WRWC 2017 Tickets
The world's top players will compete in their respective pools with matches taking place across two venues in University College, Dublin (UCD Bowl and Billings Park), on 9, 13 and 17 August.
Defending champions England will kick-off the tournament in the UCD Bowl at 14:00 on Wednesday 9 August when they meet Pool B rivals Spain before New Zealand take on Wales in the opening game of Pool A at 14:45 in Billings Park. Hosts Ireland get Pool C underway when they welcome Australia to the UCD Bowl at 19:00 and the first day of competition will come to a close when France play Japan in Billings Park at 19:45.
Click here for the full match schedule.
The cost of admission represents remarkable value for money with day tickets for each of the three pool days starting at just €5 for schoolchildren and €10 for adults (for Billings Park), while day tickets for the UCD Bowl start at just €10 for schoolchildren and €15 for adults. Family tickets (two adults and two children) start from just €25 for Billings Park and €40 for the UCD Bowl, per day.
Click here for ticketing policy for UCD Bowl and Billings Park
Finals day on 26 August will feature three matches, including the final, third-place play-off and one ranking game, with tickets starting from just £10 for children, £15 for adults and £45 for families (two adults and two children). Semi-finals day on 22 August will also consist of three games with tickets priced from £7 for children, £12 for adults and £36 for families.
Are you interested in being involved in the event as a volunteer? It is a great way to support women’s rugby and it will be a wonderful experience to be part of the event in Ireland. The volunteer recruitment will start later this year so let us know on the form below if you are interested.
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