Tickets for Group A of the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament Paris 2024 Asian Qualifiers have gone on sale today (Tuesday), with the Australian women’s national team set to face Chinese Taipei, the Philippines and Iran in a round-robin tournament.
Single-match tickets will begin at A$20 (£10/€12/$14) for adults and A$15 for children. Family offers are also available to attract as many fans as possible to support the ‘Matildas’, with a three-day pass for all CommBank Matildas matches starting at A$162.50.
Corporate hospitality packages will be available from A$150 per person for single match day and A$435 per person for a three-day pass.
Perth is set to host the series at the 20,500-capacity HBF Park from October 23 to November 1.
The three-day passes were placed on sale today, while single-match tickets will be available through a pre-sale tomorrow (Wednesday) with general tickets going on sale from Thursday.
Premier of Western Australia, Roger Cook, said: “The festival of football in Perth will continue after the FIFA Women’s World Cup, when the eyes of the world will once again be on Western Australia as our national team, the Matildas, fight for their chance to represent Australia at the Paris Olympics 2024.
“The WA Government, through Tourism WA, is incredibly proud to support these exclusive Olympic-qualifying matches, and I look forward to cheering on the Matildas at the world-class HBF Park.
“We can’t wait to welcome back Perth-born sporting superstar and Matildas’ captain Sam Kerr alongside fellow WA hero Lydia Williams, plus stars Ellie Carpenter and Caitlin Foord, who are all sensational role models.”
James Johnson, Football Australia chief executive, added: “The Asian Qualifiers Round 2 forms an integral part of the CommBank Matildas’ journey towards their Olympic dreams at the Paris 2024 Olympics. This is an excellent opportunity for fans, both for Western Australian based fans and those from further afield to be a part of the team’s journey. We have ensured that the matches are accessible and affordable to all who want to experience quality international football.”
The Paris Olympic Games will take place from July 26 until August 11 next year.