Continuing their impressive and tight 2022/23 campaign, Manchester United Women are gearing up for a huge and historic WSL match like the Manchester derby. is approaching this month.
After almost winning both Women’s Super League and the Women’s FA Cup last season, without forgetting qualifying for the Champions League for the very first time, Men United Women are looking to build on this progress and make a big move against local rivals and fellow title contenders Man City.
Better yet, they want to make sure it’s an even bigger event than ever, because not only the Women’s Manchester Derby will take place at Old Trafford for the first time, but the club is also looking to make the highly anticipated match a historic match by bringing as many fans through the gates as possible.
While the women’s team broke a club record late last year, when 30,196 fans turned out to see the home side thrash Aston Villa 5-0, United hope to do even better this year by attracting even higher attendances and perhaps even break the WSL record. There’s no better game to do it.
The flow The record for the best attendance at a WSL match belongs to Arsenal, who welcomed 54,115 fans to the Emirates for their match against Liverpool last month. The match ended in a 1-0 defeat but saw them shatter the previous record, also set by the Gunners themselves (47, 367) against Spurs.
From Old TraffordThe capacity is almost 75,000 people and the Manchester derby remains a much more important event than its equivalent in north London, both among the men and in the WSL, we, Manc, can we surely do better? Especially considering the fact that tickets for women’s matches are always so affordable, whatever the size of the team.
Manchester, as it always has been, is thriving in everything from music, art, food, fashion and more, but there’s nothing this city does better than sport. 0161 has always had a deep connection with football, but the city is truly becoming one of the greatest champions of women’s football.
The same goes for women’s football which, thanks to personalities like LionessesSuccess at Euro 2022 and incredible efforts at the World Cup are growing faster than ever and there is no other place in the UK where interest is on the rise like it is here in 0161.
Leading by example with their performances on and off the pitch and serving as huge ambassadors of the women’s game to a new generation eager to be part of it, there aren’t many club matches bigger and better inspiring in the world today than that of Manchester. Derby.
With both teams on the rise and guaranteed to be neck and neck for the title again this season, this is a game you don’t want to miss and as these are two of the best teams in the country playing each other on the two main grounds. for the first time in history, they know what an important clash this is – the question is, right?
With Manchester at the forefront women’s football and sport in general as it always has been, not only do they give you the opportunity to get in on the ground floor of a truly special and global movement, but you can even play your part in history helping them break the attendance record.
Better yet, with tickets to watch the derby between Man United and Man City Women still only £15 for adults and as affordable as £7.50 for under-16s and over-65s, you won’t get many more lively, family-friendly atmospheres than under the lights of Old Trafford. You can take yours HERE.
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