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.

Domestic professional leagues

Top 10 stadiums in total attendance in a calendar year

StadiumSport(s)CountrySeasonGamesAverage
attendance
Total
attendance
Dodger Stadium BaseballUnited States20168145,7193,703,312
Yankee Stadium Baseball/ Association Football United States20169835,9773,525,741
Melbourne Cricket Ground Australian football/ Cricket/ Rugby League Australia20186554,1283,518,305
Busch Stadium BaseballUnited

States

20168142,5243,444,490
Rogers Centre BaseballCanada20168141,8803,392,299
Oracle Park BaseballUnited States20168141,5463,365,256
Wrigley Field BaseballUnited States20168139,9063,232,420
Angel Stadium BaseballUnited States 20168137,2363,016,142
Tokyo Dome BaseballJapan20167241,7243,004,108

Top 10 leagues in average attendance

As of 6 June 2019
LeagueSportCountrySeasonTeamsGamesTotal
attendance
Average
attendance
Ref(s)
National Football League American Football United States 2017 32 256 17,788,671 67,405 [1]
BundesligaAssociation footballGermany2018–191830613,298,14743,458[2]
Premier LeagueAssociation footballEngland2018–192038014,503,95438,168[3]
Australian Football LeagueAustralian footballAustralia2019182077,517,64736,317[4]
Indian Premier LeagueCricketIndia20188601,968,00032,800[5]
Nippon Professional BaseballBaseballJapan20171285825,139,46329,300[6]
Big Bash LeagueCricketAustralia2016–178351,053,99730,114[7]
Major League BaseballBaseballUnited States
(1 club in Canada)
2018302,415 [lower-alpha 1]69,625,24428,830[8]
La LigaAssociation footballSpain2018–192038010,200,45826,843[9]
Serie AAssociation footballItaly2018–19203809,590,16625,237[10]
  1. This number reflects the number of regular-season game dates. It accounts for weather-related postponements that were made up as doubleheaders, plus the two tiebreaker games that were played at the end of the season (which are officially counted as part of the regular season). A total of 2,432 regular-season games were played – 2,430 on the original schedule plus the two tiebreakers.[8]

Highest attended leagues by sport

Sport League Country Average
Attendance
Total
Attendance
Motor racing Formula One International 203,570[11] 4,071,400
American football National Football League United States 67,405[12] 17,510,312
Association football Bundesliga Germany 44,646[13] 13,661,796
Australian football Australian Football League Australia 36,687[14] 7,594,257
Hurling All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Ireland 29,075[15] 348,905
Baseball Major League Baseball United States and Canada 28,198[16] 68,494,895
Cricket Indian Premier LeagueIndia26,5423,422,000
Canadian football Canadian Football League Canada 24,644[17] 1,996,182
Rugby union Super Rugby Five countries 20,384 2,547,978
Gaelic football All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Ireland 19,055[15] 628,818
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
Rugby league National Rugby League Australia and New Zealand 16,074 1,182,437
Netball Suncorp Super Netball Australia 10,000 407,290
Box Lacrosse National Lacrosse League United States and Canada 9,411[18] 762,367
Arena football Arena Football League United States 8,947 957,414
Indoor soccer Major Indoor Soccer League United States 4,658 326,060
Handball Handball-Bundesliga Germany 4,585 1,568,167
Field Lacrosse Major League Lacrosse United States and Canada 4,384 245,528
Bandy Russian Bandy Super League Russia 2,665 538,412
Volleyball Lega Pallavolo Serie A Italy 2,446 381,576
Pesäpallo Superpesis Finland 1,389 250,098
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.

