Rugby World Cup: More tickets made available for finals at Eden Park after previously selling out

More tickets for the highly anticipated Rugby World Cup finals at Eden Park will be made available after previously selling out.

The Black Ferns will play England in the final, with France and Canada contesting the third-place playoff on Saturday as the curtain raiser.

A limited number of additional tickets will go on sale at 6pm Tuesday here after a review into operational space to allow more fans the opportunity to attend the final.

 "We have been absolutely blown away by the support Kiwis and fans around the world have shown for this tournament and for the amazing wāhine toa who have played with their hearts and souls over the past five weeks," Rugby World Cup 2021 tournament director, Michelle Hooper said.

"The stage is set for a dream final to what has been an extraordinary and unforgettable Rugby World Cup with the Black Ferns taking on number one ranked England at home in front of what will be a crowd on a scale we have never seen before for the women's game.

"It was important to us that we exhausted every avenue to allow fans the chance to witness the finals live in the stadium. We have worked hard to convert previously operational spaces into additional seating and put in place safety measures to cater to the extra fans.

"Those who miss out, or can't be with us at Eden Park, our challenge to you is to host a watch party at home or in your local neighbourhood and help us to break more records and reach the largest ever domestic viewership for a women's sports match."

Catch the Rugby World Cup live on Spark Sport or free-to-air on Three, or join Newshub from on Saturday for live updates of the Black Ferns v England final