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After England declared their Wembley against Germany has offered out A record attendance for a womens match in the uk may be set.
The match on 9 November in the arena could beat the record of 80,203 to the 2012 Olympic final between Japan and United States.
The album for an England home match is 45,619 for the 3-0 defeat by Germany at Wembley in November 2014.
Throughout the 2012 Olympics, 70,584 also watched Great Britain beat Brazil 1-0.
It would represent another landmark in womens football following the England team reached a third consecutive tournament semi-final at the 2019 World Cup in 33, if there is a brand new mark attained.
During that tournament, the record UK TV viewers for a womens soccer match was broken four times, culminating at a summit of 11.7 million for the reduction to United States in the previous four.
Earlier this month, at Englands first home match since returning from the World Cup, 29,238 enthusiasts saw the 2-1 defeat by Brazil in Middlesbroughs Riverside Stadium, that was a record for a Lionesses match out Wembley.
The current world record for the soccer game of any women is 90,125 for the 1999 World Cup final in Pasadena, California.
Sue Campbell, FA manager of womens soccer, said:This really is a magnificent show of support for the team members and personnel following a huge year of progress for the England team.
My thanks go to everybody who has purchased a ticket since we never require this service for granted.
We began the year with victory in the SheBelieves Cup, had a fantastic World Cup including securing Olympic qualifications and its only fitting that we reach finish 2019 onto a high – and may also say our personal thank you to those who have backed us all how.
What will make it much more special is to determine everyone who has purchased a ticket turn on the afternoon to help crush the all time record on English soil. My message to them is to come and become a part of history