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Sun 17 November 2019, 18:21|Tottenham Hotspur

Sunday’s north London derby at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium set a new all-time attendance record for the Barclays FA Women’s Super League (WSL).

A crowd of 38,262 turned out to watch the historic fixture, which was not only the inaugural meeting between us and Arsenal in the top flight of the women’s game, but also the first ever north London derby at our world-class new home.

The attendance eclipsed the previous best in the WSL – 31,213 – set on the opening day of the season when Manchester City hosted rivals Manchester United who, like us, were promoted from the FA Women’s Championship at the end of last term.

In was the third five-figure crowd Spurs Women have played in front of already this season. A total of 24,564 watched our narrow defeat at Stamford Bridge on the opening day, while the slightly higher number of 24,790 saw us beat West Ham 2-0 at the London Stadium at the end of September.

Despite a valiant performance from our players on the day, it was Arsenal who ran out 2-0 winners thanks to second-half goals from Kim Little and Vivianne Miedema.

It means the Club now holds the attendance record in both the Women’s Super League and the men’s Premier League after 83,222 watched us beat Arsenal 1-0 at Wembley Stadium in February, 2018.

Thank you to all our fantastic supporters for turning out to back the team.