770,000 tickets already sold, more than half of which were bought in France

25 days before the start of the women's football World Cup, which will take place in France from June 7 to July 7, 770,000 tickets out of the 1.3 million available have already been sold, of which 60% have sold in France. .

More than half of the tickets to the 2019 Women's World Cup have already been sold by May 10, and seven games are already full, reports France Bleu Monday, May 13. At 25 days from the start of the competition, which will take place in France from June 7 to July 7, 770,000 tickets out of the 1.3 million available have already been sold. Available for sale from nine euros, 60% of tickets purchased were in France, 15% in the United States, 5% in the Netherlands and as much in the United Kingdom.

Seven sold-out games

Seven games have been sold out for several weeks now. These include the France-South Korea opening match at Parc des Princes on June 7, the two semi-finals on July 2 and 3, and the final on July 7 at Groupama Stadium in Lyon. But also matches Netherlands-Cameroon at the Stade du Hainaut in Valenciennes on June 15, Nigeria-France at Roazhon Park in Rennes on June 17, and finally the meeting between Sweden and the United States at the Océane Stadium in Le Havre. June 20th

Six other matches could also be involved soon. In fact, only 8,000 places remain for United States-Chile, on June 16 at Parc des Princes. Ditto for a quarterfinal match, June 28, still in Paris. Also very popular on the grandstands side are the United States-Thailand, June 11, Netherlands-Canada, June 20 in Reims, Germany-Spain and Italy-Brazil on June 12 and June 18 in Valenciennes.

A good craze for women's football in France

Apart from Lyon, where all tickets for all matches have already been sold, most stadiums are more than half full. Note also that in Nice, where 55,000 tickets have already been sold, 3,000 tickets have been sold in a week since the announcement of the 23 French players selected, including 2,000 on the match between the Blue in Norway, June 12th.

In total, nine cities will host the meetings of the 24 national teams present, and 2,500 volunteers will be mobilized for the occasion. French women's football currently has 180,000 licensed players in France. The goal of the federation is to reach 200,000 to 250,000 licensed after this World Cup.

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