Madrid, May 19 (EFE). – The European Women’s Cup, to be played in England in 2022, will offer about 700,000 tickets for sale as of mid-February, at prices ranging from five pounds (5.79 euros), which are the cheapest and highest. To 50 (57.96 euros) most expensive.
UEFA has introduced a Ticket and Legacy program for the 31 matches to be played by the 16 finalists at ten stadiums in nine English cities, with the opening at Old Trafford in Manchester and the final in London at Wembley.
More than half a million tickets will cost £ 25 or less and there will be special rates for families of four – two adults and two children under 16.
UEFA hopes that the next European Championship will achieve new records in attendance, surpassing the 41,301 fans who attended the 2013 Final in Solna and the 80,203 fans who attended the 2012 London Olympics final in Wembley, which is so far the best sign of a women’s match. in Europe.
“We will fill the stadiums, we will sell match tickets, fans will come from all over England, from all over the UK, from Europe and beyond. And when we are successful, said Nadine Kessler, UEFA Women’s Football Officer.
Kessler also highlighted the legacy program supported by UEFA, which is laying out plans in the nine host cities to offer 500,000 opportunities to engage girls and women in soccer by 2024.
The FA has committed itself in turn to ensuring that 75% of schools provide equal access to girls to play football in physical education classes and that 75% of all popular football clubs have at least one female team, so that 1,000 clubs can offer a complete and certified career for girls .