LeagueSportCountrySeasonTeamsGamesTotal
attendance
Average
attendance
Games /
week (*)
Weekly
attendance (*)
Tour de FranceCycling–RoadFrance2014222112,000,000571,42974,000,003
Giro d'ItaliaCycling–RoadItaly2014222111,800,000561,90573,933,335
Tour Down UnderCycling–RoadAustralia2019196850,000140,0006850,000
Vuelta a EspañaCycling–RoadSpain201422212,500,000119,0487833,336
Major League BaseballBaseballUnited States / Canada2017302,41972,670,42330,0427210,294
Formula 1Motor racingWorld201710204,071,400203,5701203,570
Supercars ChampionshipMotor racingAustralia201716251,754,501116,0001116,000
Nippon Professional BaseballBaseballJapan20171285825,139,46329,3006175,800
MotoGPMotor racingWorld201416182,473,624137,4231137,423
NASCARMotor racingUnited States201319363,594,70899,853199,853
Indy CarMotor racingUnited States / Canada / Japan200913171,555,77291,516191,516
Indian Premier LeagueCricketIndia20168601,543,65525,728377,184
National Basketball AssociationBasketballUnited States / Canada2016–17301,23021,997,41217,884471,536
KBO LeagueBaseballSouth Korea2017107208,400,48311,667670,002
National Hockey LeagueIce hockeyUnited States / Canada2016–17301,23021,429,41217,422469,688
National Football LeagueAmerican footballUnited States20163225617,788,67169,487169,487
Bangladesh Premier LeagueCricketBangladesh2015634742,00021,824365,472
Big Bash LeagueCricketAustralia2016–178351,053,99730,114260,228
Mexican Pacific LeagueBaseballMexico2016–1782682,625,4959,797658,782
International League (AAA)[I]BaseballUnited States2017149426,671,6707,082642,492
BundesligaAssociation footballGermany2016–171830612,702,42741,511141,511
Indian Super LeagueAssociation footballIndia20168561,477,03326,3761.539,564
Pacific Coast League (AAA)[I]BaseballUnited States2017161,0927,150,4686,548639,288
Australian Football LeagueAustralian rules footballAustralia2018182077,594,25736,6879330,183
Premier LeagueAssociation footballEngland / Wales2016–172038013,612,31635,822135,822
Super GTMotor racingJapan / Malaysia2013378278,90034,862134,862
Liga Venezolana de BeisbolBaseballVenezuela2016–1782471,275,3175,163630,978
Texas LeagueBaseballUnited States201785402,727,3505,051630,306
Pakistan Super LeagueCricketPakistan2019634725,00021,324430,208
Liga Mexicana de BéisbolBaseballMexico2017168244,042,6054,906629,436
La LigaAssociation footballSpain2016–172038010,470,78127,700127,700
Chinese Baseball LeagueBaseballTaiwan201742391,311,3865,487527,435

* 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. It also includes domestic leagues and competitions. Additionally, it includes the finals of top-level promotion playoffs, in which teams play to determine potential or confirmed promotion to a country's top league level in the next season. It has to be noted that the listed crowd figures are often 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 three large venues in or near Metro Manila: Smart Araneta Coliseum, Mall of Asia Arena and sometimes Philippine 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, Pro14 (originally the Celtic League), used the same method to determine the host of its final until 2015, when it began to use a predetermined site.

Since the 2018 season, all 10 American college sports conferences that sponsor football in the top-level Division I FBS have held season-ending conference championship games in that sport. Of these leagues, six have a permanent site for their title games and four 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; as of the current 2019–20 season, it has 24 teams in the U.S. and seven in Canada, and will add one U.S. team for 2021–22. Major League Soccer, in recent years becoming increasingly accepted as a fifth "major league", will have 23 U.S. teams and three Canadian teams in its upcoming 2020 season, and will add at least three more U.S. teams by 2022.
  • 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. The league's next season in 2020 will feature single teams from both Canada and France, with the Canadian team playing in the league for the first time. Only two other teams from outside the country, one from France and one from Wales, have ever competed in the league; both are now defunct.
  • Although the Challenge Cup of rugby league currently includes teams from France, Ireland, Scotland, Serbia, and Wales, and has in the past also had teams from Canada 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. As of the current 2019–20 season, no Welsh teams play in the Premier League following the relegation of Cardiff City, which had played at that level in 2013–14 and 2018–19. Swansea City played in the Premier League from 2011–12 to 2017–18.
  • The Kontinental Hockey League is headquartered in Moscow and is mostly a Russian league, although in its current 2019–20 season it also has teams in Belarus, China, Finland, Kazakhstan, and Latvia.

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 Pro14, which operate in multiple countries with more than one team in most (Super Rugby) or all (Pro14) of their participating countries, and also make no pretense of being a championship for a continental-size region.

