UEFA Women’s Euro 2025 tickets to go on sale in October

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Tickets are set to go on sale on October 1 for UEFA Women’s Euro 2025, which is due to be Switzerland’s biggest ticketed event since 1954 when the country staged the FIFA World Cup.

Fans will be offered more than 720,000 tickets with prices starting at CHF25 (£22/$28/€25) for the tournament scheduled from July 2 to 27 2025.

Following the 2022 edition which garnered a record-breaking total match attendance of 574,875, UEFA is aiming for 2025 to set a new global benchmark for international women’s sporting events.

A ticket launch event is due to take place on October 1 on one of Switzerland’s most famous mountain peaks, the Jungfraujoch.

Ticket prices for group stage matches will range from CHF25 to CHF40. A category three ticket for the opening match or the final will be available from CHF30 while a category one ticket is available for CHF90.

Both matches are due to be played at St. Jakob-Park in Basel which is Switzerland’s largest stadium with a capacity of 37,500.

“I do not doubt that UEFA Women’s Euro 2025 will be a great success of women’s football,” said UEFA president Aleksander Čeferin.

“Over the past years, we’ve worked hard with our national associations and partners to support this progress through strategic investments.

“We aim to further develop the women’s game for national teams, and the upcoming Women’s Euro will be a great step in the right direction. We anticipate an outstanding tournament that will create a lasting legacy in Switzerland and beyond, with fans coming to enjoy another wonderful celebration of football.”

In an attempt at holding a sustainable event, UEFA has made it so that ticket holders travelling within the host country will be able to access public transport for free.

On the matchday, tickets will be valid for a second-class return journey from any Swiss locality to the match venue.

A total of 16 teams will play in the tournament across eight host cities and 31 matches.

In addition to Basel, Bern’s Stadion Wankdorf, the Stade de Genève, Letzigrund in Zürich, St. Gallen’s Kybunpark, Swissporarena in Lucerne, Stade de Tourbillon in Sion, and Thun’s Stockhorn Arena are due to stage fixtures.

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