Brighton is building on EM fever 2022

Albion are hoping to build on the Euro 2022 fervor – after a famous night at the Amex.

In front of a sell-out crowd of nearly 30,000, against the stunning backdrop of the 11-year-old Seagulls stadium, England watched England beat Spain 2-1 after extra time.

The action was followed by nine million television viewers in this country and more than six million in Spain.

Three Euro games in Brighton were widely regarded as a huge success and culminated in Wednesday’s quarter-finals.

Now, Albion hopes to see plenty of fans watching some high-profile WSL action in the new campaign, which begins in September.

They have so far recorded a 15% increase in season ticket sales compared to the final figure for the previous year.

Meanwhile, Albion In The Community reports a 55% increase in the number of girls applying for their summer coaching sessions.

The hope is that both numbers will continue to rise as England prepare for Tuesday’s semi-finals.

Goals from Ella Toone and Georgia Stanway defeated talented Spain and Sarina Wiegman said crowds were a factor.

The England boss said: “The fans behind us, you could feel that. That’s home advantage.” Brighton is building on EM fever 2022

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