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Old November 4th, 2017, 05:05 PM   #3981
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Why MLS attendance in playoffs games (semi-finales) are not as high as regular season! That’s quite surprising since these matches should be more attractive for fans
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Old November 6th, 2017, 02:16 PM   #3982
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Premier League attendance this weekend (4th & 5th November) match number 11 of season.

Stoke vs Leicester Attn: 29,602 Bet365 Stadium
Huddersfield vs West Brom Attn: 24,169 John Smith Stadium
Newcastle Utd vs Bournemouth Attn: 52,237 St James Park
Southampton vs Burnley Attn: 30,491 St Mary's Stadium
Swansea vs Brighton Attn: 20,822 Liberty Stadium
West Ham vs Liverpool Attn: 56,961 London Stadium
Tottenham vs Crystal Palace Attn: 65,270 Wembley Stadium
Manchester City vs Arsenal Attn: 54,286 Etihad Stadium
Chelsea vs Manchester United Attn: 41,615 Stamford Bridge
Everton vs Watford Attn: 38,609 Goodison Park
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Old November 6th, 2017, 02:42 PM   #3983
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Premier League attendance this weekend (4th & 5th November) match number 11 of season.

Stoke vs Leicester Attn: 29,602 Bet365 Stadium
Huddersfield vs West Brom Attn: 24,169 John Smith Stadium
Newcastle Utd vs Bournemouth Attn: 52,237 St James Park
Southampton vs Burnley Attn: 30,491 St Mary's Stadium
Swansea vs Brighton Attn: 20,822 Liberty Stadium
West Ham vs Liverpool Attn: 56,961 London Stadium
Tottenham vs Crystal Palace Attn: 65,270 Wembley Stadium
Manchester City vs Arsenal Attn: 54,286 Etihad Stadium
Chelsea vs Manchester United Attn: 41,615 Stamford Bridge
Everton vs Watford Attn: 38,609 Goodison Park
Interesting. That is an average of 41,400 for the weekend. With Spurs at Wembley this year we will probably get a 38-39,000 league average over the season. Also 163,000 at the three London matches. I can't think of any other city in the world that gets a football attendance that high for one round of matches (unless some city has all their teams at home the same weekend) and that is without including the lower league teams.
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Old November 6th, 2017, 02:58 PM   #3984
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Interesting. That is an average of 41,400 for the weekend. With Spurs at Wembley this year we will probably get a 38-39,000 league average over the season. Also 163,000 at the three London matches. I can't think of any other city in the world that gets a football attendance that high for one round of matches (unless some city has all their teams at home the same weekend) and that is without including the lower league teams.
I was hoping that the Premier League might overtake the Bundesliga this season it terms of average attendance with Spurs at Wembley, but it probably won't as the Bundesliga is averaging 44,818 so far and the Premier league is averaging 38,505. Hopefully next season with Spurs in their new 61,000 stadium and Chelsea playing at Wembley it might get over the 40,000 average.

The only city I can think of that might get close to London in Football attendance is Madrid.
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Old November 6th, 2017, 03:35 PM   #3985
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Hopefully next season with Spurs in their new 61,000 stadium and Chelsea playing at Wembley it might get over the 40,000 average.
Chelsea won't be at Wembley next season. Things are lagging with their new stadium.

See https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/foo...-a3530486.html

And if West Ham don't get their act together next season could see the opposite happening with average PL attendances.

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Old November 6th, 2017, 03:59 PM   #3986
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The Premier League is not going to be able to overhaul the Bundesliga for attendances for a few more years. Chelsea at Wembley and eventually a new Bridge, Everton with a new ground, Old Trafford expanded. Possibly City, Liverpool or even Newcastle in expanded grounds. A higher capacity for West Ham if they don't get relegated. Even if a fair chunk of that happens it would probably rely on a particularly good selection of clubs in the league. So clubs like Villa, Sunderland, Leeds making it back up and the likes of Bournemouth, Burnley, Watford slipping down. Those clubs alone swapping places would add perhaps 3,000 to the average. Of course there are clubs in Germany that could add to their attendances too and it would be a bit freakish to have the biggest clubs all in the top flight at once.

When you consider the size of England compared with Germany and the fact that there are two more clubs playing a total of 74 more matches English attendances hold up very well.
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Old November 6th, 2017, 04:23 PM   #3987
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And if West Ham don't get their act together next season could see the opposite happening with average PL attendances.
Maybe they'll help the Championship set new attendance records?












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Old November 6th, 2017, 04:51 PM   #3988
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Doubt it very much as they won't be getting over 50,000 in the Championship like Newcastle did. A derby with Millwall at the London Stadium would be fun, depending on your definition of fun.
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Old November 6th, 2017, 07:27 PM   #3989
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I got the joke. I should have chucked a smiley face on my reply as it wasn't meant to be serious. Their fans are not at all happy at the moment.
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Old November 30th, 2017, 02:22 AM   #3991
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Has anyone heard about SLO before? I think it means Supporter Liaison Officer but I'm not sure. I'm hearing that the implementation of the idea has made attendances in Sweden grow by 146%.

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Old November 30th, 2017, 11:23 AM   #3992
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They didn't grow by 146%, they are 146% of what they were in 2010, the lowest point in recent years. Before that it was higher, even higher than now (10k vs 9k). The 146% is not fully accurate according to world football. 2010 had 6513 supporters on average, 2017 had 9048. That's a 39% growth. Could be that their source has different numbers of course.

A large part of the difference is caused by clubs being in the second league back then that are now in the top of the attendance list. So I think saying 146% is misleading.

Of course having a club representative that talks and listens to the different groups of fans (which is what an SLO is) is positive and probably has caused part of the growth as well.
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Old December 17th, 2017, 10:11 PM   #3993
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Scottish Premiership 2017-18 after matchday 19:

Celtic: 57,818
Rangers: 48,968
Hearts: 19,004
Hibernian: 18,337
Aberdeen: 15,899
Motherwell: 6,189
Dundee: 6,014
Partick Thistle: 4,787
Kilmarnock: 4,730
Ross County: 4,606
St Johnstone: 4,134
Hamilton: 3,050

Average: 15,752
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