2023 Women's World Cup tickets

Compare the prices and buy your tickets for a 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup matches. The 8th edition of the competition will take place in New-Zealand and Australia in 2023

The list of contenders for the world title is long. Alongside the USA, current World Champions, France, Australia, Brazil, Sweden, Japan, and the Netherlands are all willing to win it. Come support your team or just discover the best of women’s football in action in the southern hemisphere .

Compare and buy Womens World Cup football tickets online

Check out the list of Womens World Cup football matches and compare ticket prices for a top football match in Australia or New-Zealand.

Women's World Cup logo 2022 Women's World Cup Final

Sunday 16 July 
Compare ticket prices for Women's World Cup : Finalist 1 - Finalist 2 on Sunday 16 July in Sydney. Finalist 1 Finalist 2
Sydney, ​​Stadium Australia
Edwin Flack Ave, Sydney Olympic Park
NSW2127
2023 Womens World Cup final

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The stadiums and host cities of the 2023 Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand

The 2023 Women's World Cup will be held in 12 stadiums, spread between the 2 countries.

  • Stadium Australia (capacity: 70000), Sydney, Australia
  • Sydney Football Stadium (45512), Sydney, Australia
  • Newcastle International Sports Center (25945), Newcastle, Australia
  • Perth Oval (22225), Perth, Australia
  • Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (30052), Melbourne, Australia
  • Hindmarsh Stadium (20000), Adélaïde, Australia
  • Lang Park (52263), Brisbane, Australia
  • York Park (22065), Launceston, Australia
  • Wellington Regional Stadium (39000), Wellington, New-Zealand
  • Eden Park (48276), Auckland, New-Zealand
  • Waikato Stadium (25111), Hamilton, New-Zealand
  • Dunedin Stadium (28744), Dunedin, New-Zealand
  • Rugby League Park (22556), Christchurch, New-Zealand

If you are in the southern hemisphere in June / July 2023, this is an opportunity to watch the best women's football teams play the beautiful gam. Buy your tickets online now for a 2023 Women's World Cup match in Australia and New Zealand.


Womens Football World Cup awards

The first ever edition of the Womens football World Cup was held un China back in 1991. Only 4 nations have managed to lift the trophy, with the USA, four-time World Champions (1991, 1999, 2015, 2019), bagging half the trophies of the first 8 editions.

Ranking of the most titled nations at the Womens World Cup

  1. 4 titles: USA (1991, 1999, 2015 et 2019)
  2. 2 titles: Germany (2003 et 2007)
  3. 1 title
    • Japan (2011)
    • Norway (1995)

Womens World Cup Winners per year

  • France 2019: USA, Netherlands, Sweden
  • Canada 2015: USA, Japan, England
  • Germany 2011: Japan, USA, Sweden
  • Chine 2007: Germany, Brazil, USA
  • USA 2003: Germany, Sweden, USA
  • USA 1999: USA, China, Brazil
  • Sweden 1995: Norway, Germany, USA
  • Chine 1991: USA, Norway, Sweden