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Female fans have purchased 3,500 tickets to Irans World Cup qualifier from Cambodia in Tehran on Thursday.
Girls have been banned from stadiums when guys are currently playing since after the 1979 Islamic revolution.
Sahar Khodayari died last month a week after setting herself on fire whilst awaiting trial for attempting to attend a match disguised as a guy.
Fifa stated it had beenassured by Iranian police that women would be permitted into matches after her death.
The state-run news agency Irna reported the 3,500 tickets for its womens sections from the 78,000 capacity Azadi Stadium.
World soccers governing body Fifa stated it had been advised 4,600 tickets for women could be made available but that it anticipates to be placed available to meet demand.
A spokesman stated Fifa would send a delegation into the match.
The Open Stadiums collection, which campaigns for girls to be allowed entry to mens sporting events in Iran, said the tickets went without any announcement from fans only found out through social networking and footballs governing body.
The team told Reuters news agency the sale was welcomed by that but was worried about sections stopping mothers taking their sons to matches and the women with disabilities would be accommodated.
The ban on lovers was temporarily lifted past year to permit women to watch World Cup games being streamed in the Azadi Stadium.
A bunch of women was allowed to attend to the next leg of the Asian Champions League final in Tehran in November, but girls were locked from Iran with Syria.
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