Reading Women have seen season ticket sales more than double ahead of the new Women's Super League campaign following the success of the England team in Euro 2022.

Kelly Chambers' side kick off their sixth WSL season at home to giants Liverpool, with all matches being played at the Select Car Leasing Stadium.

Season tickets are as little as £30 and have been snapped up, with more than 200 sold (already more than double that of last year).

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Speaking on the need to captialise on the Lionesses European Championship success, manager Chambers told the Reading Chronicle: "I hope we’re going to be seeing more people coming to watch the WSL and everywhere around the country. The media attention it’s captured is fantastic, it needs to grow from there. The biggest thing it’s going to do is become inspirations. It will have inspired the next generation, and that’s the biggest thing for me.

Reading Chronicle:

"We can’t rely on it; we’ve got to have people continue to drive it. The FA are doing so much to make sure it is more accessible but it’s people need to keep pushing it now. The WSL has gone from strength to strength every season, but we need to use this moment for clubs and the FA to really push and drive the sport.

"For me the biggest thing the Euros has done is let everybody know that the sport is out there. We need to let people know that what you see in the Euros, they can come and see in a WSL game. For us at Reading, we’re on the doorstep at the SCL Stadium. It’s one of the cheapest sports and we’ve got to make sure we’re as accessible as possible to everybody."