List of sports attendance figures
This article lists the attendance of many sports competitions around the world, based in some cases on the number of tickets sold or given away, rather than people actually present. The list is almost exclusively field and arena ball sports. Top leagues in weekly attendance includes speedway sports.
Some of the highest attendances of any sport are in Three Day Eventing, with Badminton averaging 250,000 on Cross-Country day, and Burghley 2016 having 160,000 attendees over the 4 days.
- 1 Domestic professional leagues
- 2 Top leagues in recent domestic club championship event attendance
- 3 Semi-professional and amateur leagues
- 4 Representative matches
- 5 International club competitions
- 6 International tournaments
- 7 International club championship final events
- 8 International club competition final (two decider matches)
- 9 See also
- 10 Notes
- 11 References
- 12 External links
Domestic professional leagues
Top leagues in total attendance
|Major League Baseball||Baseball||United States/Canada||2016||30||2,425||43,103||30,168||73,159,068|
|Nippon Professional Baseball||Baseball||Japan||2016||12||858||36,166||29,115||24,981,514|
|National Basketball Association||Basketball||United States/Canada||2015–16||30||1,230||19,122 *||17,864||21,972,129|
|National Hockey League||Ice hockey||United States/Canada||2015–16||30||1,230||18,332 *||17,481||21,501,156|
|National Football League||American football||United States||2015||32||256||69,800||68,400||17,510,312|
|Premier League||Association football||England/Wales||2015–16||20||380||38,519||36,451||13,851,698|
|Minor League Baseball (AAA)||Baseball||United States||2016||30||2,073||11,149||6,671||13,829,761|
|La Liga||Association football||Spain||2015–16||20||380||39,532||28,168||10,703,881|
|Football League Championship||Association football||England/Wales||2015–16||24||552||26,234||17,583||9,705,635|
|Serie A||Association football||Italy||2015–16||20||380||41,174||22,644||8,604,537|
|Minor League Baseball (AA)||Baseball||United States||2016||30||2,015||7,545||4,193||8,450,008|
|Korea Professional Baseball||Baseball||South Korea||2016||10||720||21,830||11,582||8,338,577|
|Canadian Hockey League||Ice hockey||Canada/United States||2015–16||60||2,084||6,645||3,967||8,267,924|
* Seating room only
Top 10 Stadiums in total attendance in a calendar year
|Dodger Stadium||Baseball||United States||2015||81||46,479||3,764,815|
|Yankee Stadium||Baseball / Association Football||United States||2015 2015||97||38,011||3,687,062|
|Busch Stadium||Baseball||United States||2015||81||43,467||3,520,889|
|AT&T Park||Baseball||United States||2015||81||41,677||3,375,882|
|Melbourne Cricket Ground||Cricket / Australian Rules Football / Association Football||Australia||2015 2015 2015||60||51,859||3,111,593|
|Angel Stadium of Anaheim||Baseball||United States||2015||81||37,194||3,012,765|
|Wrigley Field||Baseball||United States||2015||81||36,540||2,959,812|
|Fenway Park||Baseball||United States||2015||81||35,564||2,880,694|
Top 10 leagues in average attendance
|National Football League||American football||United States||2015||32||256||17,510,312||68,400|||
|German Bundesliga||Association football||Germany||2013–14||18||306||13,311,300||43,501|||
|Premier League||Association football||England / Wales||2015–16||20||380||13,851,698||36,451|||
|Australian Football League||Australian football||Australia||2014||18||207||6,954,585||33,598||[Note 1]|
|Indian Premier League||Twenty20 Cricket||India||2014||8||60||1,905,000||31,750|||
|Major League Baseball||Baseball||United States / Canada||2016||30||2,425||73,159,068||30,168|||
|Big Bash League||Twenty20 Cricket||Australia||2016–17||8||35||1,053,997||30,114|||
|Nippon Professional Baseball||Baseball||Japan||2016||12||858||24,981,514||29,115|||
|Indian Super League||Association football||India||2015||8||60||1,634,008||27,111|||
|La Liga||Association football||Spain||2013–14||20||380||10,242,900||26,955|||
Highest attendance by sport
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|Motor racing||Formula One||International||100,482||1,909,158|
|American football||National Football League||United States||68,400||17,510,312|
|Australian football||Australian Football League||Australia||33,428||6,886,266|
|Cricket||Indian Premier League||India||31,750||1,905,000|
|Baseball||Major League Baseball||United States and Canada||30,168||73,159,068|
