WRWC 2017 Tickets

Tickets are now only available for the Women's Rugby World Cup 2017 semi-finals and finals days in Belfast on 22 and 26 August.

Click here to buy tickets via Ticketmaster

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.

Click here for ticketing policy for Queen's University Belfast and here for the Kingspan Stadium

Before then 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 ticketing policy for UCD Bowl and Billings Park 

Ticket Exchange plan

In order to help meet demand from any fans who missed the opportunity to purchase tickets for the pool stages, Ticket Exchange will be in operation for the WRWC match days taking place in UCD.  If a ticket holder is leaving after the first or second game and will not return for the remaining match(es), that ticket holder can hand their ticket and wristband to a Ticket Exchange volunteer outside the stadium gate who will make the ticket available for sale to another fan*.

The first 300 ticket holders to return their ticket on each match day will receive a small gift and the profits of all re-sold tickets will be donated to the IRFU Charitable Trust, which assists severely injured rugby players in their day-to-day lives.

These games are sold out; Ticket Exchange allows other fans to attend the later games on your ticket and helps to raise funds and awareness for a good cause at the same time.

* The extent of the take-up of Ticket Exchange, if any, and therefore the number of tickets which may be available for re-sale on a given match day, will be entirely dependent on the intentions of the original ticket holders on a given day. If/when any tickets become available for re-sale on any match day, announcements will be made in the fanzone, on social media, and/or through other media as deemed appropriate.