The Australian national team has revolutionized women’s football in their country and broken attendance records with their participation in the 2023 World Cup.
The 2023 World Cup is coming to an end and the third place game between Sweden and Australia will take place in Mexico City on Saturday at 2:00 a.m. The Matildas have revolutionized Australian sport and built historic greats in various areas.
For example, the England vs. Australia game had 75,784 fans at Stadium Australia for the semi-final. It should be noted that the commitment of Australia vs. Denmark also had more than 75,000 supporters in the stands in the round of 16.
At attendance level, the Australian national team has recorded exceptional numbers and the number of spectators who watched the semi-final between England and the Matildas was outstanding. According to The Seven Network, the meeting between Australians and English was watched by 11.5 million Australians and became the most watched event in the history of Australian television.
On the other hand, the penalty shootout between Australia and France in the quarterfinals also became a historic event for the Australian media and videos from various locations in Australia went viral on social networks, with thousands of fans watching the exciting definition of the game.
Matildas star Sam Kerr pointed out that what he experienced at the current World Cup was something unrepeatable and admitted that they were the best days of his life at the professional level.
“For us, it was probably the most incredible four weeks of our careers. Not only what happened on the field, but what happened off the field was incredible. When we first started at this World Cup we would never have done this. “I dreamed that this would happen. It was an incredible journey to be a part of.
“I think in five or 10 years we will look back and think it was the most incredible four weeks of our lives. It’s a little sad that it’s over. But we still have a game to go, we can finish with a win.” . Third place for us “It would be something incredible and unbelievable for this country,” he said at a press conference.
Australia will be looking to complete their historic World Cup appearance with third place and the players will be hoping for the support of their thousands of fans.