Highest average attendances in World in club football 2013-2018 : Newcastle United stand out
The highest average attendances in World football.
The CIES Football Observatory showing the average highest crowds in World football, club by club, between 2013 and 2018.
The stats only showing for the seasons when clubs were in the top tier of their respective leagues.
Report from the CIES Football Observatory:
‘With over 80,000 spectators per match, Borussia Dortmund is top of the rankings for attendance by club.
The Ruhr team is ahead of four football giants: Manchester United, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid.
Five German clubs are in the top ten rankings (the two already cited, Schalke 04, Hamburg and Stuttgart).
Atlanta United is the most popular non-European club (10th in total).’
The CIES Football Observatory top 50+:
As you can see, it shows Newcastle United as high as 13th in the World when it comes to support, an average of 50,721 when in the Premier League between 2013 and 2018.
Miguel Almiron’s old club in tenth spot.
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