EventSportCountryCompetitionCrowdYearVenueCityRef
AFL Grand FinalAustralian rules footballAustraliaAustralian Football League100,0142019Melbourne Cricket GroundMelbourne[19]
FA Cup FinalAssociation footballEnglandFA Cup85,8542019Wembley StadiumLondon[20]
EFL Championship Play-off FinalAssociation footballEnglandEFL Championship85,8262019Wembley StadiumLondon[21]
EFL Trophy FinalAssociation footballEnglandEFL Trophy85,0212019Wembley StadiumLondon[22]
Big 12 Championship GameAmerican footballUnited StatesBig 12 Conference football83,1142018AT&T StadiumArlington[23]
NRL Grand FinalRugby leagueAustraliaNational Rugby League82,9222019Stadium AustraliaSydney[24]
All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship FinalHurlingIrelandAll-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship82,3002017Croke ParkDublin[25]
All-Ireland Senior Football Championship FinalGaelic footballIrelandAll-Ireland Senior Football Championship82,257[i 1]2016Croke ParkDublin[27]
EFL Cup FinalAssociation footballEnglandEFL Cup81,7752019Wembley StadiumLondon[28]
Top 14 FinalRugby unionFranceTop 1479,7862019Stade de FranceSaint-Denis[29]
Coupe de la Ligue FinalAssociation footballFranceCoupe de la Ligue78,8772012Stade de FranceSaint-Denis[30]
SEC Championship GameAmerican footballUnited StatesSoutheastern Conference football77,1412018Mercedes-Benz StadiumAtlanta[31]
Coupe de France FinalAssociation footballFranceCoupe de France76,2932012Stade de FranceSaint-Denis[32]
Gallagher Premiership FinalRugby unionEnglandGallagher Premiership75,3292019TwickenhamLondon[33]
College Football Playoff National ChampionshipAmerican footballUnited StatesCollege Football Playoff74,8142019Levi's StadiumSanta Clara[34]
DFB-Pokal FinalAssociation footballGermanyDFB-Pokal74,3222017OlympiastadionBerlin[35]
Super League Grand FinalRugby leagueEnglandSuper League72,8272017Old TraffordManchester[36]
FA Community ShieldAssociation footballEnglandFA Community Shield72,7242018Wembley StadiumLondon[37]
NCAA Division I Men's Basketball ChampionshipBasketballUnited StatesNCAA Division I basketball72,0622019U.S. Bank StadiumMinneapolis[38]
Rugby World CupRugby UnionJapanWorld Rugby70,1032019Nissan StadiumTokyo[39]
Super BowlAmerican footballUnited StatesNFL70,0812019Mercedes-Benz StadiumAtlanta[40]
Coppa Italia FinalAssociation footballItalyCoppa Italia70,0002012Stadio OlimpicoRome[41]
Indian Premier League FinalCricketIndiaIndian Premier League70,0002015Eden GardensKolkata[42]
MLS CupAssociation footballUnited States/CanadaMajor League Soccer69,2742019CenturyLink FieldSeattle[43]
Copa do Brasil FinalAssociation footballBrazilCopa do Brasil68,8572013Estádio do MaracanãRio de Janeiro[44]
Challenge Cup FinalRugby leagueEnglandChallenge Cup68,5252017Wembley StadiumLondon[45]
ACC Championship GameAmerican footballUnited StatesAtlantic Coast Conference football67,7842018Bank of America StadiumCharlotte[46]
Big Ten Championship GameAmerican footballUnited StatesBig Ten Conference football66,3752018Lucas Oil StadiumIndianapolis[47]
Copa do Nordeste FinalAssociation footballBrazilCopa do Nordeste63,3992015Arena CastelãoFortaleza
Leinster Senior Hurling Championship Final Hurling Ireland Leinster Senior Hurling Championship 60,032 2017 Croke Park Dublin
A-League Grand FinalAssociation footballAustraliaA-League56,3712019Perth StadiumPerth[48]
All-Ireland Ladies' Football Championship FinalLadies' Gaelic FootballIrelandAll-Ireland Senior Ladies' Football Championship56,1142017Croke ParkDublin[49]
World Series Game 5BaseballUnited StatesMajor League Baseball54,3672018Dodger StadiumLos Angeles[50]
PBA Governor's Cup Finals Game 7BasketballPhilippinesPhilippine Basketball Association54,0862016–17Philippine ArenaBocaue[51]
Copa del Rey FinalAssociation footballSpainCopa del Rey53,6982019Estadio Benito VillamarínSeville[52]
AFL Women's Grand FinalAustralian rules footballAustraliaAFL Women's53,0342019Adelaide OvalAdelaide[53]
Scottish Cup FinalAssociation footballScotlandScottish Cup51,2542013Hampden ParkGlasgow[54]
Big Bash 2018-19 FinalCricketAustraliaBig Bash League40,8162018–19Docklands StadiumMelbourne
Campeonato Paulista FinalAssociation footballBrazilCampeonato Paulista46,6622017Arena CorinthiansSão Paulo
Munster Senior Hurling Championship Final Hurling Ireland Munster Senior Hurling Championship 45,558 2017 Semple Stadium Thurles
American Athletic Conference Championship GameAmerican footballUnited StatesAmerican Athletic Conference football45,1762018Spectrum StadiumOrlando[55]
