Tournament of Nations Tickets

The Tournament of Nations tickets are on sale and soccer fans are looking forward to seeing four of the best women's soccer nations in the world square off. The latest edition of the Tournament of Nations is back and you can watch all the action as it takes place live. The games will be played in three venues and all three are expected to be packed to their capacity when the action kicks off. If the 2017 edition was anything to go by, then fans are in for another cracking game of women's soccer. If you are a soccer fan, then book your Tournament of Nations Women's tickets and watch every second of the action live.

The Tournament of Nations is back! Get ready to see some pulsating soccer encounters between four big soccer nations. Will we see a new winner this year or will Australia be able to defend its crown successfully?

The First Tournament of Nations

The very first Tournament of Nations was held in the year 2017. Yes, it is a friendly competition but the action is anything but friendly. The tournament was held in the US between July 27 and August 3, 2017. The four teams that took part in the event were Australia, Brazil, Japan and the United States.

Games were held in three venues which were the CenturyLink Field, the Qualcomm Stadium and the StubHub Center. It all kicked off with a game between Brazil and Japan and that ended as a 1-1 draw. The entire tournament was a high scoring affair with twenty six goals being scored in six games.

Samantha Kerr from Australia was the tournament's leading goal scorer with four goals and she was instrumental in helping Australia win the 2017 Tournament of Nations. Aussies ended the tournament with nine points and were the only unbeaten side.

The Teams Profiles


Australian women's soccer has come a long way since its beginning in the 1970s.  They played their first official game on October 6, 1979 against their neighbors New Zealand and the match ended in a 2-2 draw. Australia went to number four on the FIFA rankings in December 2017 which was their best position ever on the table.

They have made six appearances in the World Cup and three quarterfinal finishes have been their best showing at the tournament. They have also played in seven Oceania Cups and have won it thrice – 1994, 1998 and 2003. Australia also won the Asian Cup in 2010.


Team Brazil is a women's soccer powerhouse. They reached number four on the FIFA World Rankings in December 2017 which was their best position. The A Selecao played their first official match on July 22, 1986 against the United States and recorded their biggest win against Bolivia on January 18, 1995 when they won 15-0. They have played in seven World Cups and finished runners up in 2007. They have also won six Copa America titles in seven attempts.


Japan went to number three on the FIFA World Rankings in December 2011 and played their first ever game against Chinese Taipei on June 7, 1981. They beat Guam 21-0 on December 5, 1997 to record their biggest ever win to date. Like Brazil, Japan has played in seven World Cups too. They won the biggest event in international women's soccer in 2011. They have also taken part in nineteen Asian Cups and have ended up as winners on two occasions; 2014 and 2018.

The United States of America

The US is arguably the most dominant force in international women's soccer. They have topped the FIFA World Ranking on several occasions over the years. The lowest they have gone in the rankings is to the second position and that just goes to show how dominant they have been.

The US women's soccer side played its first official game against Italy on August 18, 1985. They have made seven World Cup appearances and have won three titles. They have also clinched four Olympic Gold Medals. Team US has also made seven appearances in the CONCACAF Championship and Gold Cup and they have won the tournament an incredible seven times.

The 2018 Tournament of Nations

The Tournament of Nations 2018 tickets will be in demand because these four sides will once again square off against each other. The tournament will be played between July 26 and August 28 and will once again be played across three venues. The venues are different though for this year's edition. These games will be played in the Children's Mercy Park, the Pratt & Whitney Stadium and the Toyota Park. Australia will start the tournament as the defending champions but the team US is being picked as the favorites by most people.

Get ready to witness some amazing soccer action this summer. All you have to do is grab your Tournament of Nations tickets to be a part of the festivities live.

Tournament of Nations Tickets Prices

Currently the average price for Tournament of Nations tickets is $115. The date and location for this event is 2-Aug-18 at Toyota Park, Bridgeview. The minimum get-in price for Tournament of Nations tickets is $53.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
Tournament of Nations: Australia vs. Japan & United States vs. Brazil Bridgeview 2-Aug-18 $115 $53

* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.

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