The audience of 87,192 spectators at Wembley Stadium in London broke the record for the number of fans in the continental competition, whether men or women.
The previous number, which is 79,115 spectators, was recorded in the final match of the men’s edition in 1964 in Spain, when the owner of the land was crowned with the title at the expense of the Soviet Union “2-1”.
England crowned the title for the first time in its history with a 2-1 victory after an extension, Ella Ton (62) and Chloe Kelly (110) scored England’s goals, and Lena Magul (79) scored the goal of eight-times champion Germany.
The opening match between England and Austria “1-0” at Old Trafford, which witnessed the attendance of 68,871 spectators, broke the record for the number of fans in a match in the European Women’s Cup (41,000), while the record for the number of fans in a match for England was It is 77,768 spectators and was also at Wembley and against Germany in a friendly match in 2019, which the English lost 1-2.
The absolute record for the number of fans in a women’s football match was broken twice last spring by Barcelona at its “Camp Nou” stadium, the only stadium in Europe that accommodates a number of fans more than Wembley.
On April 23, 91,648 spectators attended the women’s Champions League semi-final between Barcelona and Wolfsburg, Germany. The price of tickets was 2.5 euros for club subscribers and 9 to 15 euros for others. For the European Cup final, tickets were offered between 15 and 99 euros.
The total attendance in the current edition of the European Cup reached 574,875 spectators, breaking the best number for the women’s continental competition, which was achieved 5 years ago in the Netherlands with 247041 spectators.
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