Currie CupRugby unionSouth AfricaCurrie Cup43,4012016Free State StadiumBloemfontein[56]
SANFL Grand FinalAustralian rules footballAustraliaSouth Australian National Football League38,6442014Adelaide OvalAdelaide[57]
Swedish Bandy Championship FinalBandySwedenElitserien38,4742013Friends Arena[i 2]Solna/Stockholm[58]
Danish Handball League Playoff finalHandballDenmarkDanish Handball League36,5512011Parken Stadium[i 3]Copenhagen[59]
Grey CupCanadian footballCanadaCanadian Football League35,4392018McMahon StadiumCalgary[60]
FA Women's CupWomen's association footballEnglandFA Women's Super League35,2712017Wembley StadiumLondon[61]
Pac-12 Championship GameAmerican footballUnited StatesPac-12 Conference football35,1342018Levi's StadiumSanta Clara[62]
Colombian Women's Football League FinalWomen's association footballColombiaColombian Women's Football League33,3272017Estadio El CampínBogotá[63]
Pakistan Super League FinalCricketPakistanPakistan Super League32,0002018National StadiumKarachi[64][65]
NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship FinalLacrosseUnited StatesNCAA Division I men's lacrosse31,5282019Lincoln Financial FieldPhiladelphia[66]
Japan Series Game 6BaseballJapanNippon Professional Baseball30,7232018Mazda StadiumHiroshima[67]
Walsh Cup Final Hurling Ireland Walsh Cup 30,107 2016 Croke Park Dublin
Norwegian Cup FinalAssociation footballNorwayNorwegian Football Cup26,5822014Ullevaal StadionOslo[68]
UAAP Cheerdance CompetitionCheerleadingPhilippinesUAAP cheerdance25,3882015Mall of Asia ArenaPasay[69]
Korean Series Game 5BaseballSouth KoreaKBO League25,0002015Jamsil Baseball StadiumSeoul[70]
VFL Grand FinalAustralian rules footballAustraliaVictorian Football League23,8162014Docklands StadiumMelbourne[71]
Mountain West Conference Football Championship GameAmerican footballUnited StatesMountain West Conference football23,6622018Albertsons StadiumBoise[72]
PBA Philippine Cup Finals Game 7BasketballPhilippinesPhilippine Basketball Association23,6162015–16Mall of Asia ArenaPasay[73]
UAAP Men's Basketball Finals Game 3BasketballPhilippinesUAAP basketball23,1242015Mall of Asia ArenaPasay [74]
National Hurling League Final Hurling Ireland National Hurling League 21,601 2014 Semple Stadium Thurles [75]
NWSL ChampionshipAssociation footballUnited StatesNational Women's Soccer League21,1442018Providence ParkPortland[76]
UAAP Women's Volleyball Finals Game 2VolleyballPhilippinesUAAP volleyball20,7052014–15Mall of Asia ArenaPasay[77]
NCAA Men's Basketball Finals Game 3BasketballPhilippinesNCAA (Philippines) men's basketball20,1582015Mall of Asia ArenaPasay[78]
NCAA Division I Women's Basketball ChampionshipBasketballUnited StatesNCAA Division I basketball20,1272019Amalie ArenaTampa[79]
College World Series Championship Series, Game 3BaseballUnited StatesNCAA Division I baseball20,0072019TD Ameritrade ParkOmaha[80]
Taiwan Series Game 7BaseballTaiwanChinese Professional Baseball League20,0002015Taoyuan International Baseball StadiumTaoyuan City[81]
Big East Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesBig East Conference men's basketball19,8122019Madison Square GardenNew York City[82]
ACC Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesAtlantic Coast Conference men's basketball19,6912019Spectrum CenterCharlotte[83]
NBA Finals Game 6BasketballUnited StatesNBA19,5962019Oracle ArenaOakland[84]
SEC Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesSoutheastern Conference men's basketball19,4522019Bridgestone ArenaNashville[85]
Big 12 Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesBig 12 Conference men's basketball19,0662019Sprint CenterKansas City[86]
NCAA Division I Wrestling ChampionshipCollegiate wrestlingUnited StatesNCAA18,957[Note 1]2018Quicken Loans ArenaCleveland[87]
DEL Finals Game 7Ice hockeyGermanyDEL18,6662014Lanxess ArenaCologne[88]
Big Ten Conference Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesBig Ten Conference men's basketball18,6152019United CenterChicago[89]
NCAA Division I Football Championship[90]American footballUnited StatesNCAA (FCS)17,8022019Toyota StadiumFrisco[91]
NHL Stanley Cup Final Game 7Ice hockeyUnited StatesNHL17,5652019TD GardenBoston[92]
Mexican Pacific League Serie Final Game 5BaseballMexicoMexican Pacific League16,8902014–15Estadio General Ángel FloresCuliacán[93]
Conference USA Football Championship GameAmerican footballUnited StatesConference USA football15,8062018Floyd StadiumMurfreesboro[94]
