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Old December 16th, 2008, 10:46 AM   #281
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37,096 - Norway
Ullevaall Stadion, 11.09.1949, Norway - Denmark, football
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Old December 16th, 2008, 03:12 PM   #282
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Thanks a lot guys.

I think we do not count opening / closing ceremonies.
Therefore we need a new one for Finland

183,341 - Brazil
Maracana, 31.08.1969, Brazil-Paraguay, football

149,547 - Scotland
Hampden Park, 17.04.1937, Scotland-England, football

127,000 - Portugal
da Luz, 30.06.1991, U21 Portugal-U21Brazil, football*
*official FIFA number

126,047 - England
Wembley Stadium, 28.04.1923, Bolton Wanderers FC-West Ham United FC, football

124,000 - Spain
Estádio Santiago Bernabéu, 30.05.1957, Real Madrid CF-ACF Fiorentina, football*
* according to FA and Stadionwelt magazine

121,696 - Australia
Melbourne Cricket Ground, 26.11.1970, Carlton-Collingwood, Australian rules football

119,853 - Mexico
Estadio Azteca, 07.07.1968, Mexico-Brazil, football

115,300 - USA
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, 29.03.2008, Los Angeles Dodgers-Boston Red Sox, baseball

102,358 - Russia
13.10.1963, Luzhniki Stadium, USSR - Italy, football

97,553 - Germany
Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion, 22.11.1950, Germany-Switzerland, football

96,070 - Serbia
Stadion Crvena Zvezda, 23.04.1973, FK Crvena Zvezda-Ferencvárosi TC, football

93,000 - Uruguay
Estadio Centenario, 27.07.1930, Uruguay-Yugoslavia, football*
*official FIFA number

90,726 - Austria
Ernst Happel Stadion, 30.10.1960, Austria-Spain, football

90,556 - Ireland
Croke Park, 24.09.1961, Offaly-Down, All-Ireland Senior Football

89,102 - China
National Stadium, 23.08.2008, Nigeria-Argentina, football*
*official FIFA number

88,083 - Indonesia
Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, 18.07.2007, Indonesia-South Korea, football

85,268 - Chile
Estadio Nacional, 29.12.1962, CF Universidad de Chile-CD Universidad Católica, football

83,000 - Ukraine
Olimpiysky National Sports Complex, 10.11.2001, Ukraine-Germany, football*
*official FIFA number

80,430 - France
Stade de France, 20.10.2007, South Africa-England, rugby

79,414 - Turkey
Atatürk Olimpiyat, 31.07.2002, Galatasaray SK-Olympiakos CFP, football

78,481 - Hungary
Puskás Ferenc Stadion, 27.09.1959, Hungary-USSR, football

75,263 - Greece
Olympiakó Spýros Loúis, 03.11.1983, Olympiacos CFP-Hamburger SV, football

74,576 - Wales
Millennium Stadium, 09.02.2008, Wales-Scotland, Rugby

72,762 - Romania
Stadionul Lia Manoliu , 25.11.1962, Romania-Spain, football

71,617 - Canada
Olympic Stadium , 31.07.1976, East Germany-Poland, football

71,469 - Poland
Stadion Śląski, 28.06.1958, Poland-Spain, football

70,000 - Peru
Estadio Monumental, 16.11.2003, Peru-Brasil, football*
*official FIFA number

69,300 - Netherlands
De Kuip, 04.06.1949, SVV-Heerenveen, football

64,138 - Croatia
Stadion Maksimir, 19.07.1973, NK Zagreb-NK Osijek, football

64,073 - Belgium
Heizel Stadion, 06.03.1963, RSC Anderlecht-Dundee United FC, football

62,471 - Switzerland
Wankdorfstadion, 04.07.1954, Germany-Hungary, football

58,420 - Northern Ireland
Windsor Park, 06.10.1956, Northern Ireland-England, football

52,943 - Sweden
Rĺsunda Stadium, 26.09.1965, Sweden-Germany, football

51,600 - Denmark
Parken, 30.06.1957, Denmark-Sweden, football

40,000 - Vietnam
My Dinh National Stadium, 08.07.2007, Vietnam-Qatar, football*
*official AFC number

37,096 - Norway
Ullevaall Stadion, 11.09.1949, Norway - Denmark, football

23,043 - Cyprus
GSP Stadium, 07.12.2002, APOEL-AC Omonia, football

20,204 - Iceland
Laugardalsvöllur, 18.08.2004, Iceland-Italy, football

35,102 - Malta
Ta' Qali Stadium, 16.12.1984, Malta-West Germany, football

18,000 - Albania
Qemal Stafa, 28.03.2001, Albania - England, football*
* official FIFA number

