Ticket sales have been brisk in Frankfurt with Saturday's second leg of the UEFA Women's Cup final looming large.
1. FFC Frankfurt's decision to switch the second leg of the UEFA Women's Cup final to the 15,000-capacity Bornheimer Hang stadium has been justified by brisk ticket sales.
Frankfurt moved the return match against Sweden's Umeå IK from their 5,000-capacity Brentanobad due to anticipated demand. And tickets for the match, well publicised in Germany, have been selling fast, with as many as 10,000 spectators expected on the day.
The home team will need the support, though, as they trail the holders 3-0 from the first leg. A preview of the return will appear later this week on uefa.com, with live coverage from 14.30CET on Saturday.