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“More to come” from Liverpool as Anfield hosts women’s Merseyside derby

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When the final whistle went after seven minutes of tense added time, there was an almighty cheer from many of the 3,006 supporters in attendance at Prenton Park, who were there to see Liverpool come from behind to beat champions Chelsea on their return to the Women’s Super League.

With a sizeable away support contributing, 3,006 was a record crowd for a Liverpool Women’s game at Tranmere.



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On Sunday there will be even more at the match, as the women’s Merseyside derby takes place at Anfield for the first time since November 2019.



“Trust us when we say the club are definitely investing in the women’s team and there’s going to be a lot more to come.” In the short term, two of the three league games following the derby are against last season’s runners-up Arsenal and the growing force of Man City.

The match was broadcast live on Sky Sports and BBC Radio 5 Live, becoming the network’s most-viewed Women’s Super League game in history with 420,000 tuning in.

Riding high after England’s triumph at the summer’s European Championship, the women’s game is experiencing a hike in interest.
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