We’re helping you get to the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ with extra services.
The England v Denmark game will be held at the Sydney Football Stadium, Moore Park on 28 July 2023. The event kicks off at 18:30 pm.
Important Travel Advice
- With up to 40,000 fans expected and very limited parking available in the precinct, ticketholders are urged to catch public transport and leave the car at home as significant traffic delays are expected during the busy Friday evening peak.
- Match tickets include travel on public transport and plenty of additional services will run.
- Moore Park is easily accessible by public transport with frequent light rail services running from the city and south east stopping at Moore Park, which is a short walk across from Sydney Football Stadium via Driver Avenue.
- Connect with light rail services from major CBD transport hubs including Wynyard, Town Hall and Central. Plenty of regular route buses also make stops along Anzac Parade and Oxford Street near the stadium, and express shuttle buses will also run between Central and Moore Park before and after the match.
- Alternatively, consider the 25-minute walk between Central and Moore Park via Foveaux Street or Devonshire Street and the Albert ‘Tibby’ Cotter Walkway.
Valid pre-purchased tickets to the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ football matches at Sydney Football Stadium between Sunday 23 July and Sunday 6 August 2023 include travel to and from Moore Park on the following transport services, just show your event ticket to Transport staff when boarding services:
- Sydney Trains and NSW TrainLink Intercity services (non-booked services bounded by Bomaderry, Goulburn, Bathurst, Scone and Dungog stations)
- Sydney Metro North West services
- Sydney metropolitan and outer metropolitan bus services
- Express shuttle buses between Central and Moore Park, and return
- Sydney Light Rail services
- Sydney Ferries
Remember to keep your event ticket safe for your return journey or you’ll need to use your Opal card, as you must have a valid ticket when travelling on public transport. Your match ticket is valid on transport until 4am the following day.
Volunteers, Official Suppliers and Accredited Staff with official FIFA passes also have entitlements to travel on the public transport services listed above for the FIFA Women’s World Cup between Thursday 22 June and Friday 25 August 2023.
- Sydney Metro services are high-frequency, driverless trains running between Tallawong Station and Chatswood Station.
- Metro services start from the early morning running every 10 minutes until late. Travel on metro is included in your match ticket. Change at Epping for trains to the city to connect with light rail services to Moore Park.
- The closest train stations to Sydney Football Stadium are Central and Bondi Junction.
- From Central, catch a light rail service to Moore Park leaving from Chalmers Street. Take the Devonshire Street or Elizabeth Street exit from the station to access the light rail stop.
- Alternatively, consider walking between Central and Moore Park via Devonshire Street and the Albert ‘Tibby’ Cotter Walkway.
- From Bondi Junction, catch one of the many regular route buses from the Interchange to Oxford Street to get within walking distance of the stadium.
- No trackwork is scheduled for Friday 28 July.
A number of regular route buses stop along Anzac Parade at Lang Road and Oxford Street at Paddington Town Hall – both a short walk from the stadium.
- From Circular Quay – head to Alfred Street for route 333 buses to Oxford Street
- From Wynyard or Martin Place – head to Elizabeth Street near Martin Place for route 333 buses to Oxford Street
- From Town Hall or Museum – head to Elizabeth Street or Liverpool Street for route 333 and 440 buses to Oxford Street, or route 396 from Liverpool Street to Anzac Parade
- From Central – head to Eddy Avenue for route 339 buses or to Elizabeth Street Stand E for route 374 buses, both dropping off on Anzac Parade
- From Bondi Junction Interchange – catch routes 333, 352 or 440 to Oxford Street or catch route 355 buses to Lang Road, both a short walk from the stadium.
Express shuttle buses will also run between Central and Moore Park before and after the match.
Keep in mind that both buses and light rail will be very busy so fans should consider walking between Central and Moore Park via Devonshire Street and the Albert ‘Tibby’ Cotter Walkway to minimise wait times for transport services.
- Catch one of the many ferry services to Circular Quay and change for a light rail service to Moore Park on the L2 and L3 lines. Travel on ferries is included in your match ticket.
L1 Dulwich Hill Line
- L1 Dulwich Hill Line light rail services run regularly between Central Grand Concourse and Dulwich Hill from 6am to 11pm daily, and until midnight on Fridays.
- Change at Central Grand Concourse to connect with L2 or L3 light rail services from Central Chalmers Street to Moore Park.
L2 Randwick and L3 Kingsford Lines
- L2 Randwick Line light rail services run between Circular Quay and Randwick via Central Station (Chalmers Street) and L3 Kingsford Line services run between Circular Quay and Juniors Kingsford via Central Station (Chalmers Street). Services run regularly from 5am to 1am daily.
Catch L2 or L3 light rail services to Moore Park. The Moore Park stop is located along Anzac Parade within walking distance just south of the stadium.
- Additional frequent services will run before and after the match. Queues are expected, so be patient and allow plenty of extra time particularly when leaving the stadium. Consider walking from between Moore Park and Central if services are busy