Women's World Cup 2015 attendances

Photo: Spain v Costa Rica at half-time.

Attendances at the FIFA Women’s World Cup, Canada 2015

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 kicked off on 6 June with Day one reportedly attracting a record breaking crowd of over 52,000 in Canada!

The attendances listed below are the figures that have been published in the FIFA Official Match Reports. It is a little unclear how the attendance figures are being collected as although two matches are played in the same stadium it is clear from the live broadcasts that there is a significant difference with the number of people actually sitting in the stands.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 Attendances

Date Match Venue Attendance
6 June Canada 1-0 China PR Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton 53,058
6 June New Zealand 0-1 Netherlands Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton 53,058
7 June Germany 10-0 Ivory Coast Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa 20,953
7 June Norway 4-0 Thailand Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa 20,953
8 June Sweden 3-3 Nigeria Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg 31,184
8 June USA 3-1 Australia Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg 31,184
8 June Cameroon 6-0 Ecuador BC Place Stadium, Vancouver 25,942
8 June Japan 1-0 Switzerland BC Place Stadium, Vancouver 25,942
9 June France 1-0 England Moncton Stadium, Moncton 11,686
9 June Colombia 1-1 Mexico Moncton Stadium, Moncton 11,686
9 June Spain 1-1 Costa Rica Olympic Stadium, Montreal 10,175
9 June Brazil v Korea Republic Olympic Stadium, Montreal 10,175
11 June Canada 0-0 New Zealand Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton 35,544
11 June China PR 1-0 Netherlands Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton 35,544
11 June Germany 1-1 Norway Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa To be announced
11 June Ivory Coast 2-3 Thailand Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa 18,987

 

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4 Comments
  1. Asa 5 years ago

    MEL thank you for your opinion. but please take a look at the match highlights on FIFA’s website or read what most of the paper’s are saying. less than 2000 people in the stadium to watch Spain, and then less than 3000 people to watch Brazil, agree great turn out for Canada’s first match. But what gets me is the Fact that the Official FIFA match Attendance for both these games was 10,175 ?

  2. mel clarke 5 years ago

    the above photo is halftime and everyone is out at concession..or walking about for souvenirs.maybe write about the game instead of bitching. and maybe post a pic when the game is on and not at intermission.. show edmontons
    crowd if you must

    • Gina West 5 years ago

      The article is not bitching, it is publishing the attendances from the official FIFA match reports.

      I am not sure if you watched the Spain-Costa Rica match, but the stadium was pretty much like that throughout, the broadcast commentators even referred to it as a ‘near-empty stadium’.

      Report from BBC:
      World Cup debutants Spain and Costa Rica’s laboured 1-1 draw was played in a near-empty Montreal Olympic Stadium. http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/33044262

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