|Hurling||All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship||Ireland||24,818||403,434|
|Canadian football||Canadian Football League||Canada||24,737||2,003,714|
|Rugby union||Super Rugby||Argentina, Australia, Japan, New Zealand and South Africa||20,384||2,547,978|
|Basketball||National Basketball Association||United States and Canada||17,864||21,972,129|
|Ice hockey||National Hockey League||United States and Canada||17,481||21,501,156|
|Gaelic football||All-Ireland Senior Football Championship||Ireland||17,284||553,076|
|Rugby league||National Rugby League||Australia and New Zealand||16,074||3,230,867|
|Indoor lacrosse||National Lacrosse League||United States and Canada||9,123||830,206|
|Arena football||Arena Football League||United States||8,947||957,414|
|Indoor soccer||Major Indoor Soccer League||United States||4,658||326,060|
|Field Lacrosse||Major League Lacrosse||United States and Canada||4,384||245,528|
|Netball||ANZ Championship||Australia and New Zealand||4,072||293,184|
|Bandy||Russian Bandy Super League||Russia||2,665||538,412|
|Volleyball||Lega Pallavolo Serie A||Italy||2,446||381,576|
|Softball||National Pro Fastpitch||United States||1,127||135,331|
|Floorball||Swedish Super League (men's floorball)||Sweden||972||208,008|
Top leagues in weekly attendance
Note that other ticketed activities in motor sports such as practices and qualifying are not included in the number of "games" in a week.
|Tour de France||Cycling–Road||France / England||2014||22||21||12,000,000||571,429||7||4,000,003|
|Giro d'Italia||Cycling–Road||Italy / Northern Ireland / Ireland||2014||22||21||11,800,000||561,905||7||3,933,335|
|Vuelta a España||Cycling–Road||Spain||2014||22||21||2,500,000||119,048||7||833,336|
|Major League Baseball||Baseball||United States / Canada||2016||30||2,425||73,159,068||30,168||7||211,176|
|Big Bash League||Cricket||Australia||2016-17||8||35||1,053,997||30,114||6||175,666|
|Nippon Professional Baseball||Baseball||Japan||2016||12||858||24,981,514||29,115||6||174,690|
|Formula 1||Motor racing||World||2014||11||19||1,909,158||100,482||1||100,482|
|NASCAR||Motor racing||United States||2013||19||36||3,594,708||99,853||1||99,853|
|Indian Premier League||Cricket||India||2015||8||60||2,000,000||32,800||3||98,400|
|Indy Car||Motor racing||United States / Canada / Japan||2009||13||17||1,555,772||91,516||1||91,516|
|National Basketball Association||Basketball||United States / Canada||2015–16||30||1,230||21,972,129||17,864||4||71,456|
|National Hockey League||Ice hockey||United States / Canada||2015–16||30||1,230||21,501,156||17,481||4||69,924|
|KBO League||Baseball||South Korea||2016||10||720||8,338,577||11,582||6||69,492|
|National Football League||American football||United States||2015||32||254||17,510,312||68,400||1||68,400|
|Bangladesh Premier League||Cricket||Bangladesh||2015||6||34||742,000||21,824||3||65,472|
|Mexican Pacific League||Baseball||Mexico||2016–17||8||268||2,625,495||9,797||6||58,782|
|International League (AAA)[I]||Baseball||United States||2016||14||969||6,765,909||6,982||6||41,892|
|Pacific Coast League (AAA)[I]||Baseball||United States||2016||16||1,104||7,063,852||6,398||6||38,388|
|Premier League||Association football||England / Wales||2015–16||20||380||13,851,698||36,451||1||36,451|
|Super GT||Motor racing||Japan / Malaysia||2013||37||8||278,900||34,862||1||34,862|
|Australian Football League||Australian rules football||Australia||2016||18||206||6,869,999||33,188||1||33,188|
|Liga Venezolana de Beisbol||Baseball||Venezuela||2016–17||8||247||1,275,317||5,163||6||30,978|
|Texas League||Baseball||United States||2016||8||541||2,699,623||4,990||6||29,940|
|Chinese Baseball League||Baseball||Taiwan||2016||4||240||1,409,312||5,872||5||29,360|
|Liga Mexicana de Béisbol||Baseball||Mexico||2016||16||848||4,032,047||4,755||6||28,530|
|La Liga||Association football||Spain||2015–16||20||380||10,712,535||28,191||1||28,191|
* Games in a week only by team
* Weekly attendance only by team
Top leagues in recent domestic club championship event attendance
This section lists the most recent attendances at annual championship events (single decider matches or the final match in a best-of series only) by total attendance, and includes domestic leagues and competitions. It has to be noted that the listed crowd figures are usually a reflection of a championship venue's capacity, as demand for these events is generally so high that any stadium or arena would be filled to capacity.
