The Women’s World Cup is just over a month away… 1 million tickets sold faster than 4 years ago

The Women’s World Cup, which will be held in New Zealand and Australia in July, is expected to be the largest-ever women’s sporting event in history. In fact, more than 1 million tickets have been sold so far.

FIFA President Gianni Infantino (Switzerland) said: “With the opening of the Women’s World Cup, co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, less than a month away, we are delighted to share with the world the good news that ticket sales have already exceeded one million copies.” said.

“To date, 1,032,884 tickets have been sold. This is more than a month before the opening, which exceeds the number of tickets sold for the tournament held in France four years ago. At the same time, it is expected to break through the highest number of sales in the history of the Women’s World Cup. “Thank you to the fans for supporting what will be the greatest Women’s World Cup ever.”

“Ticket sales continue to flow in the host country and around the world, and we look forward to celebrating with millions of fans in New Zealand and Australia to see the stars of women’s football shine on the world stage,” Infantino continued.

The Women’s World Cup to be held in New Zealand and Australia opens on the 20th of next month. It kicked off with the official opening match between New Zealand and Norway at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand. On the same day, an hour later, Australia and Ireland will face off at Stadium Australia in Sydney, Australia.

The Sydney Harbor Bridge, known as Australia’s representative landmark, will be held from June 25 under the leadership of Destination NSW until the official opening ceremony is held. Held on the Sydney Harbor Bridge overlooking the glitzy city and sparkling harbour, the festival is expected to be a celebration of football, multicultural communities and local communities. All fans are welcome to attend this colorful celebration of unity and inclusivity.스포츠토토

Meanwhile, the Korean women’s soccer team, led by coach Colin Bell (England), is in Group H with Colombia, Morocco and Germany and will play the group stage. While trying to advance to the round of 16 for the first time in eight years, they will play their first group stage match against Colombia on July 25, Morocco on the 30th, and Germany on August 3.

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