Tickets for the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015, to be held at Ottawa's new Lansdowne Stadium, will go on sale on Sept. 10.
And in six months from now, on Dec. 6, representatives of all 24 participating soccer teams will meet at the Museum of History in Gatineau for a draw to determine the order of play.
The announcement was made at City Hall on Friday to mark the one-year countdown to the tournament, which begins on June 6, 2015.
Nine matches will be played at the new Lansdowne Stadium over six dates. During the group stage, doubleheaders will take place on June 7, 11 and 17. In the round of 16, knockout matches will be played on June 20 and 22, followed by a quarter-final game on June 26.
Stadium Passport packages for all nine games start at $140. Fans can also buy Stadium Passports for $215, $320 and $395 in the Category 1 areas of the new stadium.