This Saturday (9 pm), the PSG women’s team will look to reverse the situation after a first-leg loss against Olympique Lyonnais (3-2) in the semi-finals of the Women’s Champions League. Parisians can count on the almost perfect Parc des Princes since over 37,000 tickets have been sold.
More than 37,000 tickets have already been received for a return to the semi-finals of the Women’s Champions League PSG-Lyon, Saturday (9:00 pm). Ensuring at the Parc des Princes, a national attendance record for a women’s club football match, as specified by PSG. The previous mark for a club match in France was held by OL, already during a setback against PSG, with 30,661 spectators at the championship in November 2019.
The PSG women’s team are playing their 10th match at the Parc des Princes after beating 3-2 in the first leg in Lyon on Sunday. He had already set his record in the quarter-final against Bayern Munich with 27,262 spectators on 30 March (2–2).
A world record still far from being reached
During the Women’s World Cup in 2019, the Parc des Princes had already welcomed more spectators, especially during the quarterfinals lost by Les Blues against the United States (2-1) in front of 45,595 people.
On French soil, the final of this 2019 World Cup between the United States and the Netherlands (2-0) brought together 57,900 spectators at the Gruppema Stadium in Lyon. These figures are still far from the world record for an official women’s match, which was recorded at the Camp Nou on Friday, during the other C1 semi-final between Barcelona and Wolfsburg. 91,648 spectators were counted.