For the first time ever, Australia and New Zealand will host the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup™ beginning on Thursday 20 July 2023. The best players around the globe will take centre stage with 64 matches to be played across 9 cities.
Adelaide will host 5 matches headlined by games featuring Brazil and England, as well as a Round 16 knockout match. All matches will be played at Hindmarsh Stadium starting on Monday 24 July to Tuesday 8 August 2023.
FREE travel will be available for all attendees with a valid match day ticket on all Adelaide Metro bus, train and tram services. Accredited staff of the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ can also travel for FREE on all services from Tuesday 4 July to Sunday 13 August 2023.
Free Public Transport
FREE travel to Hindmarsh Stadium will be available for all attendees with a valid match day ticket on all Adelaide Metro bus, train and tram services.
Additional bus services will operate before and after each match at Hindmarsh Stadium during the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup™.
A dedicated FWWC bus shuttle will operate to and from the FIFA Fan Festival™ hub at Festival Plaza, King William Road to Hindmarsh Stadium.
These services will operate at a high frequency approximately four hours before the match and one hour after the final whistle.
FWWC shuttle stops include:
- Stop D1 Currie Street
- Stop, E1 Currie Street
- Stop G2 Grenfell Street
- Stop X1 Pulteney Street
- Temporary Stop King William Road (adjacent the FIFA Fan Festival™ hub at Festival Plaza)
- Stop 5 Port Road – North side (adjacent The Gov)
Additional train services will operate after each match, with Bowden Railway Station 850m walk to Hindmarsh Stadium.
- Outer Harbor
Additional tram services will operate before and after each match at Hindmarsh Stadium during the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup™.
The Glenelg and Botanic routes both stop at the Entertainment Centre Tram Stop, which is a 650m walk to Hindmarsh Stadium.
Source: Adelaide Metro