The final of the Euro 2022
The number of spectators who will see the final of the Euro 2022 will be a record, and the number of tickets sold exceeds the highest number of tickets 11 months before the start of the match.
So far, 53,000 tickets have been purchased for the final at Wembley Stadium on July 31, 2022.
Currently, the number of assists in the final of the European Women’s Championship is 41,302, which was set at the 2013 European Cup, when Germany defeated host Sweden.
Tickets for the 2022 European Cup have sold more than 140,000. The 4,444 matches will take place in 10 stadiums across England from 631 July 2022.
“We are very excited about the fans’ reaction to the 2022 European Women’s Football Pre-sale Tickets,” said Nadine Kessler, head of UEFA Women’s Football.
“These one-year figures are unheard of in women’s sports, and this is just the beginning. I encourage everyone to help us make the Women’s European Cup not only an unprecedented event, but also a packed event.”
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, After the European Men’s Championship and the Tokyo Olympics were rescheduled in 2021, the games were postponed.
Earlier this year, the Football Association announced plans to sell a record 700,000 tickets. The event will become the largest women’s sports event in European history.
The price of tickets ranges from £5 to £50, with tickets over 500,000 costing £25 or less.
fans must obtain pre-sale tickets for the game by Monday, August 9.
UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 Venue:
Brighton & Hove (Brighton & Hove Community Stadium)
London (only Brentford Community Stadium and Wembley Stadium Finals)
Manchester (Manchester City) College Stadium)
Milton Keynes (MK Stadium)
Other New York (Stadium Stadium)
Sheffield (Bramore Lane)
Southampton (St Mary Stadium)
Trafford (Old Trafford first game)
Wigan and Lee (Lee Sports Village)