The FA Cup final was sold out for the first time


The women’s FA Cup final between Chelsea and Manchester United, which will take place on May 14 at Wembley, with a capacity for 90,000 spectatorshas sold out all its tickets for the first time in history.

Tickets were sold out for this Wednesday morning appointment, less than two weeks before the game.

All in all, expected there 40,000 more people at Wembley than last year last year, when Chelsea beat Manchester City.

Attendance numbers for women’s Premier League matches have increased since the 2018-2019 campaign, when an average of 1,000 people attended league matches, to around 6,000 on average attending this course every weekend.

amazing rise

In the case of the FA Cup final, since its location at Wembley in 2015, attendances have grown from 30,000 that year to a full house in 2023.

From record to record

Last Monday Arsenal-Wolfsburg, of the semifinals (second leg) of the Champions League, was the match at club level with the largest crowd in the history of English football, with an influx of 60,063 fans in the stands of the Emirates Stadium.

Source: La Verdad


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