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Old May 27th, 2008, 06:23 PM   #121
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For azteca stadium, the record was 119,853 spectators acording to the fmf in the game between mexico vs brazil.
that is the mexicos records.
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If I'm right the Stadium had no roof at that time, do you confirm it?
I confirm it, it didnt had a roof, there is the picture of that game.



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Old May 28th, 2008, 01:46 AM   #124
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For azteca stadium, the record was 119,853 spectators acording to the fmf in the game between mexico vs brazil.
that is the mexicos records.
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Do you know the date?
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199,854 - Brazil
Maracana, 16.06.1950, Brazil-Uruguay, 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, 0?.0?.19??, Mexico-Brazil, football

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

42,099 - Denmark
Parken, 08.10.2005, Denmark-Greece, football
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199,854 - Brazil
Maracana, 16.06.1950, Brazil-Uruguay, 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, 0?.0?.19??, Mexico-Brazil, football

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

42,099 - Denmark
Parken, 08.10.2005, Denmark-Greece, football
120,000 people attended a Notre Dame/Army college football game in 1928 at Soldier Field, according to the NCAA's official estimate
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115,300 - USA
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, 29.03.2008, Los Angeles Dodgers-Boston Red Sox, baseball


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Interesting that this figure is also not exact
115,300 tickets were available and sold pregame..In other words,this attendance figure was based on the number of available tickets sold ,not the actual amount of people through the turnstyles

115,300 was predicted well before the game.
http://cbs2.com/sports/Dodgers.coliseum.2.687179.html

I still have my doubts on how they fit over 20,000 people on the field,when real seating capacity is less than 95,000.
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Old May 28th, 2008, 07:14 AM   #128
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Most US sporting events have moved to tickets sold instead of people in seats. It's easier to count and gets down to what the teams want... tickets sold regardless of they could make it or not.

This becomes much more evident for teams/sports with a large percentage of their seats going to season ticket holders. Many season ticket holders can't attend every game in a season (e.g. all 82 games in a baseball season), but are still counted anyway since it's a sold ticket. Games in the middle of a workday are notorious for having an announced attendance many times the actual people in the stands.

I actually don't remember the last time I went to a sporting event with a turnstile.
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Interesting that this figure is also not exact
115,300 tickets were available and sold pregame..In other words,this attendance figure was based on the number of available tickets sold ,not the actual amount of people through the turnstyles

115,300 was predicted well before the game.
http://cbs2.com/sports/Dodgers.coliseum.2.687179.html

I still have my doubts on how they fit over 20,000 people on the field,when real seating capacity is less than 95,000.
it is entirely possible to fit 115,000 people in the stadium...the official capacity of 92,000 is when the stadium is in football mode



as you can see, many of the seats behind the endzone have been closed off and temporary stands have been placed closer to the field...when the stadium was used for basebal the temp stands were moved and the extra seats were opened up, allowing thousands of extra seats to be filled



...and 115,300 was the actual announced attendance at the game
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Most US sporting events have moved to tickets sold instead of people in seats. It's easier to count and gets down to what the teams want... tickets sold regardless of they could make it or not.

This becomes much more evident for teams/sports with a large percentage of their seats going to season ticket holders. Many season ticket holders can't attend every game in a season (e.g. all 82 games in a baseball season), but are still counted anyway since it's a sold ticket. Games in the middle of a workday are notorious for having an announced attendance many times the actual people in the stands.

I actually don't remember the last time I went to a sporting event with a turnstile.
this isnt true at all

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I actually don't remember the last time I went to a sporting event with a turnstile.
have you ever had your ticket scanned while walking into a game? If they went by tickets sold i think a large amount of games would be sellouts when they arent...The Redskins have sold out every game since the 60's and FedEx Field has never been at capacity for a game.
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it is entirely possible to fit 115,000 people in the stadium...the official capacity of 92,000 is when the stadium is in football mode


...and 115,300 was the actual announced attendance at the game
OK..I never realised those seats behind the endzone werent sold for Football..All I have heard is that the capacity of LA Coliseum was 92,000...If thats the case,then there are probably over 100,000 permanant seats in the venue,but no sport or event (except baseball) would actually use them all.
Interesting.

Still ..you have to question that 115,300 figure based on tickets sold.
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120,000 people attended a Notre Dame/Army college football game in 1928 at Soldier Field, according to the NCAA's official estimate
Correct. I don't know why everyone's arguing about the Dodgers game, when Soldier Field in the 20's and 30's held 120,000+ and sold out not only the Notre Dame/Army game, but also high school championship games (1937).
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OK..I never realised those seats behind the endzone werent sold for Football..All I have heard is that the capacity of LA Coliseum was 92,000...If thats the case,then there are probably over 100,000 permanant seats in the venue,but no sport or event (except baseball) would actually use them all.
Interesting.

Still ..you have to question that 115,300 figure based on tickets sold.
id believe it...the organizers of the game were pretty set on breaking the attendance record...im sure there was 115,000+ at the game

i dont think a lot of people would have missed that game if they had tickets. its not likely they would ever get the opportunity to see the game like that again

in the end it doesnt even matter as the game was not the highest attended game in American history anyway
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Though not a hard fast rule... more often than not, most US sports do count tickets sold (or distributed) as the official attendance. MLB's (Major League Baseball) official attendance is tickets sold. NBA (basketball) and NHL (hockey) use tickets distributed (tickets sold + complimentary tickets given). The NFL allows teams to individually decide, but most of the ones I know go with the larger figure (which of course is tickets sold).

Like the NFL, the NCAA allows colleges to use their own method. But my experience is that most use tickets sold. At Texas, we don't have turnstiles and there is a mix of electronic (bar coded) and paper tickets. They announce the attendance every game in the second quarter. There is no way they would be able to reconcile no shows. I can't speak to how every school or conference handles it, but in talking to friends at other Big XII and Big 10 schools it's handled as tickets sold. The NCAA also supports either method for determining Division I status. (15k average attendance for D-1).

I mean think about it from a business standpoint. What incentive do these teams/schools from quoting a smaller number? It's more work and it's not their fault if a ticket holder decided not to go. They can't resell that seat. It's simpler and reinforces the idea of how popular the team is.

http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-...,3422667.story
http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pitt.../s_465583.html

Even at last year's ACC championship game with your VT Hokies, the announced attendance was tickets sold: http://www.roanoke.com/sports/vtfootball/wb/141950

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are those 120k at Soldier Field estimated?
Possible to find the exact number?
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are those 120k at Soldier Field estimated?
Possible to find the exact number?
Theres no exact number, but the NCAA's official estimate is that the attendance was around 120,000.
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but estimated woul be unfair for the other ones (Maracana +200,000, Wembley +200,000 etc.)
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According to stretfordend.co.uk, which is officially recognised as the stat provider for manutd.com, the official attendance for the away leg of the 1957 European Cup Semi Final between Real Madrid and Manchester United (on 11th April 1957) was 135,000.

Also, the same fixture at the same stage of the 1968 European Cup attracted 125,000.

Both these figures are higher than the 124,000 quoted here for attendances in Spain.

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