England Women sell over 100k tickets for games against Brazil and Germany as crowds keep growing

Domestic sales on the rise too with more than 100k fans attending opening three rounds of the Women's Super League in England

Nikita Parris is congratulated by teammates Rachel Daley and Steph Houghton after scoring against the United States in the 2019 SheBelieves Cup
Image: Over 75,000 tickets have been sold for England's game against Germany

Over 100,000 tickets have been sold for England Women's final two home matches of 2019.

All tickets to see Phil Neville's team take on Brazil at Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium on Saturday are sold out. 15,000 of the more than 30,000 tickets sold in the first two weeks of sale alone.

More than 77,000 seats have been snapped up for Germany's trip to Wembley Stadium on Saturday, November 9.

The match looks set to have the biggest ever attendance for a Lionesses home game - attendance is expected to far surpass the current record of 45,619 that watched the 3-0 loss to Germany at the same stadium in November 2014.

Interest in women's football has transferred to the domestic game too, with more than 100,000 fans attending the opening three rounds of the Women's Super League.

West Ham's fixture against Tottenham had an attendance of 24,790, the second highest attendance of a record-breaking season.

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Fans still hoping to see the Lionesses in action this year can purchase tickets for the Germany match at TheFA.com/tickets.

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