The previous attendance record in the women's cup final is a modest 5,602 people dated 2015 (Linköping defeated Rosengård 2–0). It will be crushed when Hammarby takes on Häcken at Tele2 Arena with kick-off at 15 pm.

On Monday evening, over 17,000 tickets were sold. An absolute majority of the crowd will stick with the home team.

"The fans are our twelfth player, they are so incredibly important to us. And maybe they can give this extra energy and this extra power, especially at the end of the game when we really need it," says Hammarby's Matilda Vinberg.

Häcken won the prestige meeting last time

The cup final is the first for "Bajen" in 28 years. But despite the home-field advantage, a tough challenge awaits.

Häcken tops Damallsvenskan and comes to the cone grass on Tele2 with three consecutive victories in the back. In the prestige meeting between the teams a month ago, Häcken won at home with 1-0.

The move: Rhymes in the speakers

In addition, the team from Hisingen has prepared well. At the last training session before leaving for Stockholm, Hammarby chants were played from the speakers, something Göteborgs-Posten was the first to report on, all to cope with the pressure from Hammarbyklacken.

"We have taken inspiration from England, where some teams have tested that concept. All the stuff that prepares the players is good, I think, says coach Robert Vilahamn.

The cup final will be broadcast on SVT1/Play starting at 14.40.

Hear more voices for the final in the player above!