A record crowd witnessed Arsenal succumb to a surprise defeat to Liverpool in the opening weekend of the 2023/24 Women's Super League season.
The Gunners are one of the strongest sides in the top tier of women's football in England and won the League Cup last season.
Success on the pitch has attracted a huge influx of fans to games in recent years, with popularity continuing to rise.
Last season, Arsenal's north London derby at home to Tottenham attracted a Women's Super League record crowd of 47,367.
They have set the record themselves yet again this weekend as a whopping 54,115 supporters flocked to the Emirates Stadium.
In May, they welcomed the most fans to a Women's Champions League match in the UK when they faced Wolfsburg.
Unfortunately for the Gunners, another huge swathe of support was not enough to drive them to victory.
Liverpool sealed a 1-0 win in the north London thanks to Miri Taylor's goal early in the second half.
The result not only sees Arsenal continue their disappointing start to the season but already lose points in the title race.
Jonas Eidevall's side were knocked out of the Champions League in the qualifying rounds by Paris FC.
They were defeated on penalties by Paris FC after a dramatic 3-3 draw, with summer signing Alessia Russo missing her spot-kick.
Elsewhere on the opening day, Manchester United won 2-1 late on against Aston Villa and Manchester City beat West Ham 2-0, with champions Chelsea hosting Tottenham.
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