The method by which championship venue(s) are determined can indirectly affect the attendance of such a match.
In most competitions that use a best-of final series, each individual match typically takes place at one team's home venue. In the Philippine Basketball Association, a competition in which no team has its own home arena, finals matches (including any that can potentially end a series) are held at two large venues in Metro Manila, Smart Araneta Coliseum and Mall of Asia Arena.
In most competitions that have a one-off final, the site is determined well in advance. Some competitions have a permanent site for their finals. Two notable examples are the Australian Football League, whose Grand Final is always at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), and the Gaelic Athletic Association, which holds its final matches in Gaelic football and hurling at Croke Park. Others determine the final venue anywhere from months to years before the event, such as the NFL, which determines the host of the Super Bowl more than three years in advance.
However, one transnational club event in rugby union (whose final attendance is listed in a separate table) uses a very different system. In Super Rugby, the final is awarded to the finalist that finished higher in the league table during the regular season. Another transnational club event in the same sport, Pro12 (formerly Celtic League), used the same method to determine the host of its final until 2015, when it began to use a predetermined site.
Of the eight American college sports conferences that sponsor football in the top-level Division I FBS that have season-ending conference championship games, five have a permanent site for their title games and three award hosting rights to the division champion with the better record in conference play (with tiebreakers used as needed).
For the purposes of this table, "domestic" is defined to include leagues which are historically focused in one country, but may have teams in one or more nearby countries. Examples of this phenomenon include:
- Of the six largest professional leagues in English-speaking North America, only the two gridiron football leagues—the NFL and CFL—operate on one side of the U.S.–Canada border. Of the four traditional "major leagues", only the NHL has more than one team in Canada; since 2011–12, it has 23 teams in the U.S. and seven in Canada. Major League Soccer, in recent years becoming increasingly accepted as a fifth "major league", will have 19 U.S. teams and three Canadian teams in its upcoming 2017 season, and will add at least one more U.S. team in 2018.
- The Gaelic Athletic Association, which governs Gaelic games, is mostly restricted to the island of Ireland, although teams from London and New York City participate in its senior championships.
- Two major Australian leagues—the National Rugby League (rugby league) and A-League (association football)—have included a team from New Zealand since their inception.
- The vast majority of the teams competing in rugby league's Super League have been from England. Only three teams from outside the country, two from France and one from Wales, have ever competed in the league, and only one of these teams (from France) currently competes at this level.
- Although the Challenge Cup of rugby league currently includes teams from France, Wales, and Canada, and has in the past also had teams from Scotland and Russia, the overwhelming majority of the competing teams are from England.
- The English association football pyramid includes several clubs from Wales, although Welsh clubs do not necessarily participate at every level in a given season. Since the 2011–12 season, a Welsh club (Swansea City) has competed in the Premier League, and a second Welsh club (Cardiff City) competed for one year in the 2013–14 season before being relegated.
- The Kontinental Hockey League is headquartered in Moscow and is mostly a Russian league, although as of the current 2016–17 season it also has teams in Belarus, China, Croatia, Finland, Kazakhstan, Latvia, and Slovakia.
