Evening of jubilation in Barcelona, ​​this Wednesday.

Women's Barça qualified for the semi-finals of the Champions League by atomizing Real Madrid (5-2) at Camp Nou, after a first success in the first leg (1-3).

The match took place in front of 91,553 spectators, a new record for a women's football match.

The former (90,185 spectators) dated back to the 1999 World Cup final between the United States and China at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.

The Catalan club had offered free places to its "socios" (supporters-shareholders), in this legendary stadium that can accommodate 99,000 spectators.

The Barcelona players, defending champions, will face Arsenal or Wolfsburg in the semi-finals, who had drawn the first leg (1-1) and are playing their return match in Germany on Thursday.


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