A success: almost half a million people have attended the matches of the Women’s Euro 2022 in England

Total attendance at the Women’s Euro Cup soccer matches, with Sunday’s final between hosts England and Germany remaining, has skyrocketed to 487,683 spectatorsmore than double the number registered in the 2017 edition in the Netherlands, which was 240,055.

This is reported by UEFA, which adds that almost 100,000 boys and girls have been part of that attendance record.a, and that 47% of all fans in stadiums have been women.

Sunday’s final will be played at London’s Wembley Stadium, which has a capacity of more than 87,000 spectators. which will boost the total attendance of the tournament even more and break the record of spectators in a match of the final phase of the Women’s Euro Cup.

The highest attendance at a European Championship finals match, for both men and women, was the 1964 men’s final between Spain and the Soviet Unionwhich was played before 79,115 spectators at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid, recalls UEFA.

Until now, the European Championship in England has broken, in addition to total attendance, the record for spectators in a tournament match: 68,871 in England-Austria (1-0) of the group stage at Manchester’s Old Trafford Stadium.

The agency also informs that the singer and songwriter Becky Hill, winner of the BRIT-Award, will headline the final show. “This will be the first time that a live musical performance of this magnitude has taken place in the final of the Women’s European Championship,” highlights UEFA.

“After the final whistle, the captain of the winning team will enjoy a defining moment in her career when the UEFA President presents her with the trophy at Wembley”he adds.

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