The FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ has come to an end after 52 matches played over 30 days. With 24 team playing in this final competition, this was the biggest and the longest FIFA Women’s World Cup ever.
Other records have fallen along the way. Canada 2015 set a new total attendance record for a FIFA competition other than the FIFA World Cup™. The total attendance was more than 1.35 million (with an... [Read more]
Many supporters are expected for the semi-finals match of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 facing Germany to USA on Tuesday June 30, at the Olympic Stadium. The Montreal organizing committee advises supporters to arrive early on site to facilitate the flow.
All ticket holders are invited to the Fan Zone from 16h on the Esplanade of the Olympic Park.
The doors will open three hours... [Read more]
Germany will face off against France in Montreal on Friday for the quarter finals of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™. Everybody at the stadium for this promising match!
Section for France supporters: 105 & 107
Section for Germany supporters: 108
When? Friday June 26 at 4pm
Where? Olympic Stadium
How to buy tickets with the 50% discount
Deadline:... [Read more]
The round of 16 of the competition begins this weekend, and the Olympic Stadium will host a promising match between France and Korea Republic on Sunday.
Come to support your favorite team on Sunday June 21st at 4pm!
The Fan Zone will be open from 2 pm to 4 pm on the Esplanade.
For tickets, click here
Many supporters are expected in the decisive match of the Canadian women’s soccer team against the Netherlands at the Olympic Stadium on Monday, June 15 at 7:30 pm. The organizing committee for the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Montreal advises supporters to arrive early on site to facilitate the entry of spectators given the expected large crowds.
All ticket holders will be invited in... [Read more]
A program of live entertainment filled with a flavour of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ will be presented to the football fans from all ages who will participate in the festivities of the Montreal Fan Zone.
Different concerts will be presented in the Montreal Fan Zone on match days. The Fan Zone will also offer activities for all ages including interactive displays,... [Read more]
NAME : Denis Coderre
POSITION : Mayor of the City of Montreal
STRONG POINT: He tweets faster than his shadow
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Often attending the different matches at the stadium and number one fan of Montreal’s sports teams, Mayor Denis Coderre is inviting you to the Olympic Stadium this summer for the FIFA Women’s World Cup FIFA Canada 2015™! The City of Montreal is proud to host a... [Read more]
France will face off against Mexico on Wednesday June 17 at Lansdowne Stadium, in Ottawa, for its third match of the Group Phase. If the team takes the first rank of the group, France will be at the Olympic Stadium for the Round of 16 and, if everything goes well, the quarter final and the semi-finals. These would be great opportunities for the team to play in front of the French... [Read more]
Soccer fans can now buy individual match tickets for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ onsite at the Olympic Stadium box office.
Tickets start from just $22.50 and can be purchased in person at the box office inside the rotunda of the Olympic Stadium, located at 4545 Pierre-De Coubertin in Montreal.
The competition will start in Montreal with a doubleheader on... [Read more]
More than 50 soccer clubs across Canada have been selected to participate in the FIFA Youth Programme at this summer’s highly anticipated FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™. The Youth Programme highlights the importance FIFA places on enabling children to connect with the sport from an early age by inviting them to... [Read more]