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Following England declared their Wembley friendly against Germany has offered out, A record attendance for a women’s game in the uk may be set.
The match on 9 November at the arena could beat the previous set of 80,203 for the 2012 Olympic closing between United States and Japan.
The record for an England home game is 45,619 for the 3-0 defeat.
During the 2012 Olympics, 70,584 also watched Great Britain beat Brazil 1-0.
If there is a mark attained it would represent another milestone after the England group reached a third key tournament semi-final in the 2019 World Cup in France.
During that tournament, the record UK TV audience for a women’s football match was broken four days, culminating at a summit of 11.7 million for the loss to United States in the previous four.
Before this month, at Middlesbrough’s Riverside Stadium, that had been a record for a Lionesses match outside Wembley, 29,238 fans watched the 2-1 defeat at the first home game since returning in the World Cup of England.
The present world record for the football game of any women is 90,125 for its 1999 World Cup final in Pasadena, California.
Sue Campbell, FA director of women’s football, said:”This is a magnificent show of support for the team members and staff after a tremendous year of advancement to the England team.
“My thanks to everybody who’s bought a ticket since we never require this service for granted.
“We began the year with success at the SheBelieves Cup, had a fantastic World Cup including procuring Olympic qualification and it is only fitting that we reach finish 2019 onto a high – and may also state our personal thank you to those that have supported us all how.
“What will make it much more unique is to see everyone who has purchased a ticket turn up on the day to help crush the all-time record on English land. My message to them is to come and be a part of history”