Women's European Championships

The inaugural Women’s European Championships took place in 1984, with Sweden, England, Denmark, and Italy competing in a four-team event.

Since the original tournament 38 years ago, the championships have increased tremendously in terms of the number of competing nations, media attention, and attendance, and Euro 2022 might be the biggest yet.

With tickets selling quickly with both Wembley and Old Trafford being used for Euro 2022, the summer might see a number of new attendance records shattered.

Here are the attendance records that Euro 2022 will attempt to break.

  1. 41,301 – Germany vs Norway (2013 final)
  2. 29,092 – England vs Finland (2005 group stage)
  3. 28,182 – Netherlands vs Denmark (2017 final)
  4. 27,093 – Netherlands vs England (2017 semi-final)
  5. 25,694 – England vs Sweden (2005 group stage)
  6. 21,731 – Netherlands vs Norway (2017 group stage)
  7. 21,105 – Germany vs Norway (2005 final)
  8. 21,000 – West Germany vs Norway (1989 final)
  9. 18,000 – Germany vs Sweden (2001 final)
  10. 16,608 – Sweden vs Germany (2013 semi-final)

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