Women’s PSG: Champions League towards a new attendance record at Parc des Princes


Women’s PSG have sold over 27,267 tickets for their return to the Champions League semi-final against OL at the Parc des Princes on Saturday (9 pm). So the previous record would be beaten for this Franco-French conflict.

Forced to turn a mountain to reach the Champions League final, the Parisians will be backed by a red and blue tide at the Parc des Princes on Saturday evening (9 pm). Five days before the return to the C1 semi-final between Paris Saint-Germain and Olympique Lyonnais, the Paris club already knows it will beat its attendance record once again.


At least 27,267 tickets have already been sold by the Capital Club for this Franco-French setback, which allows it to exceed its previous record mark for tickets sold, which is … from the previous round. . It was against Bayern MunichDuring the second leg (27,267 spectators) of the Champions League quarter-finals.

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After a particularly chaotic performance by Paris goalkeeper Barbora Votikova, the bar of 30,000 spectators must be crossed to secure a 3-2 winner in the first leg at the Parc Ol on Saturday.


If the record in all competitions in France belongs to OL women, then during a meeting against PSG (30,661 spectators) in November 2019, these fields are still fair. And far from full points for a women’s match organized by FC Barcelona, ​​played on Friday at the Camp Nou (91,648 spectators), during the second half of C1 against Wolfsburg (5-1).

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