Camp Nou : Attendance leader in European leagues this season
Barça, leader of LaLiga, also leads Europe with regard to the average number of spectators in the stadiums. Camp Nou is the stadium registers the highest attendance figures of the different leagues of the continent so far this season. With an average of 83,194 attendees In the seven games played this season at home, the Estadi has more than the 81,032 spectators on average for the Signal Iduna Park (Borussia Dortmund) and the 75,007 of the Allianz Arena (Bayern Munich).
There are only three more clubs that exceed 70,000 viewers on average in Europe. Manchester United is close to 75,000 in Premier League matches (74,184) and Milan (72,656) and Inter (72,080), who share the stadium, San Siro for the ‘rossoneri’ and Giuseppe Meazza for the ‘nerazzurri’. In LaLiga, the difference is even bigger since after the Camp Nou, the stadiums with the greatest attendance are the Santiago Bernabéu (57,552), with limited capacity of 62,900 spectators due to the works being completed, and the Civitas Metropolitano (54,507).
Two games with more than 90,000 spectators
Despite the fact that the other greats of LaLiga, Real Madrid and Atlético de Madrid, are yet to pass through the Camp Nou, and that the Champions League match against Bayern Munich was already played without options of going to the round of 16 for those of Xavi Hernandez In two games this season, 90,000 spectators have already been exceeded twice. That happends despite the fact that since the match against Celta on October 9 in fact, a part of the third tier of Gol Sud was already closed to the public due to the start of works at the Estadi.
The first was the duel against the Inter, where Xavi Hernández’s team was playing to continue with options in the Champions League (92,302 viewers). The second against Almeria, where the farewell of Gerard Piqué encouraged many culés to go to the stadium (92,605 viewers), which recorded the biggest entry of the course that day. In contrast, the worst attendance was recorded against Villarreal (73,261 spectators), with the schedule (Thursday, October 20 at 9:00 p.m.) was a major determining factor.
Counting the League and the Champions League, attendance at the Camp Nou in the ten games this season is almost identical between one competition and the other. In the maximum continental competition, 1,500 more spectators came (84,576), thus raising the total average of this course, the first one that started without any type of restrictions since the pandemic, at the Estadi by 83,608 attendees.
The Camp Nou, leading the chart
FC Barcelona 83,194
Borussia Dortmund 81,032
Bayern Munich 75,007
Manchester Utd 74,184
Olympic Marseille 62,136
Schalke 04 60,870
FANS IN THE CAMP NOU, GAME BY GAME
League (R-1) FCB-Rayo Vallecano (0-0) 81,104
League (R-3) FCB-Valladolid (4-0) 83,972
Champions League (R-1) FCB-Viktoria Plzen (5-1) 77,411
League (R-6) FCB-Elche (3-0) 85,073
League (R-8) FCB-Celtic (1-0) 81,525
Champions League (R-4) FCB-Inter (3-3) 92,302
League (R-10) FCB-Villarreal (3-0) 73,261
League (R-11) FCB-Athletic (4-0) 84,817
Champions (R-5) FCB-Bayern (0-3) 84,016
League (R-13) FCB-Almería (2-0) 92,605
LEAGUE AVERAGE: 83,194
CHAMPIONS AVERAGE: 84,576
TOTAL AVERAGE: 83,608