All five best European Leagues are officially back in action after Bundesliga and Serie A returned last weekend. There are changes at the top in Germany and England but the story is still the same in Italy, France, and Spain. Today, we want to focus on the fans. We want to look at stadiums with the best average attendance in Europe for 2017/18 season.
5. Barcelona- 1,265, 457 Avg. Att.
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Barcelona is ranked fifth when it comes to fans attendance in 2017/18 season when they lifted La Liga and Copa del Rey double. The Catalan side registered 1,265, 457 for the season.
This number will worry the management because Camp Nou had an average attendance of 66,603 supporters per match. The Stadium is capable of holding up to 99, 354 fans. The team is winning matches but attendance numbers are going down every year.
4. Bayern Munich- 1,275,000 Avg. Att.
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Bayern Munich had the fourth best attendance record in 2017/18 season. Allianz Arena attracted a total of 1,275,000 for the entire season. The Bavarians best match numbers reached 75,000 supporters. This means almost all seats are occupied most of the time. It was another great season for them because they lifted their 6th Bundesliga crown in six years. Borussia Dortmund is threatening to end their dominance this season.
3. Tottenham- 1,291, 107 Avg. Att.
— Cllr Lee Scordis (@LScordis) January 13, 2019
Premier League second best team in terms of attendance last season is Tottenham Hotspurs. The London side has been playing all their matches at Wembley in the last two seasons as their brand new stadium is constructed.
Mauricio Pochetino side managed to attract 1,291, 107 fans in 2017/18 season. On average, they welcomed 67,953 supporters per match. This means Spurs had more support last season than Barcelona, Real Madrid, Arsenal and Bayern Munich among other top sides.