8,054 - Luxemburg
Stade Josy Barthel, 14.10.1998, Luxemburg-England, football

5,917 - Faroe Islands
Torsvollur, 08.09.2004, Faroe Islands-France, football

6,021 - Liechtenstein
Rheinpark Stadion, 06.09.2008, Liechtenstein-Germany, football

5,019 - San Marino
Stadio di Serravalle, 06.09.2006, San Marino-Germany, football

4,400 - Andorra
Poliesportiu d'Andorra, 20.04.1995, Festina Andorra-FC Barcelona, basketball
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Old December 16th, 2008, 07:09 PM   #283
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64,138 - Croatia[/B]
Stadion Maksimir, 19.07.1973, NK Dinamo Zagreb-NK Osijek, football
Strange as it seems it's NK Zagreb,not NK Dinamo Zagreb.
It was qualifying match for promotion to first division.
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Old December 23rd, 2008, 06:05 PM   #284
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Bit of a mismatch to compare the two old stadia, I have attended both and have always thought that Wembley was much bigger. Hampden was nearly all terraces with just 14,000 seats in total. The old Wembley had approx 50,000 seats, and seeing that you got more than 3 times the capacity for terracing compared to seats then I would say that Wembley was a much bigger stadium physically. This is proven by the fact that the all seated Wembley had a capacity of 80,000 whereas Hampden, even after expansion on one side has a very low capacity of just 50,000. If Wembley had just one side of seats it would've comfortably accommodated Hampden's record crowd, and still had twice as many seats.

Out of interest, do you know the record "average attendance" (over a whole season) for Celtic and Rangers?
Celtic average around 58,000-ish and Rangers 49,000-ish.

To your other point..Hampden physically hasn't been expanded...it's been reduced.
I've tried to illustrate it crudely I admit in this...blue is seating, red was standing...that was Hampden at it's largest.
[IMG]http://i42.************/2jdkiep.jpg[/IMG]
The Stand to the south may be larger in floor area..but it's mostly executive boxes and press areas...so the additional seating isn't as great as it looks.
The 'Celtic end' to the right of the picture alone was once measured to hold 81,000 people...and the opposing end 64,000. Thankfully , these limits were never tested. ( not legally, anyway as "jumping the turnstyles" was a common occurrance here ).
Also, the North Stand was demolished in 1981.
Yes Wembley was probably physically bigger, but as this photo illustrates... the Hampden terracing used to be so much larger than the current seating plan would indicate.
[IMG]http://i42.************/k1rx9c.jpg[/IMG]
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Old December 23rd, 2008, 08:01 PM   #285
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How did they go against Bayern? Didn't even realise Indians could play a sport besides cricket. You never hear about them at the Olympics.
That's why they lost the game 3-0 though bayern didn't even start their best besides Kahn.
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Old December 30th, 2008, 11:51 AM   #286
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Doesnt Poland's seem way too low?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silesian_Stadium

-> 120000
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Celtic average around 58,000-ish and Rangers 49,000-ish.

To your other point..Hampden physically hasn't been expanded...it's been reduced.
I've tried to illustrate it crudely I admit in this...blue is seating, red was standing...that was Hampden at it's largest.
[IMG]http://i42.************/2jdkiep.jpg[/IMG]
The Stand to the south may be larger in floor area..but it's mostly executive boxes and press areas...so the additional seating isn't as great as it looks.
The 'Celtic end' to the right of the picture alone was once measured to hold 81,000 people...and the opposing end 64,000. Thankfully , these limits were never tested. ( not legally, anyway as "jumping the turnstyles" was a common occurrance here ).
Also, the North Stand was demolished in 1981.
Yes Wembley was probably physically bigger, but as this photo illustrates... the Hampden terracing used to be so much larger than the current seating plan would indicate.
[IMG]http://i42.************/k1rx9c.jpg[/IMG]
Celt67, thanks but I know what celtic and Rangers current averages are, just wondered what they were in the days of terracing and boom attendances etc. I know both had capacities of over 90,000 in their heyday, and wondered what the averages were in those seasons. I agree that Hampden trimmed the terraces, but they greatly increased the mainstands capacity during redevelopment, and I'm sure this would almost amount to the loss of seated capacity at the ends. In which case I'd be surprised if a seated hampden could have ever yeilded more than 60,000 seats without multiple tiers etc. I went when it was as shown in the picture. The atmosphere was amazing, but the terracing was a mess.
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Hasn't Italy been mentioned yet?

