Barcelona has sold out their Women’s Champions League quarterfinal game against Real Madrid at Camp Nou in March.
Over three days, the Spanish club sold 85,000 tickets to the game, which will be the first in front of fans at Camp Nou in Barcelona women’s history. Club members had the option to claim tickets for free.
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Barcelona previously set a record for attendance at a women’s club soccer game, when 60,739 fans watched them play Atletico at the Wanda Metropolitano in 2019.
The reigning Champions League winners typically play their league matches at Johan Cruyff Stadium, a facility with a 6,000-fan capacity. The quarterfinal game on March 30 will be the club’s second ever played at Camp Nou.