World Cup 2018 priority window closing soon

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The hockey family priority ticketing window for the Women's World Cup closes this Monday 24th April!

With 10,000 tickets sold in the first hour, seats have been snapped up at an unprecedented rate, and the hockey family allocation has sold out for both the final and the first England pool match.

This window reward the continued support and loyalty of hockey club members and previous ticket purchasers, and we would urge those eligible to buy their tickets now if they're thinking of purchasing England tickets. Purchase links and codes have been sent via email to clubs and those eligible.

Tickets released for the Hockey Family window are limited and all remaining tickets will be available to purchase later in the year via a public ballot in August.

We hope clubs have shared the Hockey Family window ticket purchase link and bespoke club code with their members as widely as possible to give them the opportunity – these are not being sent out publicly by England Hockey but have been sent to each club. If you’re a club member, please get in touch with your club if you haven’t received the link and code.

Find out if you’re eligible for Hockey Family priority access here

Fans not eligible for priority access can register to receive ballot entry notifications at https://hwc2018.pgtb.me/mqhsD0 .

Women’s team sports events are capturing the public’s imagination at the moment with the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup this year and Netball World Cup in 2019 also hosted in England.

Official Women’s Hockey World Cup promo video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnYVGyencgw

England Hockey and the FIH will host the Women’s Hockey World Cup 2018 between 21 July and 5 August 2018. Memories of London 2012 will flood back at the event which is hosted at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and which will be broadcast to a global TV audience of over a billion.

The England and Great Britain teams’ achievements in hockey have been truly inspirational in recent years – with the historic Gold medal in Rio last year watched by 10million people in the UK, and becoming European Champions at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre in 2015. The upcoming England v Netherlands fixture sold out in minutes and it's no surprise to see the huge demand for World Cup tickets.

Women’s World Cup website launched
The Women’s Hockey World Cup 2018 website and schedule have now been released by the International Hockey Federation (FIH), and England fans can now see which matches their team will be playing in.

Click here to visit the NEW Women's World Cup 2018 website

To see the full Hockey Women’s World Cup schedule click here