This article below gives Italy v Germany in 1952 as 125,000
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Siro

What is the Serie A attendance record? Surely a Milanese derby at that time would've drawn huge crowds?
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In Estádio das Antas, the old Porto stadium, I went to games in the 80's with 90000 people attending.
When I remember those games, where it were 2 in the space of one, where you should go to the bathroom before the game, because during the game the stairs were full of people and would take you 20 min. to get to the toilletes.

It was in those big games always an iminent tragedy, were only the good sense kept away any thing bad.

But I've to admit that a thing was unforgetable.
In those days the away team entered always some minutes before the home team.
So when the other team entered in the field it was 90 000 people
whistling at the same time so loud that the visitors probably had their audition damaged.
When it was Porto time to enter it was an explosion that you can imagine.

Now the Dragăo Stadium with the 52000 confortably seated viewers seems an Opera House compare to the old stadium.
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the largest figure i found for Argentina was:
71.483
Estadio Monumental, 25.6.1978, Argentina-Netherlands, Football
although i'm sure that's just the number of tickets sold, the actual attendance must have been of around 80k.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1978_FIFA_World_Cup
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183,341 - Brazil
Maracana, 31.08.1969, Brazil-Paraguay, football

149,547 - Scotland
Hampden Park, 17.04.1937, Scotland-England, football

127,000 - Portugal
da Luz, 30.06.1991, U21 Portugal-U21Brazil, football*
*official FIFA number

126,047 - England
Wembley Stadium, 28.04.1923, Bolton Wanderers FC-West Ham United FC, football

124,000 - Spain
Estádio Santiago Bernabéu, 30.05.1957, Real Madrid CF-ACF Fiorentina, football*
* according to FA and Stadionwelt magazine

121,696 - Australia
Melbourne Cricket Ground, 26.11.1970, Carlton-Collingwood, Australian rules football

119,853 - Mexico
Estadio Azteca, 07.07.1968, Mexico-Brazil, football

115,300 - USA
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, 29.03.2008, Los Angeles Dodgers-Boston Red Sox, baseball

102,358 - Russia
13.10.1963, Luzhniki Stadium, USSR - Italy, football

97,553 - Germany
Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion, 22.11.1950, Germany-Switzerland, football

96,070 - Serbia
Stadion Crvena Zvezda, 23.04.1973, FK Crvena Zvezda-Ferencvárosi TC, football

93,000 - Uruguay
Estadio Centenario, 27.07.1930, Uruguay-Yugoslavia, football*
*official FIFA number

90,726 - Austria
Ernst Happel Stadion, 30.10.1960, Austria-Spain, football

90,556 - Ireland
Croke Park, 24.09.1961, Offaly-Down, All-Ireland Senior Football

89,102 - China
National Stadium, 23.08.2008, Nigeria-Argentina, football*
*official FIFA number

88,083 - Indonesia
Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, 18.07.2007, Indonesia-South Korea, football

85,268 - Chile
Estadio Nacional, 29.12.1962, CF Universidad de Chile-CD Universidad Católica, football

83,000 - Ukraine
Olimpiysky National Sports Complex, 10.11.2001, Ukraine-Germany, football*
*official FIFA number

80,430 - France
Stade de France, 20.10.2007, South Africa-England, rugby

79,414 - Turkey
Atatürk Olimpiyat, 31.07.2002, Galatasaray SK-Olympiakos CFP, football

78,481 - Hungary
Puskás Ferenc Stadion, 27.09.1959, Hungary-USSR, football

75,263 - Greece
Olympiakó Spýros Loúis, 03.11.1983, Olympiacos CFP-Hamburger SV, football

74,576 - Wales
Millennium Stadium, 09.02.2008, Wales-Scotland, Rugby

72,762 - Romania
Stadionul Lia Manoliu , 25.11.1962, Romania-Spain, football

71,617 - Canada
Olympic Stadium , 31.07.1976, East Germany-Poland, football

71,483 - Argentina
Estadio Monumental, 25.6.1978, Argentina-Netherlands, football

71,469 - Poland
Stadion Śląski, 28.06.1958, Poland-Spain, football

70,000 - Peru
Estadio Monumental, 16.11.2003, Peru-Brasil, football*
*official FIFA number

