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All You Need To Know For Australia v Denmark Round Of 16 Match At Stadium Australia

Do-or-die. Win-or-go-home. Welcome to the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ Knockout Stages!

The Matildas are back at Stadium Australia on Monday 7 August (8:30pm K.O.) for their Round of 16 matchup against Denmark, having topped Group B with two wins and one loss.

Stadium Australia witnessed the Tillies’ first win of the tournament when they defeated the Republic of Ireland 1-0 on Day 1 of the tournament, a match that broke the attendance record for a Women’s game in this country.

The Danes will be formidable opponents after finishing second in Group D behind Euro Champions England, a group that also included the highly-ranked China.

All available tickets for the Australia v Denmark match (Match 53) have been sold with a capacity crowd of more than 70,000 on the way.

With a huge crowd on the way, fans are strongly encouraged to leave additional travel time and to arrive early in the precinct. Gates open at 6:30pm. All match tickets include travel to and from Olympic Park on public transport.

Top tips for Australia v Denmark:

  • Plan your travel to Sydney Olympic Park – take advantage of the fact ALL TICKETS include travel to and from Stadium Australia (Olympic Park) on all forms of public transport, including Sydney Trains and Major Event Buses.
  • Arrive Early and allow additional time for the Stadium Entry Process – this will enable you to enjoy the big game atmosphere and make the most of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ event day experience;
  • Remember that Stadium Australia is a Cashless Venue.
  • Plan your match day using FIFA’s Digital Fan Guide, including how to get to the match, what you can (and can’t) bring into the stadium and everything else to help your matchday go #BeyondGreatness™
Australia v Denmark
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FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ mobile ticketing app guide

Top tips for ticket holders:

  • Download the Ticketing App! You can download the free FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ mobile ticketing app from the Apple Store or Google Play Store in order to access your ticket(s).
  • Find your tickets under the “MY TICKETS” section in the app.
  • Share your ticket with your guests as soon as possible to avoid delays at gates.

Top tips for traffic and transport:

  • Public transport is included in your match tickets. This includes; Sydney Trains, Public Buses, Rail Services, Ferries and Major Event Buses
  • If you have not pre-booked parking at Sydney Olympic Park, DO NOT DRIVE into the precinct. Parking is SOLD-OUT.
  • Plan your trip in advance to avoid delays and plan to arrive to the Stadium early, allowing additional time for the Stadium entry process.

Top tips for entry:

  • Gates Open for Australia v Denmark at 6:30pm – we advise getting here as early as possible to avoid queues with a capacity crowd expected.
  • If you need any assistance while at the Stadium, please see any of our friendly staff or volunteers.
  • Please review the prohibited items list and Stadium Code of Conduct before heading to the match.

Top tips for food and beverage:

  • Only small quantities of non-commercially produced/packaged food items for personal consumption can be brought into the stadium.
  • Any kind of liquid or beverages procured outside of the stadium are not permitted.
  • Stadium Australia is a cashless venue
  • As the Official Payment Services Partner of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™, Visa payment products including debit, credit and mobile payments are preferred at all stadiums to pay for merchandise, food & beverage, and tickets. Cardholders will enjoy exclusive benefits when paying with Visa during the tournament.
  • For fans arriving without a Visa payment product or those that would like commemorative tournament memorabilia, the ability to purchase a FIFA-themed Visa prepaid product will be made available.

Where can you watch the game?

  • In person here at Stadium Australia if you were lucky enough to secure a ticket!
  • Watch every Matilda’s FIFA Women’s World Cup™ match live and free on 7plus or stream all matches on Optus Sport
  • With a host of other football fans at the FIFA Fan Festival™ at Tumbalong Park: 11 Harbour St, Sydney -> Google Maps 

Enjoy the big game and LET’S GO YOU TILLIES!

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FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ Kicks Off In 100 Days and Tickets Are Back On Sale!

In just 100 days, the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023™ will commence with opening games being played in both Australia and New Zealand.

Accor Stadium, which will revert to generic name Stadium Australia for the duration of the tournament, will host the CommBank Matildas’ opening night game against the Republic of Ireland on Thursday 20 July.

The Stadium will also host one game in each of the knockout-stage rounds including a Round of 16 match, a Quarter-Final, Semi-Final and the FIFA Women’s World Cup Final 2023™ on Sunday 20 August.

With today marking 100 days to go until the start of the tournament, single match passes are back on sale at

To mark the 100-day milestone, Football Australia has unveiled an impressive mosaic to commemorate a multitude of significant moments and contributions since the inception of the bold and forward-thinking Legacy ’23 plan.

Football Australia’s mosaic to commemorate the Legacy ’23 plan

The year 2023 is poised to be the most thrilling in Australian football history, with the CommBank Matildas ranked Australia’s fourth most favoured national team (source Futures Sport and Entertainment Brand Health Report December 2022) and rising participation numbers, promising a bright future for our game.

With just 100 days to go until the world unites on our shores for the largest standalone event in women’s sport, there are many achievements to celebrate in the advancement of women’s football in Australia (as represented in the mosaic) and at the same time, an opportunity to reflect on what remains to be carried out.

Since its launch in February 2021, the Legacy ’23 Plan has been instrumental in securing Federal and State funding across the five pillars for Football Australia. Notably, 79 per cent of this has been attributed to the development of elite and tournament infrastructure necessary to make the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ possible.

Despite some progress, FA says it is crucial that the nation addresses much needed improvement in community grassroots facilities. Currently, only 40 per cent of football facilities nationwide are classified as female-friendly, and the figures are even more alarming in NSW, where the number drops to 24 per cent .

Federal Minister for Sport, Anika Wells said: “In 100 days, this World Cup will change lives . . . not just for players, but for fans captivated in stadiums and for the children watching on believing they too can be great.

“The FIFA Women’s World CupTM is crucial to providing opportunities to increase football and sport participation by women and girls and we must work together to ensure this becomes reality. The Government has provided significant financial, operational and policy support to the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ to help promote cultural change through sport and ensure the tournament leaves a positive legacy for decades.”

Football Australia CEO, James Johnson said: “Our Legacy ‘23 Plan has laid the groundwork for Football Australia to leverage the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023TM and to revolutionise the future of women’s football and the way in which women and girls across the country participate in sport. 

“As we strive to become Australia’s first community sport to reach gender parity, we will continue to work collaboratively with Federal and State Governments, and our commercial partners to capitalise on the growth this event will bring to our game and to unlock further opportunities to support the country’s largest club-based participation sport.”

Australia Women’s National Football Team

Football Australia is also currently preparing a bid to host the AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2026, which is a natural step to expand on the strong platform created by the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023™.

The Last-Minute Sales Phase for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023™ will begin today, with tickets on sale from 12noon AEST, 2pm NZT, and 4am CEST at on

The Last-Minute Sales Phase will run until the end of the tournament, giving fans a chance to purchase tickets and be part of the world’s largest standalone sporting event for women. Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis and subject to availability.

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