Average attendances of European football clubs

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The following is a table showing average attendances for football clubs in Europe in domestic league matches. The specific seasons are listed alongside each team, with the default being the 2013–14 season. Teams are included if they achieve a 25,000 average.

List of clubs[edit]

Westfalenstadion, home to Borussia Dortmund, has the highest average attendance in Europe.
Old Trafford, home to Manchester United, has the second highest average attendance in Europe.
Camp Nou, home to Barcelona, has the third highest average attendance in Europe.
Allianz Arena, home to Bayern Munich, has the fourth highest average attendance in Europe.
Santiago Bernabéu, home to Real Madrid, has the fifth highest average attendance in Europe.
Rank Club Average
Attendance
Season Stadium Country
1 Borussia Dortmund 80,297[1] 2013–14 Westfalenstadion  Germany
2 Manchester United 75,207 [2] 2013–14 Old Trafford  England
3 Barcelona 71,958[3] 2013–14 Camp Nou  Spain
4 Bayern Munich 71,000[1] 2013–14 Allianz Arena  Germany
5 Real Madrid 70,754[3] 2013–14 Santiago Bernabéu Stadium  Spain
6 Schalke 04 61,569[1] 2013–14 Veltins-Arena  Germany
7 Arsenal 59,487[2] 2013–14 Emirates Stadium  England
8 Borussia Mönchengladbach 52,239[1] 2013–14 Borussia-Park  Germany
9 Hertha Berlin 51,889[4] 2013–14 Olympiastadion  Germany
10 Hamburger SV 51,825[1] 2013–14 Imtech Arena  Germany
11 Ajax 50,907[5] 2013–14 Amsterdam ArenA  Netherlands
12 VfB Stuttgart 50,498[1] 2013–14 Mercedes-Benz Arena  Germany
13 Newcastle United 50,395[2] 2013–14 St James' Park  England
14 Manchester City 47,080[2] 2013–14 Etihad Stadium  England
15 Eintracht Frankfurt 47,052[1] 2013–14 Commerzbank-Arena  Germany
16 Celtic 46,808[6] 2013–14 Celtic Park  Scotland
17 Atlético Madrid 46,746[3] 2013–14 Vicente Calderón Stadium  Spain
18 Internazionale 46,246[7] 2013–14 San Siro  Italy
19 FC Köln (2) 46,235[4] 2013–14 RheinEnergieStadion  Germany
20 Feyenoord 45,818[5] 2013–14 De Kuip  Netherlands
21 Hannover 96 45,635[1] 2013–14 AWD-Arena  Germany
22 Paris Saint-Germain 45,420[8] 2013–14 Parc des Princes  France
23 Liverpool 44,671[2] 2013–14 Anfield  England
24 Benfica 43,613[9] 2013–14 Estádio da Luz  Portugal
25 Rangers (3) 42,938[10] 2013–14 Ibrox Stadium  Scotland
26 Chelsea 41,482[2] 2013–14 Stamford Bridge  England
27 Sunderland 41,090[2] 2013–14 Stadium of Light  England
28 Napoli 40,918[7] 2013–14 Stadio San Paolo  Italy
29 Werder Bremen 40,657[1] 2013–14 Weserstadion  Germany
30 Nuremberg 40,412[1] 2013–14 Frankenstadion  Germany
31 Roma 40,083[7] 2013–14 Stadio Olimpico  Italy
32 Milan 39,874[11] 2013–14 San Siro  Italy
33 Galatasaray 38,7051 [12] 2013–14 Türk Telekom Arena  Turkey
34 Lille OSC 38,662[8] 2013–14 Grand Stade Lille Métropole  France
35 Marseille 38,129[8] 2013–14 Stade Vélodrome  France
36 Everton 37,732[2] 2013–14 Goodison Park  England
37 Juventus 37,318[7] 2013–14 Juventus Stadium  Italy
38 Valencia 36,903[3] 2013–14 Estadio Mestalla  Spain
39 Fenerbahçe 36,6861 [12] 2013–14 Fenerbahçe Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadyumu  Turkey
40 Aston Villa 36,081[2] 2013–14 Villa Park  England
41 Tottenham Hotspur 35,808[2] 2013–14 White Hart Lane  England
42 Lyon 34,414[8] 2013–14 Stade de Gerland  France
43 West Ham United 34,197[2] 2013–14 Boleyn Ground  England
44 Fortuna Düsseldorf (2) 33,982[4] 2013–14 Esprit Arena  Germany
45 Sporting CP 33,703[9] 2013–14 Estádio José Alvalade  Portugal
46 PSV Eindhoven 33,553[5] 2013–14 Philips Stadion  Netherlands
47 Athletic Bilbao 33,383[3] 2013–14 San Mamés  Spain
48 Shakhtar Donetsk 33,335[13] 2013–14 Donbass Arena  Ukraine
49 Fiorentina 33,098[7] 2013–14 Stadio Artemio Franchi  Italy
50 Lens (2) 31,016[14] 2013–14 Stade Bollaert-Delelis  France
51 1. FSV Mainz 05 30,984[1] 2013–14 Coface Arena  Germany
52 Real Betis 30,652[3] 2013–14 Estadio Benito Villamarín  Spain
53 Sevilla 30,545[3] 2013–14 Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán  Spain
54 Saint-Étienne 30,390[8] 2013–14 Stade Geoffroy-Guichard  France
55 Southampton 30,212 [2] 2013–14 St Mary's  England
56 Kaiserslautern (2) 29,943[4] 2013–14 Fritz Walter Stadion  Germany
57 Twente 29,583[5] 2013–14 De Grolsch Veste  Netherlands
58 Lazio 29,548[7] 2013–14 Stadio Olimpico  Italy
59 FC Augsburg 29,295[1] 2013–14 SGL arena  Germany
60 Porto 28,685[9] 2013–14 Estádio do Dragão  Portugal
61 Bayer Leverkusen 28,452[1] 2013–14 BayArena  Germany
62 FC St. Pauli (2) 28,371[4] 2013–14 Millerntor-Stadion  Germany
63 Nantes 28,116[8] 2013–14 Stade de la Beaujoire  France
64 VfL Wolfsburg 28,103[1] 2013–14 Volkswagen Arena  Germany
65 FC Basel 27,841[15] 2013–14 St. Jakob-Park   Switzerland
66 Cardiff City 27,430[2] 2013–14 Cardiff City Stadium  Wales2
67 Brighton & Hove Albion (2) 27,283[16] 2013–14 Falmer Stadium  England
68 Dynamo Dresden (2) 27,004[4] 2013–14 Glücksgas Stadium  Germany
69 1899 Hoffenheim 26,907[1] 2013–14 Rhein-Neckar-Arena  Germany
70 Norwich City 26,805[2] 2013–14 Carrow Road  England
71 Dynamo Kyiv 26,681[13] 2013–14 NSC Olimpiyskiy  Ukraine
72 Stoke City 26,137[2] 2013–14 Britannia Stadium  England
73 Elche 25,320[3] 2013–14 Estadio Manuel Martínez Valero  Spain
74 Club Brugge 25,2223 [17] 2013–14 Jan Breydel Stadium  Belgium
75 West Bromwich Albion 25,194[2] 2013–14 The Hawthorns  England
76 Leeds United (2) 25,088[16] 2013–14 Elland Road  England

^1 As of 3 February 2014
^2 Although Cardiff City are a Welsh club, they are part of the English league system.
^3 As of 11 April 2014

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

Teams playing outside the top division of each nation in the season indicated in this table are denoted with a (2) for the second level, and a (3) for the third level.

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