Tickets Going Fast for USWNT Series Against The Netherlands

Dec. 07, 2017, 11:50 a.m. (ET)

PALO ALTO, Calif. - November 6, 2017 - Tickets for the U.S. Women's National Team against the FIH Hero World Ranked No. 1 The Netherlands are going fast! Taking place at Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif., this international series will mark USA’s first of the year as they prepare for a competitive schedule leading up to the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup in London, England in July 

Tickets for Section A are sold out for the game on Saturday, January 27, and there are less than 200 tickets available in Section B that evening. All other matches are trending in the same direction. Click here to get your tickets before they are all sold out. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to see the U.S. Women’s National Team take on the best team in the world.


Tickets start at $7 for children under 18, senior citizens and military, and $14 for adults (general public) for the grass/standing area (Section B). Tickets in the bleachers are $9 for children under 18, senior citizens and military, and $18 for adults (general public) (Section A).

There will be an option to purchase full series tickets starting at $15 for (children under 18, senior citizens and military), $30 for adults (USA Field Hockey Members) and $35 for adults (general public).

USA Field Hockey Members received an email with an exclusive discount code for 20% off the ticket price Group and member discounts are available. If this email was lost or accidentally deleted, please email with your name and membership ID number to receive the promo code.


Discounted group tickets will also be available for each game when 10 or more tickets are purchased for the same match. This is a great option for clubs, middle and high school teams, collegiate programs or any group of friends wanting to experience international field hockey competition together. Contact Glen Hollingsworth with any questions or to purchase tickets for your group! 

Stay tuned to for more information regarding the USWNT versus The Netherlands series. #UN1TED