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    Posted: 12 Oct 2022 at 10:14am
The draw for the Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 will take place in NZ on Saturday the 22nd at 07:30 Irish time.  Individual match tickets go on sale on 1st of November, with a priority sale to Visa Card holders from 25th of October.

So, anybody else seriously considering going?

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A step too far for us cash wise . 
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A step too far for us cash wise . 

They would probably lose at match at some point Murph so you wouldn’t enjoy yourself anyway 😀
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Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

A step too far for us cash wise . 

They would probably lose at match at some point Murph so you wouldn’t enjoy yourself anyway 😀
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Hopefully the massive Irish population over in Australia and NZ snap up tickets so we have good support over there.
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What time will the matches be on Irish time? I can remember some early starts for the rugby World Cup in New Zealand and obviously 2002.
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What time will the matches be on Irish time? I can remember some early starts for the rugby World Cup in New Zealand and obviously 2002.
Yeah even evening kickoffs in Oz/NZ are early starts for irish viewers. With games starting al through the day over tehre, it'll be all through the night over here.

The US being a big player in this fotball wise and viewing wise, will dictate a lot too, they won't be making it any easier for European viewers
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First post on here in years. Living in Melbourne the past four years. Absolutely buzzing for the women. Will go to the Australian based matches at least. Will be massive support in Sydney and Melbourne. Was always a massive contingent of Irish here but really has exploded in the last 6 months with border restrictions lifted. 
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Originally posted by KING-CON KING-CON wrote:

What time will the matches be on Irish time? I can remember some early starts for the rugby World Cup in New Zealand and obviously 2002.

NZ is 12 hrs ahead so will most likely be early morning.

As you said Rugby World Cup game in 2011 were on at 3am, 6am and 9am our time I believe 
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Originally posted by Gabrieléire Gabrieléire wrote:

First post on here in years. Living in Melbourne the past four years. Absolutely buzzing for the women. Will go to the Australian based matches at least. Will be massive support in Sydney and Melbourne. Was always a massive contingent of Irish here but really has exploded in the last 6 months with border restrictions lifted. 
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The groups are divided between Aus and NZ based so I'm hoping they end up in one of the Oz based groups for the support it'd bring.
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All the Aus groups seem to have one game in Perth. So could be a late morning or even early afternoon KO our time if we get lucky and are one of the teams to play there

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Originally posted by newrynyuk newrynyuk wrote:

The draw for the Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 will take place in NZ on Saturday the 22nd at 07:30 Irish time.  Individual match tickets go on sale on 1st of November, with a priority sale to Visa Card holders from 25th of October.

So, anybody else seriously considering going?

Do you know if you need a code for the pre-sale or is its just a visa card needed at checkout?
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Those tickets will be in neutral areas, why don’t you wait until next month when the Irish section tickets go on sale?

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Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Those tickets will be in neutral areas, why don’t you wait until next month when the Irish section tickets go on sale?

Thanks- there was no mention of this on the FIFA site.
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Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Those tickets will be in neutral areas, why don’t you wait until next month when the Irish section tickets go on sale?


Surely it would be a good if Ireland fans bought up as many of the neutral tickets as possible, particularly when we're playing the host nation?


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And leave the dedicated Irish section empty or sparsely occupied? It would be much better to have a decent noisy Irish section as opposed to everyone being spread out and I'm sure the team would love it as well. 

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Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

And leave the dedicated Irish section empty or sparsely occupied? It would be much better to have a decent noisy Irish section as opposed to everyone being spread out and I'm sure the team would love it as well. 


I get your point. Will be plenty of Irish demand for these tickets given its in Sydney. Maybe the best approach is to share the likes of the neutral application details all over Irish Australian Facebook sites etc. I'm conscious that a lot of the more casual Australian based fans will only look for tickets when it's too late. If they're informed in advance; they might buy them up. 
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