Three months after the crossover between the Euro and Copa America champions, it was announced that there was no more room at Wembley.
Tickets went on sale on October 31st and it was announced this Tuesday, January 10th that there are no more seats left: lThe first final between Brazil and England will be full of stadium.
The matches will be played by the previous champions of Euro and Copa America, As was the case with the men’s version which Argentina won against Italy. It will take place on 6 April at Wembley, which has a capacity of 89,000 spectators. Yesterday it was announced that there are no more tickets left.
Tickets for those under 16 were sold for £7.5. (about $9.10) and 15 pounds ($18.21) for adults. while a family of four can pull a 45-pound pack ($55).
part of the long association between the party UEFA and CONMEBOL They had their first chapter with the men, also played at Wembley but in June 2022.
will be played at 19:45 local time (20:45CET) on Thursday 6 April 2023. Both teams will have the opportunity to lift one more trophy a few months later before heading to the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
How did they get there
Brazil ranked in 1-0 win over hosts Colombia in Copa America Feminina 2022 in Bucaramanga. a day later, At Wembley, England, the ‘Tionesses’, celebrate securing their first major trophy against Germany.
England and Brazil They have met internationally three times: On 6 October 2018, a second-minute goal from France Kirby helped England beat Brazil 1–0 in a friendly at Meadow Lane, Nottingham.
After this they met twice in 2019. On 27 February, England won the Shebelivs Cup 2–1 in Chester, Pennsylvania, having trailed at half-time due to a penalty from Andresa Alves, but turned the game around with goals from Ellen White and Beth Mead. On 5 October, in Middlesbrough, Brazil won 2–1 in a friendly. Debinha’s two goalsThe discount was from Beth England.
Brazil He has also played at Wembley once, in the group stage of the 2012 Olympics. Against a team from Great Britain consisting mostly of English players led by Hope Powell. Steph Houghton’s second-minute goal gave the British side a 1–0 victory in front of 70,584 spectators, although both teams had already qualified and lost in the quarter-finals.
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