69,300 - Netherlands
De Kuip, 04.06.1949, SVV-Heerenveen, football

64,138 - Croatia
Stadion Maksimir, 19.07.1973, NK Zagreb-NK Osijek, football

64,073 - Belgium
Heizel Stadion, 06.03.1963, RSC Anderlecht-Dundee United FC, football

62,471 - Switzerland
Wankdorfstadion, 04.07.1954, Germany-Hungary, football

58,420 - Northern Ireland
Windsor Park, 06.10.1956, Northern Ireland-England, football

52,943 - Sweden
Rĺsunda Stadium, 26.09.1965, Sweden-Germany, football

51,600 - Denmark
Parken, 30.06.1957, Denmark-Sweden, football

40,000 - Vietnam
My Dinh National Stadium, 08.07.2007, Vietnam-Qatar, football*
*official AFC number

37,096 - Norway
Ullevaall Stadion, 11.09.1949, Norway - Denmark, football

23,043 - Cyprus
GSP Stadium, 07.12.2002, APOEL-AC Omonia, football

20,204 - Iceland
Laugardalsvöllur, 18.08.2004, Iceland-Italy, football

35,102 - Malta
Ta' Qali Stadium, 16.12.1984, Malta-West Germany, football

18,000 - Albania
Qemal Stafa, 28.03.2001, Albania - England, football*
* official FIFA number

8,054 - Luxemburg
Stade Josy Barthel, 14.10.1998, Luxemburg-England, football

5,917 - Faroe Islands
Torsvollur, 08.09.2004, Faroe Islands-France, football

6,021 - Liechtenstein
Rheinpark Stadion, 06.09.2008, Liechtenstein-Germany, football

5,019 - San Marino
Stadio di Serravalle, 06.09.2006, San Marino-Germany, football

4,400 - Andorra
Poliesportiu d'Andorra, 20.04.1995, Festina Andorra-FC Barcelona, basketball
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Lowest ever Super League game in Greece:

Akratitos lowest attendance record in the first division in a game against Egaleo FC, which was only attended by 16 fans in 2005.

Here is their stadium:

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the largest figure i found for Argentina was:
71.483
Estadio Monumental, 25.6.1978, Argentina-Netherlands, Football
although i'm sure that's just the number of tickets sold, the actual attendance must have been of around 80k.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1978_FIFA_World_Cup
According to that same Wiki page:

10 June 1978 19:15, Argentina 0 – 1 Italy, Estadio Monumental, Buenos Aires, Attendance: 71,712
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183,341 - Brazil
Maracana, 31.08.1969, Brazil-Paraguay, football

149,547 - Scotland
Hampden Park, 17.04.1937, Scotland-England, football

127,000 - Portugal
da Luz, 30.06.1991, U21 Portugal-U21Brazil, football*
*official FIFA number

126,047 - England
Wembley Stadium, 28.04.1923, Bolton Wanderers FC-West Ham United FC, football

124,000 - Spain
Estádio Santiago Bernabéu, 30.05.1957, Real Madrid CF-ACF Fiorentina, football*
* according to FA and Stadionwelt magazine

121,696 - Australia
Melbourne Cricket Ground, 26.11.1970, Carlton-Collingwood, Australian rules football

119,853 - Mexico
Estadio Azteca, 07.07.1968, Mexico-Brazil, football

115,300 - USA
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, 29.03.2008, Los Angeles Dodgers-Boston Red Sox, baseball

102,358 - Russia
13.10.1963, Luzhniki Stadium, USSR - Italy, football

97,553 - Germany
Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion, 22.11.1950, Germany-Switzerland, football

96,070 - Serbia
Stadion Crvena Zvezda, 23.04.1973, FK Crvena Zvezda-Ferencvárosi TC, football

93,000 - Uruguay
Estadio Centenario, 27.07.1930, Uruguay-Yugoslavia, football*
*official FIFA number

90,726 - Austria
Ernst Happel Stadion, 30.10.1960, Austria-Spain, football

90,556 - Ireland
Croke Park, 24.09.1961, Offaly-Down, All-Ireland Senior Football

89,102 - China
National Stadium, 23.08.2008, Nigeria-Argentina, football*
*official FIFA number

88,083 - Indonesia
Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, 18.07.2007, Indonesia-South Korea, football

85,268 - Chile
Estadio Nacional, 29.12.1962, CF Universidad de Chile-CD Universidad Católica, football

