If you want a ticket for the Women’s World Cup to see one of Africa’s three teams – Cameroon, Nigeria and South Africa – competing, you need to get a move on.
With 50 days to go to the start of the competition in France, more than half the match tickets have been sold, according to the world governing body, Fifa.
The seven games sold out include some of the first games for Cameroon and Nigeria:
- Opening match between France and South Korea – 7 June
- Netherlands v Cameroon – 15 June
- Nigeria v France in Rennes – 17 June
- Sweden v USA – 20 June
- Semi-final -2 July
- Semi-final – 3 July
- Final – 7July
As well as the match above, Nigeria in Group A, face Norway on 8 June and South Korea on 12 June.
Cameroon are in Group E and as well as the game against the Netherlands face Canada on 10 June and New Zealand on 20 June.
South Africa, World Cup debutants, are in Group B and face Spain on 8 June, China on 13 June and Germany on 17 June.