Novo Basquete Brasil FinalBasketballBrazilNBB15,4492014HSBC ArenaRio de Janeiro[95]
Champion's Cup Final Game 2Indoor lacrosseCanadaNLL15,1822016SaskTel CentreSaskatoon[96]
Sun Belt Conference Football Championship GameAmerican footballUnited StatesSun Belt Conference football14,9632018Kidd Brewer StadiumBoone[97]
British Basketball League Play-off Final Game 5BasketballUnited KingdomBritish Basketball League14,7002014–15The O2 ArenaLondon[98]
Superliga FinalVolleyballBrazilSuperliga14,0002014MineirinhoBelo Horizonte[99]
Super Netball FinalNetballAustraliaSuper Netball13,7222018Perth ArenaPerth[100]
NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Championship GameIce hockeyUnited StatesNCAA ice hockey13,6242019KeyBank CenterBuffalo[101]
EuroLeague FinalBasketballEuropeEuroLeague13,4202019Fernando Buesa ArenaVitoria-Gasteiz[102]
LVBP Serie Final Game 4BaseballVenezuelaLiga Venezolana de Beisbol Profesional13,2192014–15Estadio José Bernardo PérezValencia[103]
Women's Superliga FinalVolleyballBrazilWomen's Superliga12,7502014Jeunesse ArenaRio de Janeiro[104]
Women's College Cup Championship GameAssociation footballUnited StatesNCAA Division I women's soccer12,5122018WakeMed Soccer ParkCary[105]
Serie A Finals Game 7BasketballItalyLega Basket Serie A12,3312014Mediolanum ForumMilan[106]
LBPPR Serie Final Game 6BaseballPuerto RicoLiga de Béisbol Profesional Roberto Clemente12,0002014–15Hiram Bithorn StadiumSan Juan, Puerto Rico[107]
Copa del Rey de Baloncesto FinalBasketballSpainLiga ACB11,0002014Martín CarpenaMálaga[108]
Lietuvos krepšinio lyga Finals Game 5BasketballLithuaniaLKL10,6792018Žalgirio ArenaKaunas[109]
Ohio Valley Conference Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesOhio Valley Conference men's basketball10,5252019Ford CenterEvansville[110]
NBL Grand Final Game 5BasketballAustraliaNBL10,3002018Hisense ArenaMelbourne[111]
MAC Championship GameAmerican footballUnited StatesMid-American Conference football10,2552018Ford FieldDetroit[112]
PBA Commissioner's Cup Finals Game 4BasketballPhilippinesPhilippine Basketball Association10,2212013–14PhilSports ArenaPasig[113]
LIDOM Serie Final Game 6BaseballDominican RepublicDominican Professional Baseball League10,0122014–15Estadio Julián JavierSan Francisco de Macorís[114]
Triple-A Baseball National Championship GameBaseballUnited StatesMinor League Baseball9,4712016AutoZone ParkMemphis[115]
NCAA Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship FinalLacrosseUnited StatesNCAA Division I women's lacrosse9,4332019Homewood FieldBaltimore[116]
Mountain West Conference Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesMountain West Conference men's basketball8,9692019Thomas & Mack CenterLas Vegas[117]
Calder Cup Finals Game 7Ice hockeyUnited StatesAHL8,8182018Ricoh ColiseumToronto[118]
Women's College World Series Championship Series, Game 2SoftballUnited StatesNCAA Division I softball8,3732019ASA Hall of Fame StadiumOklahoma City[119]
Supercopa de España de Baloncesto FinalBasketballSpainLiga ACB8,2172013Fernando Buesa ArenaVitoria-Gasteiz[120]
Missouri Valley Conference Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesMissouri Valley Conference men's basketball8,1082019Enterprise CenterSt. Louis[121]
Summit League Women's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesSummit League women's basketball7,8712019Denny Sanford Premier CenterSioux Falls[122]
SHL Finals Game 4Ice hockeySwedenSHL7,8432014Löfbergs ArenaKarlstad[123]
MAC Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesMid-American Conference men's basketball7,8132019Quicken Loans ArenaCleveland[124]
West Coast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesWest Coast Conference men's basketball7,7712019Orleans ArenaLas Vegas[125]
Atlantic 10 Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesAtlantic 10 Conference men's basketball7,6432018Capital One ArenaWashington[126]
NLA Finals Game 4Ice hockeySwitzerlandNLA7,6242014Kolping ArenaKloten[127]
Horizon League Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesHorizon League men's basketball7,5952018Little Caesars ArenaDetroit[128]
American Athletic Conference Women's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesAmerican Athletic Conference women's basketball7,5012018Mohegan Sun ArenaUncasville[129]
Liga ACB Finals Game 4BasketballSpainLiga ACB7,3012019Palau BlaugranaBarcelona[130]
Super League XX Super 8s Million Pound GameRugby leagueEnglandSuper League7,2462015Belle VueWakefield[131]
American Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesAmerican Athletic Conference men's basketball7,2232019FedExForumMemphis[132]
Queensland Cup Grand FinalRugby leagueAustraliaQueensland Cup7,1352014Lang ParkBrisbane[133]
Extraliga Finals Game 5Ice hockeyCzech RepublicCzech Extraliga7,0002014Luďka ČajkyZlín[134]
Liiga Finals Game 7Ice hockeyFinlandLiiga6,6142014Oulun Energia AreenaOulu[135]
Basketball Bundesliga Finals Game 5BasketballGermanyBasketball Bundesliga6,5002018Audi DomeMunich[136]
MISL Finals Mini-Game Tie BreakerIndoor soccerUnited StatesMISL6,4472014Baltimore ArenaBaltimore[137]
Southern Conference Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesSouthern Conference men's basketball6,4002019U.S. Cellular CenterAsheville[138]
West Coast Conference Women's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesWest Coast Conference women's basketball5,8922019Orleans ArenaLas Vegas[139]
Serie del Rey Game 5BaseballMexicoLiga Mexicana de Béisbol5,8532015Estadio MonclovaMonclova[140]
SEC Women's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesSoutheastern Conference women's basketball5,7712019Bon Secours Wellness ArenaGreenville[141]
ASUN Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesASUN Conference men's basketball5,6072019Allen ArenaNashville[142]
Gagarin Cup Finals Game 4Ice hockeyRussiaKHL5,5432019Balashikha ArenaBalashikha[143]
Serie A1 Finals Game 4VolleyballItalySerie A15,1872014PalaEvangelistiPerugia[144]
A-1 Liga Finals Game 4BasketballCroatiaA-1 Liga5,0002012–13Dražen Petrović Basketball HallZagreb[145]
Men's College Cup Championship GameAssociation footballUnited StatesNCAA Division I men's soccer4,8582018Harder StadiumSanta Barbara[146]
CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesCollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament4,5492015Ford CenterEvansville[147]
VTB United League Finals Game 3BasketballRussiaVTB United League4,5052014USK CSKAMoscow[148]
College Basketball Invitational Finals Game 3BasketballUnited StatesCollege Basketball Invitational4,4602015Fant–Ewing ColiseumMonroe[149]
WNBA Finals Game 5BasketballUnited StatesWNBA4,2002019Entertainment and Sports ArenaWashington[150]
Summit League Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesSummit League men's basketball4,0762019Denny Sanford Premier CenterSioux Falls[151]
National Invitation Tournament FinalBasketballUnited StatesNIT4,0512019Madison Square GardenNew York City[152]
Conference USA Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesConference USA men's basketball3,9562017Legacy Arena at BJCCBirmingham[153]
MAAC Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesMetro Atlantic Athletic Conference men's basketball3,3292018Times Union CenterAlbany[154]
Slovenian Basketball League Finals Game 4BasketballSloveniaSlovenian Basketball League3,3002012–13Arena StožiceLjubljana[155]
America East Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesAmerica East Conference men's basketball3,2662018Patrick GymBurlington[156]
National Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey Championship GameIce hockeyUnited StatesNCAA ice hockey3,0162017Family ArenaSt. Charles[157]
Colonial Athletic Association Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesColonial Athletic Association men's basketball2,8922019North Charleston ColiseumNorth Charleston[158]
NBA G League Finals, Game 3BasketballUnited States/CanadaNBA G League2,7832018–19Island Federal Credit Union ArenaStony Brook[159]
Big South Conference Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesBig South Conference men's basketball2,7722019Dedmon CenterRadford[160]
Northeast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesNortheast Conference men's basketball2,6102019DeGol ArenaLoretto[161]
Australian Baseball League Championship series Game 2BaseballAustraliaAustralian Baseball League2,0432013Narrabundah BallparkCanberra[162]
Serie A1 Italian Baseball series Game 4BaseballItalyItalian Baseball League2,0002015Stadio dei PiratiRimini[163]
Southland Conference Men's Basketball Tournament Championship GameBasketballUnited StatesSouthland Conference men's basketball1,7512019Leonard E. Merrell CenterKaty[164]
  1. 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.[26]
  2. Friends Arena is a retractable-roof stadium used primarily for association football and music events.
  3. 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.[165]

