Stadium MK will host the winners of the UEFA Women’s EURO quarter finals involving Germany and Austria and Netherlands and France.
The second of the two semi-finals will take place on Wednesday 27 July, in front of a sold-out crowd at the home of MK Dons.
Germany, who beat Finland 3-0 at Stadium MK last weekend, face Austria on Wednesday looking to secure a place in the semi final, before the Netherlands and France go head-to-head on Saturday night for the final Last 4 berth.
Stadium MK has already hosted three matches at the UEFA Women’s EURO, with the attendances totalling 49,155.
The aforementioned Group B meeting between Germany and Finland saw a crowd of 20,721 turn out to watch but that total is expected to be far exceeded when the semi-final is held next week.
Stadium MK’s record attendance for a football match currently stands at 29,669 set by the international friendly between Brazil and Cameroon in November 2018.
The stadium’s biggest crowd for a sporting occasion is 30,048 – the attendance when Fiji faced Uruguay at the 2015 Rugby World Cup.