Over 700,000 tickets will be available across 10 venues in nine host cities and organisers are hoping for a huge uptake.
The aim is to set a record attendance for a UEFA Women’s Euros fixture - currently 41,301 from the final in 2013 - at the tournament’s opening game at Old Trafford.
The plan is then to break that record again for the final at Wembley, where it is also hoped a sell-out crowd could set a new European record for a women’s game - which currently stands at 80,203, set at the London 2012 Olympics.
Tickets for next year’s Women’s Euros will be priced from £5 to £50, with over half a million tickets available for £25 or less.
The aim is to ensure the tournament is an accessible event, with a family of four (two adults and two children) able to watch matches from £30.
The first chance supporters will have to apply for tickets is on 13 July 2021, via the Pre-Sale, presented by Visa.
To ensure this priority access, fans can register their interest now at UEFA.com/womenseuro/ticketing.