How much do Women's Super League tickets cost?

Women's Super League tickets
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Unlike the Premier League, Women's Super League tickets tend to be relatively cheap and easy to get hold of. Sides will rarely, if ever, charge more than £10 for a ticket and there tends to be a variety of discounted ticket options available. However, when sides play at their main stadiums, tickets can be more expensive, but are still likely to cost not more than £20.

Most Women's Super League clubs play at small grounds which will often allow you to buy tickets at the door too. However, these tickets on the door will often cost a little bit more so it can be better to buy them in advance. 

Season tickets in the Women's Super League are also very cheap with clubs tending to charge around £60. Some teams like Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham have sold out their season tickets, but they are still on sale for many other sides in the league. 

Reading and West Ham have the most expensive Women's Super League tickets with both selling their adult tickets for £12. Manchester United meanwhile offer the cheapest Women's Super League tickets with an adult getting into the Leigh Sports Village for just £6.

Almost all of the WSL clubs offer children's tickets for around half the price of an adult's ticket.

Women's Super League ticket prices

  • Arsenal - £8 adults, £4 children
  • Aston Villa - £10 adults, £7.50 children
  • Brighton - £8-10 adults, £4-5 children
  • Chelsea - £9 adults, £1 children
  • Everton - £8 adults, £4 children
  • Leicester City - £8 adults, £4 children
  • Liverpool - £6 adults, £4.50 children
  • Manchester City - £9 adults, £4 children
  • Manchester United - £6 adults, £3 children
  • Reading - £12 adults, £4 children
  • Tottenham - £7 adults, £3.50 children
  • West Ham - £12 adults, £5 children

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Jessy Parker Humphreys is a freelance women's football writer. A Chelsea fan, Jessy has been following the women's game since being taken to the 2003/04 FA Cup final at Loftus Road and seeing Arsenal thrash Jessy's local side Charlton. Fortunately, Arsenal don't win quite as much as they used to – although Jessy hopes Charlton will also be back at the top of the women's game one day.