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Tazuni's Top 10 Tips to your best FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ experience

1. Buy your tickets before match day

All tickets to the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ must be purchased online, via

As this is a new process for many, please purchase tickets prior to match days to avoid delays outside stadium and to ensure you don’t miss out as tickets are selling fast!

2. Download FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ ticketing app prior to arrival

To access your tickets, you will need to download the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ ticketing app from the Apple Store or Google Play.

Do this before you arrive at the stadium to avoid delays. And don’t forget to make sure your phone battery is charged.

3. Take advantage of free public transport & plan your journey to the stadium

Match tickets have integrated public transport to and from stadiums on match day – just show your FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ ticket on the app when travelling.

There may be changes to your normal route so plan your journey ahead of time.

4. Check the Stadium Code of Code and Prohibited Items before you leave

To make stadiums safe and comfortable for everyone, there are restrictions in place on what fans can bring, including the size of bags.

These may be different to other events you’ve attended at the stadium, so please check before you leave.

5. Cashless stadiums, discounts with VISA

All FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ are cashless, so in order to purchase food and drinks, merchandise and more, make sure to bring a card.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ prefers VISA and by paying with VISA you will unlock a XX% discount to concessions and XX% off merchandise.

6. FIFA Fan Festival

Hamilton’s FIFA Fan Festival will run from 20-23 July at Claudelands Events Centre. Headlines include Robinson, Ella Monnery, Aacacia and Lou’ana. This free inclusive event will provide the best in music, entertainment, local culture and games. A free shuttle bus will be running to Waikato Stadium from the FIFA Fan Festival for Zambia v Japan on 22 July.

7. The Last Mile Cultural performances catered to each match will be performed outside the stadium gates for a one-of-a-kind immersive fan experience. Follow the dedicated walking route from the Hamilton CBD to the Stadium.

8. Girls With Goals Hamilton Kirikiriroa are honouring Waikato waahine, from all backgrounds, who have a goal. The 11 women featured around the city are only a few of many who have positively impacted and inspired our community. Before heading to the game grab a picture with the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ inspired structure with LED elements for a beautiful day and night-time attraction from 7 July – 10 August.

9. Get settled in - no Pass outs Once you scan into the venue, there will be no pass-outs, so you can’t leave the stadium and return.

Make sure you have everything and everyone you need before you enter.

Hamilton Host City

10. For information regarding events, where to eat and what to do in Hamilton visit


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