Pedro Martinez Losa is confident that the women’s game will continue to attract more fans after a successful World Cup in Canada.
Arsenal Ladies broke their own Women’s Super League attendance record at Meadow Park when 2,061 supporters watched their first game after the international break, against Liverpool on Sunday.
The Gunners lost 3-1 but Losa believes his side have won more fans despite the defeat.
"It was a very good game to watch despite the result, and hopefully we can have 2,000 here every game"
“I hope it continues,” he told Arsenal.com. “I hope that the next time they come they can enjoy our football and see Arsenal win, which is important.
“You can enjoy the women’s game and it was an exciting match for them to see. I just hope that next time we can give them what they were expecting, a victory.
“I think that the way the game is developing and progressing in England, this has given us an indication of how people are going to be involved in the game.
“It’s not just about following the players now, we have to make the fans follow the clubs and this league, which is very attractive. I think this game was a very good game to watch despite the result, and hopefully we can have 2,000 here every game."
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