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Published: Thursday 14 February 2013, 11.33CET
Matches will be played in seven venues.
The ticket launch at Friends Arena, Solna ©Bildbyrån
Published: Thursday 14 February 2013, 11.33CET


Matches will be played in seven venues.

Supporters can buy tickets via the UEFA Women's EURO 2013 ticket portal up from 12.00CET on 14 February until kick-off on the day of the selected match, provided they do not sell out. Tickets can also be purchased from Ticnet agencies and from the ticketing offices at the seven match venues in Sweden – in Gothenburg, Halmstad, Vaxjo, Kalmar, Norrkoping, Linkoping and Solna.

Ticketing portal

Fans will have the opportunity of buying a maximum of six tickets per game, with UEFA Women's EURO 2013 consisting of 25 matches contested by 12 teams: Sweden, Italy, Denmark, Finland (Group A); Germany, Norway, Netherlands, Iceland (Group B), France, England, Russia and Spain (Group C).

Full schedule

• Ticket prices

Individual games
Category 1: SEK (Swedish krona) 200 per ticket (approx €23)
Category 2: SEK 150 per ticket (approx €17)
Category 3: SEK 100 per ticket (approx €11.50)
Youth (up to 16 years): SEK 50 per ticket (approx €5.75)
Sold via stadiums, internet, retailers in host cities and the number listed below

Follow your team (all 3 group games for 1 team)
Category 1: SEK 450 (approx €52)
Category 2: SEK 335 (approx €39)
Category 3: SEK 225 (approx €26)

All prices are inclusive of administrative fees and VAT.
Price for posting tickets: SEK 15 per order
Euro prices for information only

Wheelchair tickets
A limited number of wheelchair seating places will be available for those unable to attend a match without using a wheelchair. An additional complimentary ticket will be provided for the accompanying person.

To apply, contact the relevant stadium ticket office or the Ticnet AB call centre (telephone: +46 (0) 77 170 70 70). Please see the frequently asked questions document for more information.

All tickets will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Each applicant may apply for a maximum of six tickets per match in one price category. Ticket packages for larger groups can be purchased by visiting Ticnet at /913292 or phoning their call centre: +46 (0) 77 170 70 70.

For further ticketing information, please refer to the frequently asked questions (FAQ) document.

• Sales channels (from 12.00CET)

Online ticket portal: – Open until kick-off of selected match

Ticnet agencies: Open until day of final – see for locations and opening hours.

Stadium ticket offices: See for locations and opening hours.

Ticnet AB call centre: +46 (0) 77 170 70 70

Each applicant can apply for a maximum of six tickets per game in one price category. Should you wish to purchase tickets for a larger group (more than six people), contact the Ticnet AB call centre or any of the ticket offices at the respective stadiums.

Customer service

Any information requests should be addressed to the customer service representative appointed by the Swedish Football Association (SvFF) for the ticketing process for UEFA Women's EURO 2013:

Phone: Ticnet AB (English and Swedish spoken).

Within Sweden: 077 170 70 70
Outside Sweden: +46 (0) 77 170 70 70

Working hours: 08.00–20.00CET Monday to Friday

Terms and Conditions
All applicants are bound by the 2011–13 UEFA European Women's Championship ticketing Terms and Conditions. These are available on and via

Ticketing portal

Last updated: 03/04/13 18.17CET