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 2018 season ranged from 15,458 for Mid-American Conference teams to 73,994 for Southeastern Conference teams.[166][Note 2] 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[167] and all of college baseball's Top 11 on-campus largest crowds.

LeagueSportCountrySeasonGamesTotal attendanceAverage
attendance
Source
NCAA Division I FBS footballCollege American footballUnited States201887736,707,51141,856[166]
All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Hurling Ireland 2017 12 348,905 29,075 [15]
All-Ireland Senior Football ChampionshipGaelic footballIreland201733628,81819,055[15]
NCAA Division I FCS footballCollege American footballUnited States20186695,253,3717,853[166]
Cuban National SeriesBaseballCuba2006–077204,759,2006,610[168]
Varsity CupVarsity RugbySouth Africa201131178,6225,762[169]
NCAA Division I men's basketballCollege basketballUnited States2017–185,772[Note 3]27,977,164[Note 4]4,807[170]
NCAA Division I men's hockeyIce hockeyUnited States2011–121,0183,696,8313,631[171][Note 5]
U Sports footballCollege Canadian footballCanada2016108357,0813,347[172]
NCAA Division I women's basketballCollege basketballUnited States2017–185,283[Note 3]8,567,490[Note 4]1,622[173]

Representative matches

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 event is unknown within European nations, except in basketball; many European domestic leagues in that sport hold an all-star game at roughly the midpoint of the regular season.

TournamentSportCountrySeasonTeamsGamesTotal attendanceAverage
attendance
Stadium(s)Ref(s)
State of OriginRugby leagueAustralia201923194,47764,826Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Optus Stadium, Perth
ANZ Stadium, Sydney
[174][175][176]
NFL Pro BowlAmerican footballUnited States20152163,22563,225University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale[177]
MLS All-StarAssociation footballUnited States/Canada20172[Note 6]161,42861,428Soldier Field, Chicago[178]
A-League All StarsAssociation footballAustralia20142[Note 7]155,36455,364ANZ Stadium, Sydney[179]
All Stars MatchRugby leagueAustralia20132141,02141,021Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane[180]
Major League Baseball Japan All-Star SeriesBaseballJapan201425195,22839,046Osaka Dome, Osaka
Tokyo Dome, Tokyo
Sapporo Dome, Sapporo
[181][182][183][184][185]
Senior BowlAmerican footballUnited States20142137,91437,914Ladd–Peebles Stadium, Mobile[186]
MLB All-StarBaseballUnited States/Canada20192136,74736,747Progressive Field, Cleveland[187]
E. J. Whitten Legends GameAustralian rules footballAustralia20142127,80027,800Etihad Stadium, Melbourne[188]
NHL All-StarIce hockeyUnited States/Canada20184[Note 8]3[Note 9]19,092[Note 10]19,092Amalie Arena, Tampa[189]
NBA All-StarBasketballUnited States/Canada20182117,80117,801Staples Center, Los Angeles[190]

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.

