FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ ticket passes enter general sales window

  • FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ ticket passes are now on sale to all cardholders

  • One Stadium Super Passes and One Stadium Flexi Passes provide local and international fans with the opportunity to lock in seats at multiple matches

  • FIFA Chief Women’s Football Officer, Sarai Bareman, recognises a strong early appetite for tickets

Fans in Australia, Aotearoa New Zealand, and across the globe can now access ticket packages for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, with the general sales phase for One Stadium Super Passes and One Stadium Flexi Passes available from

Following a successful start to tournament ticket sales which saw VISA cardholders gain first access to ticket packages via a VISA Pre-Sale, supporters with all cards can now secure seats ahead of what will be the largest FIFA Women’s World Cup in history.

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One Stadium Super Passes provide fans with a ticket to every match at a chosen Stadium throughout the tournament, and are a great option for supporters eager to take in every minute of thrilling match play in one of the tournament’s ten match Stadiums.

One Stadium Flexi Passes provides supporters access to a ticket to a pre-determined match at a Stadium of their choice, plus up to two additional matches throughout the tournament.

FIFA Chief Women’s Football Officer, Sarai Bareman, is currently in Sydney/Gadigal meeting with tournament management and staff prior to travelling to Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau for next week’s FIFA Women’s World Cup Draw at the Aotea Centre.

Bareman said there is a genuine “appetite” amongst fans locally and globally to lock in tickets for the first-ever FIFA tournament to be co-hosted by two nations from different Confederations.

“On the first day of the VISA Pre-Sale we sold more tickets than in the entire first week when we released for France 2019,” Bareman said. “That is a big indicator that the appetite is 100 per cent there, and that’s without even having the Draw.”

“For me being a New Zealander and having grown up in the region, I find it amazing that the whole world is going to be able to come down and see two incredible countries and experience a Women’s World Cup.”

Home Team Passes will also be on sale through the current general sales window, providing registered supporters of the Matildas (Australia) and Football Ferns (New Zealand) with the opportunity to follow their nation throughout the group phase.

Australia will play their group matches in Sydney/Gadigal, Brisbane/Meaanjin, and Melbourne/Naarm, while New Zealand will make history when they take the pitch in Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau, Wellington/Te Whanganui-a-Tara, and Dunedin/Ōtepoti. The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will be accessible and affordable for all, with family-friendly ticket packages available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Passes in this phase of sales are available until 21 October, with further ticketing information available here.

Switzerland and the Republic of Ireland became the latest nations to book a berth at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 on Tuesday evening (CET) when they qualified via UEFA’s Play-Off system.

The final three places at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will be determined in February next year when the inaugural Play-Off Tournament is held in Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau and Hamilton/Kirikiriroa in Aotearoa New Zealand. Ten teams will compete for the final three slots, with every FIFA Confederation represented in the Play-Off Tournament.

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This article was originally published on the CommBank Matildas website.