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Women's World Cup tickets go on sale

Marc Serota

The 2015 Women's World Cup will be played right across the border in Canada, making it the most accessible World Cup for Americans in the next decade. That the United States is one of the world's best teams makes the tournament even more appealing, and tickets are now on sale for every single match.

FIFA has put tickets to the event on general sale, and tickets are available for every single match. Tickets can be bought for individual matches, while Stadium Passports and Stadium Half Passes are also on sale. Stadium Passports will give the holder a ticket to every match played at the venue they buy it for, while Stadium Half Passes will be for half of the matches played at the venue.

The tournament final will be played in Vancouver, and tickets are available for that match. Category 4 tickets, the cheapest available, are $50 for the match.

It is still unclear where the U.S. will play their group stage matches and what their path to the final in Vancouver will be. The draw is scheduled for December 6 in Ottawa, at which point the field will have been filled out and the Americans will know when, and where they will play. That is, of course, assuming they qualify for the World Cup, which they are heavy, heavy favorites to do in next month's CONCACAF Women's Championship.

The World Cup starts on June 6 and will be played in six venues across Canada. It will come to a close on June 5, when a world champion will be crowned in Vancouver.