There are some big games of rugby this month but Saturday’s Women’s Rugby World Cup final between the Black Ferns vs England is right up there. Eden Park is on the verge of selling out for next Saturday’s night Rugby World Cup final between the Black Ferns and England.
Rugby World Cup 2021 has so far attracted 107,600 fans, the most of any women’s Rugby World Cup, across the three match venues in Auckland and Wangari and five weeks of competition.
Next week’s bronze final between Canada and France will be available live on Spark Sport and free-to-air on Three at 16:30 NZT (GMT+13) on Saturday, 12 November, followed by the final between hosts New Zealand and number-one ranked England at 19:30 NZT.
Women’s Rugby World Cup Final weekend
- Rugby World Cup 2021 final at Eden Park on Saturday, 12 November set to attract yet another world record crowd following nail-biting semi-final victories for England and New Zealand
- Almost 8,000 tickets snapped up immediately after final whistle
- While current seating is almost entirely allocated, a review of remaining space is underway as organisers look to release every last seat for fans
- England and New Zealand to face off in second consecutive Rugby World Cup final at 19:30 NZT (GMT+13), with New Zealand on the hunt for a record sixth title and the first in front of a home crowd
- Canada and France in battle for bronze final at 16:30 NZT
Black Ferns vs England
New Zealand and England have booked their place in the Rugby World Cup 2021 final after two nail-biting semi-final matches left fans on the edge of their seats and with their fingers on the button ready to snap up the few remaining tickets to next week’s big dance.
Organizers reported an unprecedented surge in ticket sales immediately after the final whistle as the Black Ferns claimed a last-gasp 25-24 victory over France to secure a fairytale home final.
Almost 8,000 tickets to the final’s day at Eden Park on Saturday, 12 November were snapped up last night, leaving just a handful of seats remaining and signaling yet another world record crowd for women’s rugby expected as New Zealand’s Black Ferns contest a sixth Rugby World Cup final, but their first ever on home soil.
Organizers are working to exhaust all available capacity in the 40,000-seat stadium as demand for tickets reaches fever pitch. While current seating is almost entirely allocated, a review of remaining space is underway as organizers look to release every last seat for fans.
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