The trend of record crowds attending women's soccer matches around the globe has continued with a new mark set in Brazil.
The attendance record was broken on Saturday with more than 28,000 fans at the Arena Corinthians stadium to watch the second leg of the Sao Paulo state championship final.
Corinthians beat local rival Sao Paulo 3-0 in front of 28,862 fans, Corinthians tweeted.
Match tickets had been given out for free during the week.
Corinthians won the first leg 1-0.
The previous record was in 2017 at Manaus' Arena Amazonia in the semi-finals of the Brazilian championship when Iranduba lost 2-1 to Santos in front of 25,371 people.
Earlier this month, the two-match series involving the Matildas and Chile in Australia broke records.
Last weekend an Australian record attendance for a women's international of 20,029 was on hand in Sydney while three days later a crowd of 10,342 was at Coopers Stadium - the largest to watch a women's soccer international in Adelaide.
In London, a record crowd of 77,768 for an England women's team match watched the Lionesses take on Wembley on November 9.
Australian Associated Press