Women’s Finalissima 2023: Ticket sales for England vs Brazil match smash 60,000 barrier in just three days

Fans flocked to Wembley for the sold-out clash between England and the USA  (The FA via Getty Images)
Fans flocked to Wembley for the sold-out clash between England and the USA (The FA via Getty Images)

Over 60,000 tickets have already been sold for next year’s Finalissima between England and Brazil at Wembley as the popularity of women’s football continues to boom after Euro 2022.

Tickets for the game on April 6 only went on sale on Monday morning, but demand has been high and the match is expected to sell out.

Those trying to get tickets on Monday experienced queues online and the level of demand has seen over 60,000 sold in just three days.

The Lionesses enjoyed playing in front of bumper crowds on their way to winning Euro 2022 this summer and the demand for tickets has maintained since the tournament finished.

England sold out their clash with the United States at Wembley last month, while Women’s Super League (WSL) sides have noticed a surge in ticket sales too.

The game between Brazil and England is expected to sell out as well, with the match taking place during the school Easter holidays. The remaining tickets for children are available from £15, while adults can attend from £30.

The game at Wembley is the first ever female edition of the Finalissima, which sees the Copa America winners face the European champions for the chance to claim another trophy.

Remaining tickets can be purchased via wembleystadium.com/tickets