The U.S. Women’s National Team defeated Jamaica, 6-0 on Oct. 14, 2018, in the semifinal of the 2018 Concacaf Women’s Championship to earn a berth to the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France next summer.
The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cupwill mark the eighth consecutive World Cup appearance for the USA, which has participated in every World Cup that has been contested, lifting the trophy in 1991, 1999 and 2015.
If you are planning a trip to France next summer, or would like more information, here’s everything you need to know right now about supporting the USA as they pursue a fourth star.
TICKETS, FAN EVENTS & TRAVEL INFORMATION
Are you interested in coming along on our journey through France? Then make sure you visit our FAN HUB where you can stay up-to-date on the latest information about when tickets are going on sale and purchasing options. In the FAN HUB , you can also learn more about fan events taking place in France, as well as travel information.
There are two options for tickets that will be available for purchase in the FAN HUB : The “Follow My Team” package and the Individual Match Tickets. If you sign up to receive information, U.S. Soccer will keep you up to date on sale dates for tickets as well as any important news that fans need to know.
The Venue Tickets Package will go on sale through FIFA on October 19, but the USA will not know its first round venues until the Final Draw which is taking place on Dec. 8 in Paris.
Please note that while tickets will available on a first come, first serve basis, U.S. Soccer Circle members and Members will have early access to purchase tickets in the U.S. Soccer allotment. Circle members supporting the U.S. Soccer Development Fund will have first access to tickets, followed by U.S. Soccer members, and then the general public. Learn more about Circles here or becoming a U.S. Soccer member here. Information about VIP & Travel Programs with the U.S. Soccer Patrons Program to France can be found here.
The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Final Draw will take place on December 8 at La Seine Musicale, a music and performing arts center in Boulogne-Billancourt located in the western suburbs of Paris. At the draw, the USA will learn its three group opponents as well as the cities in which it will play.
There are nine cities that will play host to matches during the World Cup: Grenoble, Le Havre, Lyon, Montpellier, Nice, Paris, Reims, Rennes, and Valenciennes. The opening match will take place in Paris on June 7, while the Semifinals (July 2-3) and the Final (July 7) will take place in Lyon.
The Women’s World Cup will be held from June 7-July 7 in nine cities in France, and while all the teams will not learn their potential paths to Lyon until after the Draw, the schedule of matches, dates and venues is currently available here:
OFFICIAL!— FIFA Women's World Cup 🇫🇷(@FIFAWWC) February 8, 2018
Opening match in Paris, semi-finals and final in Lyon.
All you want to know is in the #FIFAWWC🇫🇷schedule.
Le calendrier officiel de la Coupe du Monde Féminine France🇫🇷2019 a été dévoilé.
Match d’ouverture à Paris, 1/2 finales et finale à Lyon.
Retrouvez-le ici ! pic.twitter.com/VHuBicv5Q0
So far, 23 countries have qualified for the World Cup. This will be the second World Cup with 24 nations, up from 16 that participated in the 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2011 tournaments. The qualified nations so far are:
- France (host)
- China PR
- Korea Republic
- South Africa
Still left to determine is one berth between Fiji-New Zealand at the OFC Women’s Nations Cup taking place in New Caledonia.