Tickets will sell fast. Take action.
With the Hockey Family Window completely sold out and now closed, there remain two more ways for fans to secure tickets to the Hockey Women’s World Cup in London during 2018.
1. Public ballot
2. General Sale
Public ballot window: Opening 19 August 2017, 09:00 BST
Demand for this event is anticipated to be incredibly high so to ensure as many people as possible have a chance of getting tickets, we will be running a public ballot window between 19 August – 6 September 2017.
To have the best chance of securing your preferred tickets
All people who have pre-registered for the ballot will be sent an email on the 19 August 2017 with a link through to the ticket ballot where they can select the matches they wish to attend. For more detail about the pubic ballot
We will be releasing all remaining tickets for general sale. The date for this is still to be confirmed. At this current time, the only way to secure tickets is to pre-register for the public ballot opening on the 19 August 2017.
Tickets are available in 3 price bands based on the location of the seat – category A, B and C. A ticket secures access for sessions containing 2 matches. Please refer to seating chart at the bottom of the page.
We are pleased to offer U18 prices for all sessions, with some sessions starting at just £1. A family of 4 can see hosts England from £76.
All hockey events hosted by England Hockey are very family friendly with lots on offer for children. We have also introduced a stand (the South stand) for people who prefer a few drinks with friends rather than a family affair!
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If a session sells out, you can register your interest in hospitality tickets and watch the games in style – email firstname.lastname@example.org to register, or call Matt Baddeley on +44 (0)1628 897522.
Got any questions? Check out our page.
To keep up-to date with information about the Public Ballot,.
This is an indicative seating plan and please be aware that due to stadium configuration some blocks may not be exactly as they appear.