All tickets for the 2023 UEFA Women’s Champions League final between FC Barcelona and VfL Wolfsburg, which will take place at the PSV Stadium in Eindhoven on Saturday 3 June, have been sold out since the competition was renamed the UEFA Women’s Champions League. In 2009/10.
More than 34,100 tickets have been sold, meaning the final will break the attendance record for a women’s football match in the Netherlands, which was set in 2019 when the Dutch team also faced Australia at PSV Stadium in front of 30,640 spectators .
The Eindhoven final will be the highlight of a season that has captured the public imagination, as reflected by the spectacular increase in attendances. In fact, the average attendance from the quarter-finals is at a record high of 10,800 spectators, while five of the ten best attendances in the competition’s history have been recorded this season.
Nadine Kessler UEFA director of women’s football
“It is the first time that the Women’s Champions League final has been sold out. And it is several weeks ago, which is just another sign that we have reached a new level. There has also been a huge increase in numbers. Traveling with fans their teams. Each team has received an allocation of over 4,500 for its own supporters, which is much higher than before. In addition, it is expected that supporters of both teams will also participate in general sales. It’s going to be an incredible opportunity for everyone, whether it’s in the stadium or in front of the TV.”
Gijs de jong Secretary General of the Royal Netherlands Football Association (KNVB)
“We’ve wanted to host the UEFA Women’s Champions League final in the Netherlands for a long time, so it’s great that it’s now coming to fruition. And it’s even more amazing that we’re going to have the first sold-out final in history.” ”
“By bringing sports like this to our country, we hope to inspire girls and women to get even more involved in soccer – to be players, coaches, board members, referees or fans.”
“In the years since and during UEFA Women’s Euro 2017, which was also held here, we have seen what a great football event can bring to our country. With this in mind, we recently launched the FIFA Women launched its bid to host the World Cup 2027, along with Germany and Belgium.”