Women's Super League: How to get WSL tickets ahead of the 2023/24 season
The WSL is almost back for the 2023/24 season and whether you support Tottenham, Arsenal or are new to the sport, here's how to get your hands on some tickets.
The Women's Super League is returning for another gripping season of top flight football on 1st October. Here's how you can get tickets to see the best teams battle it out for supremacy.
Now, club football is back for another year, with 12 teams primed and ready to take home the trophy.
Last year was the 12th season of the league since it formed in 2010. Highlights of the year included Chelsea's 7-0 home win against Everton and West Ham United's thrilling clash with Brighton & Hove Albion, which resulted in a score of 4–5.
Plus, on 24th September 2022, a new record WSL attendance of 47,367 was set during the Arsenal vs Tottenham match that saw Arsenal win the day 4-0.
According to Sky Sports, Kelly Simmons, director of the Women's Professional Game, said of last season: "This has unquestionably been our biggest season ever across the Barclays Women's Super League and the Barclays Women's Championship, and I have no doubt the next few months are going to be even more exciting."
So, if you're ready for even more tense battles, shocking stops, and last-gasp scores, here's how you can get tickets to see the WSL this season.
The Women's Super League is kicking off with a big match this year, click the link to get tickets to Arsenal vs Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium on 1st October.
- How does the WSL work?
- Who won the WSL in 2022/23?
- How to get tickets to the WSL
- How much do WSL tickets cost?
- How to watch WSL on TV
The WSL, officially known as the Barclays FA Women's Super League, is comprised of the top 12 English teams in women's football.
These 12 teams compete from September to May every year (although this year's start date has been pushed back to October) across 22 matches.
At the end of the season, the top three teams will receive qualification for the UEFA Women’s Champions League and the bottom team will be relegated to the FA Women’s Championship.
Last year Chelsea won the league, claiming their sixth title and making them the most successful side in the league's history. But can they do it again?
It's both easier and cheaper to access WSL tickets online than it is to find tickets for the men's Premier League, which is great news for fans of women's football.
However, we're expecting a dramatic increase in demand for tickets following The Lionesses' success, so now could be a great time to snap yours up.
Using the links below, you can shop for tickets to see Arsenal, Tottenham and any other WSL side.
Women's football tickets are significantly cheaper than men's. On average, adult tickets across the clubs cost between £8 and £10 and children's tickets range between £4 and £7.50.
Of course, if you can't make it to a match in person, then it's possible to watch WSL games from the comfort of your own home, too.
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