21,856 spectators, new attendance record for a women’s team match in Spain

SEVILLE, Feb. 23 (from the Special Envoy of EUROPA PRESS, Ramón Chamorro) –

Spain’s match against the Netherlands team, corresponding to the semifinals of the Women’s Nations League 2023-2024, recorded this Friday a new attendance record for a national team match with 21,856 spectators who witnessed the 3-0 victory from the Montse Tomé team.

This figure on another special night for national women’s football, which will be in the Olympic Games for the first time in addition to playing Wednesday’s final against France in this same setting, clearly improves the previous one, the 15,896 spectators who came to cheer on the champion of the world on December 5 at La Rosaleda in Málaga against Sweden (5-3).

Additionally, for the first time in the history of the team, there are more than 20,000 spectators at a match. Before, in its first home game after becoming world champion, it brought together a total of 14,194 fans at the Nuevo Arcángel in Córdoba in the Nations League duel against Switzerland, improving on the 11,209 spectators who witnessed it on October 11, 2022. the historic 2-0 victory in a friendly against the United States at the El Sadar Stadium in Pamplona.

2024-02-23 22:42:03
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