Football fans from 25 different countries have purchased hospitality packages for the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
With four months to go, fans have already secured ticket-inclusive hospitality packages for the Women’s World Cup. Prices begin at A$250/NZ$275 (£204/$167/€154) and include a match ticket, food and drinks. Packages are still available for all 64 matches of the first-ever 32-team edition of the tournament.
“Delivering a diverse and successful commercial programme is one of FIFA’s key strategic objectives – by offering fans a variety of options to enjoy the game and by reinvesting the revenue into women’s football, we will ensure that the game achieves new heights later this year,” said FIFA secretary general Fatma Samoura.
“We are looking forward to welcoming everyone to the FIFA Women’s World Cup in July and August, and the event’s hospitality programme will cater for those fans and companies that are interested in an exclusive and wider entertaining experience.”
The official hospitality programme is delivered by Match Hospitality and includes three different options. Fans can enjoy games in the Match Private Suite, Match Club or Match Place. There are also options that allow fans to follow their team, offer seats at their ‘home’ stadium and watch the final of the tournament.
To encourage families to attend matches, there are also discounted packages for children under 16 in Match Club and Match Place.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will take place from July 20 to August 20 across 10 stadiums in nine cities in Australia and New Zealand.