United Women season tickets: Secure your seat!

Wednesday 16 August 2023 13:59

Manchester United Women supporters can now purchase season tickets for the upcoming 2023/24 campaign.

A much-anticipated term is fast approaching for Marc Skinner's side - including our stars that are shining at the World Cup - with the team looking to build on a best-ever Barclays Women's Super League (WSL) finish, while featuring in the UEFA Women's Champions League for the first time.

If you aren't already, you can now become a United Women Season-Ticket Holder, and secure your seat at every one of our home WSL games in 2023/24, including the inaugural women's Manchester derby at Old Trafford, against City in November.

Season tickets are priced at £60 for adults and £30 for concessions – this is based on a cost of £6 / £3 per home WSL fixture, with one fixture allocated free of charge.

By comparison, Official Members will pay £9 per game and non-Members £12, therefore providing Season-Ticket Holders with a saving for each match.

Prices have been increased for the upcoming campaign for the first time since the team was formed in 2018 to reflect increased operating and energy costs at Leigh Sports Village, as well as helping ensure the club can continue to compete in all competitions on a consistent basis.

Polly Bancroft, head of women’s football at Manchester United, said: "We are consistently welcoming more than 5,000 fans to Women’s Super League games at Leigh Sports Village, as well as up to 30,000 when the team plays at Old Trafford.

"These rising numbers reflect fans’ growing enthusiasm for our women’s team and, most importantly, the increasing quality of the football on show. The women’s game has changed significantly since the formation of the team, and we need to ensure there is a sustainable foundation for further growth.

"We are hugely grateful to the fans who are part of this exciting journey, and we feel confident that the revised price points still offer fantastic value to watch some of the best players in the women’s game."

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The Reds start the league season with a trip to Aston Villa on 1 October, before our first home match of the new campaign is a blockbuster meeting with Arsenal, at Leigh Sports Village seven days later (8 October, 12:00 BST).

Ahead of the term kicking off, be sure to secure your seat at that game against the Gunners and plenty more, with a United Women season ticket!