A few weeks before the European Women’s Championship kicks off, it’s time to take a look at the competition records. There are also many things that can fall throughout the event. Focus on the records that are most likely to be broken during the event.
In 2013, the European Women’s Championship final in Solna welcomed approximately 41,301 people to the match between Germany and Norway. A number that can be overcome very quickly during this new edition. The opening match between England and Austria. It is located near Old Trafford in Manchester.
The Manchester United complex can accommodate more than 74,000 people. Thus the goal of UEFA is to surpass the legendary record that was achieved in 2013. Not forgetting that the final will be played at the famous Wembley Stadium.
Inka Grings has had an amazing career. The former German striker was able to win the Euro twice. She also did well in 2009, recording nearly six achievements in the competition. Nobody has done a good job yet. What if this record falls in the coming weeks?
There are many excellent players to compete. With Marie Antoinette Catuto or Elaine White, it wouldn’t be surprising if the attackers got so close to that record.
It would be hard to see that record fall. However, it is still important to mention. The person who remains the top scorer in any edition is also the most prolific in the history of the competition. Inka Grings has made ten achievements during the Eurozone. Many players will still try to get close.
A player like Lake Martins still has three goals. She still won her last Euros, being voted the Most Valuable Player. Of course, she plays in the middle. However, it can be very prolific. Other attackers can also look at this log, and gain confidence.
In 1997, Marianne Petersen made Euro history. The Norwegian player presented herself as a quartet during her team’s victory over Denmark (5-0). She is the only player to score four goals in the same match in the European Championship.
As mentioned before, there are attackers who are potentially very prolific. And during the group stage, they could try to make the powder talk.
Admittedly, this edition is still more compact than ever. However, we can witness some very prolific wins. At the moment, it is England who holds the record for the largest victory in the euro. The English selection was able to make it happen in 2017, during the group stage, against Scotland.
The English players managed to win six goals (6-0). We’ll have to pull all stops to break this record during this new edition.
This is the record that has held since the 2009 edition. Patricia Paneco scored a goal at the age of 34 years and 208 days. There will be older items for this contest. They may not be the most prominent players. However, they can shoulder a goal and make a place for themselves in the women’s Euro history.
Les Bleues has a real chance to play in this Euro! France will do everything in its power to reach the end of European competition. This can logically attract crowds. This choice continues to become more attractive. So it would not be surprising if the record for viewers in France was broken.
On French soil, he is the poster between France and the United States, in the quarter-finals of the 2019 World Cup, which set a record with the attendance of 10.7 million people in front of television screens. There is no doubt that in the event of a semi-final or final match, this record could fall.