FIFA has opened the single ticket sales window for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, with Special Access Tickets for disabled fans also now on sale.

The FIFA Women's World Cup will kick off on 7 June 2019 in Paris, as hosts France face South Korea. The Final will be played a month later, on 7 July in Lyon.

Special Access Tickets (SATs) are a dedicated allocation of tickets available for disabled spectators. There are two types of SATs: wheelchair user places and easy-access amenity seats.

Easy-access amenity seats are available to people with limited mobility who do not use wheelchairs, or need more room to access their seats using a walking aid or crutches. Amenity seats also provide extra space for disabled people with assistance dogs. Whenever possible, these seats have minimal step-access.

Proof of Eligibility is required at point of request. Please be courteous to the other fans, and only apply for SATs if you truly require them. They are limited in number due to stadium configuration.

In order to apply for Special Access Tickets please click here to access the request form.

Upon sending your request form, you will be informed if Special Access Tickets are still available and if your Proof of Eligibility has been validated or if additional information is needed. Once your request has been validated, you will be able to apply for tickets.

Special Access Tickets are priced from €12, with disabled spectators also able to request a complimentary companion ticket when purchasing. Special Access Tickets for the Final will be priced at €30.

A full break-down of Special Access Ticket prices can be found here.

For further information on Special Access Tickets, please visit

Published 08/03/2019