Arsenal shattered their ticket sales record ahead of the second leg of their UEFA Women’s Champions League semi-final against VfL Wolfsburg.InformationGuideNigeria
Arsenal are on track to set another attendance record when they host Wolfsburg in the second leg of their Women’s Champions League semi-final at the Emirates Stadium. According to the club, ticket sales for their past four second-leg matches surpassed the 55,000 mark on Thursday.
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The Gunners sold 21,307 tickets for their 2-0 quarter-final second-leg win against Bayern Munich last month. That was a record crowd for a women’s European game hosted by the north London club, and it looks like it will be shattered against Wolfsburg.
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The two European behemoths will square off in their second-leg showdown at the Emirates Stadium on Monday night. Last Saturday, the injury-plagued Gunners earned a valiant 2-2 draw in the first leg at the Volkswagen Arena.NYSC Portal
If Arsenal defeats Wolfsburg at home, they will have a chance to reach the Women’s Champions League final for the first time since 2007. And it appears that Jonas Eidevall‘s side will have the full support of the Emirates faithful in order to achieve the historic feat, with Arsenal fans still reserving tickets for the rematch. With less than 10,000 tickets remaining, a complete sell-out could be on the cards.JAMB Portal
Arsenal will restart their Women’s Super League campaign after hosting Wolfsburg in the return match. The hosts are soaring high this season under head coach Jonas Eidevall, and they are candidates for the WSL title as well as the Champions League. Arsenal are now fourth in the rankings, although they are only six points behind leaders Manchester United and have a game in hand.