FIFA announced tickets go on sale for the 2023 Women’s World Cup on Oct. 6. The tournament, hosted by Australia and New Zealand, takes place next summer. Next year’s World Cup will be the ninth iteration of the competition. It is the first in the history of the tournament to take place in the southern hemisphere.

FIFA’s Chief Women’s Football Officer, Sarai Bareman, was thrilled with the announcement. “As qualification reaches its final stages ahead of next month’s Draw in New Zealand, we are excited to reveal ticketing details for the tournament today, including when fans will get the first chance to secure their seat at next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup,” claimed Bareman.

Visa cardholders will have priority access to the tickets. These customers essentially have first dibs for multi-match packages beginning on October 6th. This priority access for people with Visa credit/debit cards runs until October 12th. Fans without Visa cards can purchase World Cup multi-match tickets starting on October 13th.

2023 Women’s World Cup tickets on sale in early October

Single game tickets will then go on sale after the official World Cup draw is made on October 22nd. Much like the multi-match packages, Visa cardholders will also have first access to single match tickets on October 25th. Customers not using Visa cards can buy single game tickets on November 1st.

Prices for single game tickets approximately start at $13 for adults and $6.50 for children. Tickets will be sold at a first-come first-served basis.

The 2023 Women’s World Cup will bring a series of fresh ideas to the competition. “As the first FIFA Women’s World Cup to be held in the southern hemisphere and the first-ever edition to feature 32 teams, the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 will truly be a tournament of firsts, providing an important platform to inspire fans and create a new generation of role models through football,” stated FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura.