Cymru aim to beat record attendance for a Women’s international match
International
24 October 2021

Cymru aim to beat record attendance for a Women’s international match

Cymru players have raised a call to arms ahead of Tuesday’s FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifying Round match against Estonia at the Cardiff City Stadium (KO 19:15), as the side hope to break the attendance record for an international women’s match in Wales.

Cymru v Estonia

  • 19:15 Tuesday 26 March
  • Cardiff City Stadium

Tickets available here

More than 4,000 tickets have already been sold for the match, which could beat the attendance record set by the 5,053 fans that attended Rodney Parade for the showdown against England in 2018 in the last World Cup qualifiers.

Gemma Grainger’s are unbeaten in the current campaign, as the side look to build on three positive performances which include an entertaining 6-0 win against Kazakhstan at the last home match at Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli.

Tickets start from £4 and are available to purchase online at faw.cymru/tickets.

We’re so excited to be close to breaking the attendance record for a Cymru Women’s international match. More than 1,000 of the tickets have been purchased by junior girl clubs, and it’s great to see our National Team inspire the stars of the future. We hope The Red Wall will turn up in their numbers on Tuesday and we can give the performance that they deserve.

– Gemma Grainger