An April matchup between the women’s England and Brazil national teams is already sold out at Wembley Stadium in London. The game is set to be the first edition of the Women’s Finalissima.

This competition pits the winners of the Women’s Euros against the Copa America Femenina. Brazil travels to London just like Argentina did for the men’s edition of the one-off game. The game is April 6.

While the game has sold out of normal tickets, there are some club level packages still available. These tickets start at $120 each and allow access to a more relaxed lounge-style setting. Diamond hospitality packages, the most expensive tier, go for about $485 per person and include food/drink and premium seating.

Euro championship boosts interest in England vs Brazil at Wembley

The England women’s team has experienced a huge increase in support since their 2022 European championship triumph. Originally, organizers scheduled the Women’s Euro in 2021. However the COVID-19 pandemic pushed the tournament back a year. Held in England, the Lionesses received a massive surge in attendance throughout the competition.

Leah Williamson, captain of the England squad that won the Euros, knew that the attention the national team was getting could help boost attendance in other women’s matches. “We’ve brought everybody together,” Williamson proclaimed after winning the Final. “We’ve got people at games. We want them to come to the Women’s Super League. The legacy of this team will be the start of the journey.”

Two more attendance records broken

She wasn’t lying. Arsenal’s women’s team also played in front of over 50,000 fans at the Emirates Stadium in September. The attendance smashed a Women’s Super league record that was previously just over 38,000 people.

A matchup in October between England and the USWNT also sold out as well. Though just a friendly, tickets for the big game sold out within a day. The Lionesses went on to beat the Americans 2-1 in front of nearly 77,000 fans. Despite the loss, it became a record attendance to watch a USWNT friendly.

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