El Clásico in women’s football provides 91,553 spectators – Sport / Voetbalmagazine

El Clásico in women's football provides 91,553 spectators - Sport / Voetbalmagazine

The second leg match, which was held on Wednesday evening in the quarter-finals of the European Women’s Football Champions League between the Spanish forces Barcelona and Real Madrid, brought together a record number of 91,553 spectators at the Nou Camp. Never before have so many fans around the world turned up for a women’s soccer match.

In club football, the record was 60,739 spectators, in 2019 at the Madrid Metropolitano between Atletico and Barcelona. The most visited international match is the 1999 World Cup Final between the United States and China. At the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, near Los Angeles and also the stadium where the World Cup final between Brazil and Italy was held five years ago, 90,185 spectators were welcomed.

Barcelona, ​​the cup holders, won 5-2 in the Clasico, having already won the first leg in Madrid with a score of 1-3. As a result, they are the first team to qualify for the semi-finals. Later on Wednesday, PSG came second after the round of four. The Parisians had enough in the second leg of the quarter-final tie with a 2-2 draw after extra time against Bayern. After 90 minutes, the score was 1-2, as it was in the first leg. On Thursday, Janis Cayman will receive Italian Juventus with Lyon, and Wolfsburg, former club Tessa Woolaert, plays against Arsenal.

In club football, the record was 60,739 spectators, in 2019 at the Madrid Metropolitano between Atletico and Barcelona. The most visited international match is the 1999 World Cup Final between the United States and China. At the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, near Los Angeles and also the stadium where the World Cup final between Brazil and Italy was held five years ago, 90,185 spectators were welcomed. Barcelona, ​​the cup holders, won 5-2 in the Clasico, having already won the first leg in Madrid with a score of 1-3. As a result, they are the first team to qualify for the semi-finals. Later on Wednesday, PSG came second after the round of four. The Parisians had enough in the second leg of the quarter-final tie with a 2-2 draw after extra time against Bayern. After 90 minutes, the score was 1-2, as it was in the first leg. On Thursday, Janis Cayman will receive Italian Juventus with Lyon, and Wolfsburg, former club Tessa Woolaert, plays against Arsenal.

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