Chelsea manager Emma Hayes predicts that selling out Wembley will become the norm for women’s football following England's success at the Euros.The Lionesses have been celebrating their victory after beating Germany 2-1 on Sunday 31 July.The tense game ended up going to extra time with full time ending on 1-1, but Chloe Kelly brought it home with a second goal for England in the 110th minute.
And Emma 45, says that while legacies are hard to predict, she has high hopes for the future. “I always think legacies are hard to predict because it will only be when we look back in five years, probably that we will see what that jump will actually be,” she said. “Because if I rewind five years, and see the development and growth of the game from then to now, it's already been unbelievable in five years’ time.
I suspect that selling out Wembley will be something of a norm as opposed to you know, one offs.” She continued: "I think continuing the legacy for women's football is the day we've waited for such a long time. "And for once, we are not going to have to sell the sport short, it will sell itself from here on in, thank goodness, because as I've said a million times over, we could have sold Wembley out three or four times. "And the atmosphere, the generation of fans we will now attract to the sport will be unprecedented.Read more on ok.co.uk