“The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011 will be a milestone in the history of the game. The Local Organizing Committee has launched many initiatives and, once you start selling tickets, will give fans around the world to attend a tournament that will undoubtedly be unforgettable,” said FIFA General Secretary Jérôme Valcke.
Apart from the specific site of the competition on FIFA.com, fans can also purchase tickets by phone. The maximum number of tickets per customer is 6 series and 20 municipal entries loose. All prices include taxes, fees for advance sales and management costs. Also, give the right to use the local public transport on match day.
The Organizing Committee will release the tickets for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011 when it was exactly 604 days to the kick-off the first match to be held on 26 June 2011 in Berlin. This will begin the first phase of sales, which runs until 31 January 2010. This phase will be sold exclusively so-called “city series”, (city series referred to people living near by the host city) which entitles the holders to attend the four games.
One million tickets for the 32 matches that were staged in the nine host cities (Augsburg, Berlin, Bochum, Dresden, Frankfurt, Leverkusen, Moenchengladbach, Sinsheim and Wolfsburg) of whom 700,000 will be made available without restrictions. Half of these entries, a total of 350,000, will have attractive discounts and will be specifically aimed at families, clubs, school groups, neighbors and fans of the host cities.
The municipal series category four, including four games, are available from 30 Euros in Sinsheim and Bochum. The aim of these popular prices is that viewers can enjoy live football at an affordable price.
The second phase of sales, which will take place between 17 February and 30 June 2010, will be directed exclusively to the groups formed by teams and school groups. The formula for the so called “twenty 11” entries, which will be available only in category four, is simple: each team “composed of at least eleven” members “will receive a discount of 20%.”
Tickets for games, especially for the opening match in Berlin, the final and the parties represented in Germany, will go on sale on 1 August 2010. The cheapest ticket for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011 will cost ten Euros, and the most expensive, to witness the final in Frankfurt, worth 200 Euros.