The EuroLeague in basketball is transnational in that it includes teams from multiple European countries, but is domestic in the sense of being a championship for the single entity of Europe. It is governed by Euroleague Basketball, an explicitly pan-European body that is independent of the continental governing body of FIBA Europe.
This contrasts with leagues such as Super Rugby and Pro12, which operate in multiple countries with more than one team in most (Super Rugby) or all (Pro12) of their participating countries, and also make no pretense of being a championship for a continental-size region.
- The Top 14 final is traditionally held at Stade de France in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis. The 2016 final was moved to Camp Nou because of a scheduling conflict with UEFA Euro 2016.
- This attendance figure is for the originally scheduled 2016 All-Ireland final, which ended in a draw and thus required a replay. The replayed match drew a crowd of 82,249.
- Competition name changed to "EFL Cup" effective with the 2016–17 tournament, following the renaming of the sponsoring organisation from The Football League to the English Football League.
- Competition name changed to "EFL Trophy" effective with the 2016–17 tournament, following the renaming of the sponsoring organisation from The Football League to the English Football League.
- Friends Arena is a retractable-roof stadium used primarily for association football and music events.
- Parken Stadium is a retractable-roof stadium used primarily for association football and music events.
Semi-professional and amateur leagues
This section lists college and amateur leagues by total attendance. Remaining amateurism requirements in the majority of top-level sports were dropped in the late 20th century, and there are now only a few amateur leagues which are of interest to a wide public. In the United States, college sports are very popular and at least one significant ice hockey league retains an amateur requirement. In Ireland, the All-Ireland senior championships in Gaelic football and hurling, both operated by the Gaelic Athletic Association, which continues to prohibit professionalism, each draw over 80,000 to fill Croke Park for the respective finals.
The NCAA championships listed here are all composed of several separate conferences with varying attendance levels. For example, in American football, per-game home attendances for the highest level of competition, Division I FBS, in the 2015 season ranged from 15,316 for Mid-American Conference teams to 78,630 for Southeastern Conference teams.[Note 3] NCAA Division I FBS football has the 2nd highest average attendance worldwide for any league-wide sport (behind the National Football League) and the 2nd highest overall attendance worldwide (behind Major League Baseball). For College Baseball, Dudy Noble Field, Polk-DeMent Stadium at Mississippi State University holds the on-campus attendance record at 15,586 and all of college baseball's Top 11 on-campus largest crowds.
|NCAA Division I FBS football||College American football||United States||2015||864||37,957,921||43,933|||
|All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship||Hurling||Ireland||2015||11||272,996||24,818|||
|All-Ireland Senior Football Championship||Gaelic football||Ireland||2015||32||553,076||17,284|||
|NCAA Division I FCS football||College American football||United States||2015||668||5,571,456||8,341|||
|Cuban National Series||Baseball||Cuba||2006–07||720||4,759,200||6,610|||
|Varsity Cup||Varsity Rugby||South Africa||2011||31||178,622||5,762|||
|NCAA Division I men's basketball||College basketball||United States||2015–16||[Note 4]5,542||[Note 5]27,234,610||4,914|||
|NCAA Division I men's hockey||Ice hockey||United States||2011–12||1,018||3,696,831||3,631||[Note 6]|
|NCAA Division I women's basketball||College basketball||United States||2015–16||[Note 4]5,204||[Note 5]8,286,356||1,592|||
This list covers special annual matches for representative sides that are not covered elsewhere by international or domestic fixtures. They include state or regional matches, annual commemorative games and publicly voted all-star selections. This type of events are unknown within European nations.
