AG Insurance and Cerebration-WNT secure licences for the Women’s World Tour in 2024.
For the 2024–2025 seasons, 15 Women’s World Tour licences will be distributed, according to a UCI announcement. Ceratizit-WNT Pro Cycling and AG Insurance-Soudal QuickStep ascend to the top division for the first time.

The UCI further stated that licences for the 18 men’s WorldTour teams that are currently in competition as well as 16 men’s ProTeams have been granted for the year 2024. Israel-Premier Tech, Lotto Dstny, and Uno-X are a few of these. The TDT-Unibet team, which Bas Tietema and his friends founded after a year at the Continental level, is the only new men’s ProTeam for 2024.

Israel-Premier Tech and Lotto Dstny are automatically invited to all UCI WorldTour events for the 2024 season based on their 2023 team rankings, while Uno-X are

automatically qualified for every one-day race on the UCI WorldTour. In order to receive wild card invitations to the 2024 WorldTour races, the other ProTeams will have to compete.Ceratizit-WNT, which placed 11th overall in the UCI team ranking, outperformed the other two Continental squads that applied for the two available licences. AG Insurance came in at number thirteen. The previous year, the Basque team was ranked 25th.

Several teams, including the recently-dissolved EF Education-TIBCO-SVB, did not apply to continue at the top level, leaving two spots open for 2024. Next, a second opening was created when Liv-AlUla-Jayco was formed by the merger of Jayco AlUla and Liv-TeqFind.

Teams registered for the 2024 WorldTour and ProTeam licences are announced by UCI.

Jayco-AlUla and Liv Racing-TeqFind are merging, development team created


The official manual for the Women’s World Tour in 2023

The Ceratizit-WNT team has been developing for ten years.

“We’re thrilled to be beginning the next chapter of our story and are proud of the team’s development and accomplishments over the past ten years. After the UCI announcement on Tuesday, the German-based team took to social media to share their excitement about beginning their tenth year in the peloton as part of the UCI Women’s WorldTour.

“We began 2018 with a strong base and the overarching goal of promoting the growth of women’s cycling. It’s time to cover the roof and allow young riders to develop at their own rate. We are prepared to move on to the next phase.


ready for the World Tour,” AG Insurance-Soudal QuickStep wrote in a joyful message.

In the upcoming year, four of the returning WorldTour teams will compete under new names: Jumbo-Visma women currently Team Visma—Rent a Bike, Premier Tech, Israel Roland as Roland, Uno-X as Uno-X Mobility, and Team DSM-Firmenich as Team DSM-Firmenich PostNL.

The Women’s WorldTour saw an increase in teams from nine to fourteen in 2022. Fenix-Deceuninck (formerly Plantur-Pura) was awarded the fifteenth spot in the division in 2023.

The second licencing cycle for UCI Women’s WorldTeams kicks off with the 2024 road season. Top-tier credentials are given out for a two-year period.

The 15 World Tour licences for women will be distributed for three years starting in 2026, in line with the men’s


Global Tour. In 2020, the Women’s WorldTour category and licencing procedures were introduced by the UCI.

The 2024 UCI Women’s WorldTour teams
The Soudal Team at AG Insurance (BEL)
SRAM Racing Canyon (GER)
Pro Cycling Team Ceratizit-WNT (GER)
Deceuninck-Fenix (BEL)
Health Driven by Humans (USA)
Lidl-Trek in the United States
Jayco-AlUla-Liv (AUS)
The Movistar Team (ESP)
Team DSM-Firmenich PostNL (NED) – Roland (SUI)
Visma Team – Rent A Bike (NED)
UAE-X Mobility (NOR) and UAE Team ADQ (UAE)

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