Record attendance for Parc clash with Bayern

More than 25,000 tickets have been sold for the visit of Bayern Munich in the quarter-final second leg of the UEFA Women's Champions League, which will be played at the Parc des Princes this Wednesday, 30 March at 21:00. The Parisian fans, including many Ultras and season-ticket holders, have stepped up to support the Parisians in their quest to qualify for the semis of this competition for a sixth time.

Nicolas Arndt, Director of Ticketing and Hospitality, said: "On Wednesday, we will experience a great European evening at the Parc and break the attendance record for a Paris Saint-Germain women's match. This is a great satisfaction for the club. Thanks to the rise of the team and a winning ticketing strategy, we are building loyalty among an ever larger audience around the women's team. The Parisian women's matches are now part of Les Rouge et Bleu fans' calendar. They bring the Parc des Princes to life!"

Tickets at 6, 12 and 25 euros. With 24 hours to go before the match, it is still possible to buy tickets for the match on the club's official ticketing website:
https://billetterie.psg.fr/fr/footfem/offres/317281fd-82cc-11ec-897c-0050569ec 809/paris-sg-bayern-munich

After their 2-1 win in the first leg at the Allianz Arena, Les Rouge et Bleu can once again earn a place in the semi-finals of Europe's top club competition. Didier Ollé-Nicolle's players play host to the Bavarian team at the Parc des Princes, where they have already played eight games in their history.

The Parisians' last match in the capital city's famous stadium, against Real Madrid CF (4-0) on 9 November, gathered nearly 19,000 spectators, a record in the history of the group stage of the competition.

For the capital club, the previous attendance record dates from the 2016-2017 season with 19,192 spectators, on the occasion of the UEFA Women's Champions League semi-final against Barcelona (2-0).

Led by coach Didier Ollé-Nicolle, the women qualified by finishing top of their group, boasting an perfect record (six wins), the best attack (25 goals scored) and the best defence (no goals conceded).

Last season, the reigning French champions reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Women's Champions League for the fifth time after beating seven-time winners Olympique Lyonnais.

The clash against Bayern Munich is the culmination of the #MarchforEquality campaign run by the Paris Saint-Germain Foundation. Throughout the month of March, the Foundation has been raising awareness of gender equality through its various programs such as Allez les Filles, Allez les Femmes, l'Ecole Rouge et Bleu and the Solidarity Canteen. Since 8 March, portraits of the Paris Saint-Germain Women players have been proudly displayed on the gates of the Parc des Princes.

The eight Paris Saint-Germain's women matches in Parc des Princes :

DATE COMPETITION OPPONENT SCORE ATTENDANCE
9 Nov. 2021 UWCL Real Madrid CF 4-0 18 345
24 Mar. 2021 UWCL Olympique Lyonnais 0-1 Behind closed doors
20 Nov. 2020 D1 Olympique Lyonnais 1-0 Behind closed doors
29 Apr. 2017 UWCL FC Barcelona 2-0 19 192
30 Mar. 2017 UWCL Bayern Munich 4-0 13 974
2 May 2016 UWCL Olympique Lyonnais 0-1 4 000
28 Mar. 2015 UWCL Glasgow City 5-0 12 000
18 Oct. 2009 D1 FCF Juvisy 1-0 5 892