International club competitions
This section lists the attendances at international competitions between sport clubs, ranked by total attendance. These are usually organised on a continental basis. The teams which compete in these tournaments also compete in the domestic competitions in their home countries.
|UEFA Champions League||Association football||Europe||2015–16||125||5,128,020||41,024|||
|FIFA Club World Cup||Association football||Worldwide||2015||8||272,312||34,039|||
|Champions League T20||Cricket||Worldwide||2014||28||856,089||30,575|||
|Copa Libertadores||Association football||South America||2015||138||3,361,985||24,362|||
|Challenge Cup||Rugby league||Europe||2015||77||208,955||20,817|||
|Super Rugby||Rugby union||SANZAAR||2013||125||2,003,641||19,644|||
|UEFA Europa League||Association football||Europe||2014–15||205||4,003,151||19,528|||
|World Club Series||Rugby League||Worldwide||2015||3||51,812||17,270|
|AFC Champions League||Association football||Asia||2015||126||2,123,583||16,854|||
|European Rugby Champions Cup||Rugby union||Europe||2015–16||67||669,429||13,389|||
|Copa Sudamericana||Association football||South America||2015||92||1,097,414||11,928|||
|CONCACAF Champions League||Association football||North America||2012–13||62||584,009||9,420|||
|AFC Cup||Association football||Asia||2011||117||676,464||5,781|||
1 Current competition
2 Group stage only
3 This includes all stages except for the Euroleague Final Four.
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This section lists the attendances at international competitions between national teams. These are usually organised on a continental basis. The teams which compete in these tournaments may also have competed in qualifying tournaments. The winners of continental championships usually play in a world cup or championship.
- 1The World Baseball Classic and World Cup of Hockey are hosted in different regions of the world to boost attendance, as opposed to being hosted in one region like other international tournaments.
International club championship final events
These are restricted to final matches of international club events.
International club competition final (two decider matches)
These are restricted to final matches of international club events, played in a two-legged tie format. The two matches may be held in one or two different venues.
|Competition||Sport||Continent||Year||Venue||City||Match Crowd||Total Crowd||Source|
|Copa Libertadores||Association football||South America||2008||Casa Blanca Stadium||Quito, Ecuador||62,662||148,689|||
|Maracanã||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||86,027|
|CONCACAF Champions League||Association football||North America||2015||Estadio Azteca||Mexico City, Mexico||56,783||117,787|||
|Stade Olympique||Montreal, Quebec, Canada||61,004|||
|AFC Champions League||Association football||Asia & Australia||2014||Parramatta Stadium||Sydney, Australia||20,053||83,816|||
|King Fahd International Stadium||Riyadh, Saudi Arabia||63,763|
|Champions Hockey League||Ice hockey||Europe||2009||Magnitogorsk Arena||Magnitogorsk||7,700||13,900|||
|Diners Club Arena||Zürich||6,200|||
|FIBA Intercontinental Cup||Basketball||Worldwide||2013||Ginásio José Corrêa||Barueri||4,500||7,500||2013 FIBA Intercontinental Cup|
- List of National Football League attendance figures
- List of Major League Baseball attendance figures
- List of National Hockey League attendance figures
- List of professional sports leagues by revenue
- List of attendance figures at domestic professional sports teams
- This figure includes the 9 matches of the 2014 finals series. Considering regular-season games only, total attendance was 6,384,742, with an average of 32,246.
- This number is the average attendance per session. The NCAA Division I wrestling championship finals are contested in six sessions over three days, with separate ticketing for each session. The total attendance for the entire tournament was 113,013.
- This includes all regular-season games, bowl games for FBS teams, and playoff games and other postseason games in FCS and lower divisions. It does not include postseason all-star games.
- The actual number of games is slightly greater than the cited figure. In most postseason tournaments, as well as some special events during the regular season, tickets are sold for "sessions" instead of games. For example, in the NCAA men's tournament, in which 67 games are played in all, tickets are sold for 36 sessions. All NCAA tournament sessions consist of two games, except for the four regional finals and the national championship game; a single ticket admits the holder to both games of a two-game session.
- This figure covers all games, including the NCAA tournament and other postseason tournaments.
- This figure includes only regular-season home games for each team. It includes special outdoor events, but does not include neutral-site games, conference tournaments, or the NCAA tournament.
- Since the game's inception in 2013, it has featured an A-League all stars team against a visiting foreign club.
- Since 2005, the game has featured an MLS all-star team against a visiting foreign club team.
- Since the 2010–11 season, Ireland and Wales have fielded four teams each, and Italy and Scotland have fielded two each.
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