83,000 - Ukraine
Olimpiysky National Sports Complex, 10.11.2001, Ukraine-Germany, football*
*official FIFA number

80,430 - France
Stade de France, 20.10.2007, South Africa-England, rugby

79,414 - Turkey
Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadi, 31.07.2002, Galatasaray SK-Olympiakos CFP, football

78,481 - Hungary
Puskás Ferenc Stadion, 27.09.1959, Hungary-USSR, football

75,263 - Greece
Olympiakó Spýros Loúis, 03.11.1983, Olympiacos CFP-Hamburger SV, football

74,576 - Wales
Millennium Stadium, 09.02.2008, Wales-Scotland, Rugby

72,762 - Romania
Stadionul Lia Manoliu , 25.11.1962, Romania-Spain, football

71,712 - Argentina
Estadio Monumental, 10.6.1978, Argentina-Italy, football

71,617 - Canada
Olympic Stadium , 31.07.1976, East Germany-Poland, football

71,469 - Poland
Stadion Śląski, 28.06.1958, Poland-Spain, football

70,000 - Peru
Estadio Monumental, 16.11.2003, Peru-Brasil, football*
*official FIFA number

69,300 - Netherlands
De Kuip, 04.06.1949, SVV-Heerenveen, football

64,138 - Croatia
Stadion Maksimir, 19.07.1973, NK Zagreb-NK Osijek, football

64,073 - Belgium
Heizel Stadion, 06.03.1963, RSC Anderlecht-Dundee United FC, football

62,471 - Switzerland
Wankdorfstadion, 04.07.1954, Germany-Hungary, football

58,420 - Northern Ireland
Windsor Park, 06.10.1956, Northern Ireland-England, football

52,943 - Sweden
Rĺsunda Stadium, 26.09.1965, Sweden-Germany, football

51,600 - Denmark
Parken, 30.06.1957, Denmark-Sweden, football

40,000 - Vietnam
My Dinh National Stadium, 08.07.2007, Vietnam-Qatar, football*
*official AFC number

37,096 - Norway
Ullevaall Stadion, 11.09.1949, Norway - Denmark, football

23,043 - Cyprus
GSP Stadium, 07.12.2002, APOEL-AC Omonia, football

20,204 - Iceland
Laugardalsvöllur, 18.08.2004, Iceland-Italy, football

35,102 - Malta
Ta' Qali Stadium, 16.12.1984, Malta-West Germany, football

18,000 - Albania
Qemal Stafa, 28.03.2001, Albania - England, football*
* official FIFA number

8,054 - Luxemburg
Stade Josy Barthel, 14.10.1998, Luxemburg-England, football

5,917 - Faroe Islands
Torsvollur, 08.09.2004, Faroe Islands-France, football

6,021 - Liechtenstein
Rheinpark Stadion, 06.09.2008, Liechtenstein-Germany, football

5,019 - San Marino
Stadio di Serravalle, 06.09.2006, San Marino-Germany, football

4,400 - Andorra
Poliesportiu d'Andorra, 20.04.1995, Festina Andorra-FC Barcelona, basketball
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UEFA Europa League (1): 2000
UEFA Super Cup (1): 2000

ULEB Eurocup (1): 2016

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IWBF Champions Cup (5): 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014
IWBF André Vergauwen Cup (1): 2017
IWBF Intercontinental Cup (4): 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012

EJU Golden League (1): 2014
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here is an interesting attendence record since its 79.5 million

79,502,524 League total season attendence (MLB 2007)
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Old January 2nd, 2009, 01:54 PM   #296
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so what's the average per game? how many games has a MLB-season?
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Old January 2nd, 2009, 03:39 PM   #297
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so what's the average per game? how many games has a MLB-season?
Average is about 30k, which is impressive considering every team has at least 162 games.
As far as I know the given attendance are tickets sold not actual gate entrance though.
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Average is about 30k, which is impressive considering every team has at least 162 games.
As far as I know the given attendance are tickets sold not actual gate entrance though.
each team has 82 home games. Overall there were 2,430 games at an average of 32,717 per game. The new york teams both had over 4 million in attendance this past season.
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Old January 3rd, 2009, 01:59 AM   #299
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@www.sercan.de: I just still don't know why do you keep the Polish attendance record on 71,469, if in fact it was 120,000 during the game between Górnik Zabrze and Austria Wien played on september 18th, AD 1963.
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Cause its not an exact or offical number.
Its more just estimated.
Actually we've discussed this some months ago
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