Women's World Cup 2018 ticket launch details

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The England and Great Britain teams’ achievements in hockey have been truly inspirational in recent years – with the historic Gold medal in Rio last year and becoming European Champions on home turf in 2015.

The 10 million people tuning into the Olympic Final will never forget Hollie Webb slotting the winning goal in Rio, nor will fans forget Maddie Hinch’s save in 2015 to send the home crowd into hysterics. These events have elevated the sport to previously unseen levels of public interest.

The 2018 Women's Hockey World Cup will be hosted in London and provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get behind the England again on the biggest stage in hockey, as they aim to become World Champions.

A Hockey Family ticket window will offer past ticket purchasers and hockey club members a chance to buy a limited capacity of tickets before they are on sale to the general public later in the year via a ballot in August. England’s recent fixture with the Netherlands sold out within hours of going on sale, and demand for England’s World Cup tickets will be extremely high, with matches expected to sell out very quickly.

For more information about the event and the options available to purchase tickets, visit the NEW Women's Hockey World Cup 2018 website

Hockey Family priority window rewards loyal fans and club members

We’re proud to say that our existing international fans and hockey club members are incredibly important to us and will have the opportunity to secure tickets ahead of the general public. We want more hockey players to come and cheer on their nation. There will be a limited capacity available in this window.

Clubs and past purchasers will receive a unique code to purchase tickets which they can share with their members. It is up to the club to do this and tickets will be sold on a first-come first-served basis, so if you’re a hockey club member, speak to your club committee to ensure you get the opportunity to buy!

To understand more about how it works, visit our World Cup Hockey Family page.

Every game matters. England tickets will sell out so don’t be the one missing out – be there making memories with the team. Every voice, every cheer, every fan counts - you can be the difference.

Public ballot

On 19 August 2016, the women’s Olympic final sparked the start of something magical. The anniversary of this date marks the date that our public ticket ballot will launch. We are running a ballot to ensure everyone has a chance to buy England tickets, which are expected to sell out.

You can ensure you get updates about the ballot by signing up to our tickets newsletter at newsletters@englandhockey.co.uk

VIP tickets and hospitality

The will also be premium hospitality and VIP tickets available offering the opportunity go to the World Cup in style. They’re brilliant experiences for friends and family, where you can soak up the special pre-match atmosphere whilst listening to coach insight, team announcements and meeting players from the world of hockey, before taking your seat to watch every goal, every tackle and every piece of history made on the pitch.

Premium/VIP tickets will sell out – register your interest with us by contacting Matt Baddeley on hospitality@englandhockey.co.uk or 01628 897522 to ensure you and your friends and family don’t miss out. We will also have hospitality geared towards corporate entertainment.

The venue

The first time to ever be hosted by England, this is going to be the biggest hockey event the United Kingdom will have ever seen. Located at the home of hockey, Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London will welcome 16 world-class nations from across the globe.

Partnership opportunities available

The Women’s World Cup 2018 has a number of sponsorship and partnerships available including Title Sponsor. It is an exciting time for women’s team sport in the public eye and this event is one of the best platforms available to align with women’s sport. To find out more about the opportunities contact Graham Swanson on graham.swanson@englandhockey.co.uk or 07590183304.