sport news WSL clubs look to hold more games in men's stadiums after 90,000 fans watched ... trends now

sport news WSL clubs look to hold more games in men's stadiums after 90,000 fans watched ... trends now
sport news WSL clubs look to hold more games in men's stadiums after 90,000 fans watched ... trends now

sport news WSL clubs look to hold more games in men's stadiums after 90,000 fans watched ... trends now

Women's Super League clubs look to hold more games in men's stadiums after 47,000 fans watched the north London derby at the Emirates, with close to 90,000 at matches across the weekend Arsenal beat Tottenham 4-0 in front of a big crowd at the Emirates on Saturday Nearly 28,000 fans also turned up at Anfield to watch the Merseyside derby WSL clubs are now looking to host more games in men's stadiums in the future

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Women’s Super League clubs are planning to hold more matches at men’s stadiums this season after record crowds made for the most attended weekend in the competition’s history.

A total of 89,381 people watched matches in stadiums, with 47,367 inside the Emirates for the north London derby on Saturday.

Arsenal have

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