TournamentSportRegion(s)YearGamesTotal
attendance
Average
attendance
Source
UEFA Champions LeagueAssociation footballEurope2018–191256,163,04449,304
UEFA Europa LeagueAssociation footballEurope2018–192055,145,47425,100
Copa LibertadoresAssociation footballSouth America20171563,528,49522,619[191]
Super RugbyRugby unionSANZAAR20131252,003,64119,644[192]
Copa SudamericanaAssociation footballSouth America2017971,615,87916,659[193]
FIFA Club World CupAssociation footballWorldwide20178132,56516,571[194]
AFC Champions LeagueAssociation footballAsia20171261,929,69015,315[195]
European Rugby Champions CupRugby unionEurope2018–19671,020,28615,228[196]
CONCACAF Champions LeagueAssociation footballNorth America2012–1362584,0099,420[197]
EuroLeagueBasketballEurope2016–172402,194,2388,472
Caribbean SeriesBaseballCaribbean201413113,5178,732[198]
Asia SeriesBaseballAsia2013956,5316,281
AFC CupAssociation footballAsia2011117676,4645,781
EHF Champions LeagueHandballEurope2017-18200857,7134,289
Champions Hockey LeagueIce hockeyEurope2017–18125422,3543,379
Challenge CupRugby leagueEurope201577208,9552,713[199]

1 Current competition
2 Group stage only
3 This includes all stages except for the Euroleague Final Four.

International tournaments

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.

TournamentSportRegion FrequencyYearGamesTotal
attendance
Average
attendance
Source
Six Nations ChampionshipRugby unionEurope Annual201815991,84466,1232018 Six Nations Championship
UEFA European ChampionshipAssociation footballEurope Quadrennial2016512,427,30347,594UEFA Euro 2016[200]
FIFA World CupAssociation FootballWorldwide Quadrennial2018643,031,76847,3712018 FIFA World Cup
FIFA Confederations CupAssociation FootballWorldwide Quadrennial201716628,30439,2692017 FIFA Confederations Cup
The Rugby ChampionshipRugby unionSANZAAR Annual201912232,76938,7952019 Rugby Championship
Rugby World CupRugby unionWorldwide Quadrennial2019481,704,44337,8772019 Rugby World Cup
CONCACAF Gold CupAssociation footballNorth America Biennial2019311,043,16833,6512019 CONCACAF Gold Cup
Copa AméricaAssociation footballSouth America[201] Quadrennial201926867,24533,3562019 Copa América
World Baseball Classic 1BaseballWorldwide Quadrennial2017401,086,72027,1682017 World Baseball Classic
FIFA Women's World CupAssociation footballWorldwide Quadrennial2019521,131,31221,7562019 FIFA Women's World Cup
Cricket World CupCricketWorldwide Quadrennial2015491,016,42020,7432015 Cricket World Cup[202]
Rugby League Four Nations Rugby leagueWorldwide Biennial20167132,65518,9512016 Rugby League Four Nations
Africa Cup of NationsAssociation footballAfrica Biennial201952943,05318,1362019 Africa Cup of Nations
Uefa Nations League Association football Europe Biennial 2018-19 142 2,467,041 17,374 2018–19 UEFA Nations League
World Cup of Hockey 1Ice hockeyWorldwide Quadrennial201616265,48216,5932016 World Cup of Hockey
Rugby League World CupRugby leagueWorldwide Quadrennial201728382,08013,6462017 Rugby League World Cup
AFC Asian CupAssociation footballAsia Quadrennial201951644,30712,6332019 AFC Asian Cup
UEFA European Under-21 Championship Association football Europe Biennial 2019 21 214,637 10,221 2019 UEFA European Under-21 Championship
IIHF World U20 ChampionshipIce hockeyWorldwide Annual201930304,39310,1462019 World Junior Championships
WBSC Premier 12BaseballWorldwide Quadrennial201932312,5659,7682019 WBSC Premier12
IHF World Handball ChampionshipHandballWorldwide Biennial201996906,2839,4402019 World Championship
FIBA Basketball World CupBasketballWorldwide Quadrennial201476675,4738,8872014 FIBA Basketball World Cup
World Rugby Pacific Nations Rugby Union Oceania Annual 2017 3 26,500 8,833 2017 World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup
UEFA Women's Euro Association football Europe Quadrennial 2017 31 247,041 7,969 UEFA Women's Euro 2017
Ice Hockey World ChampionshipsIce hockeyWorldwide Annual201964470,8537,3572019 IIHF World Championship
FIFA U-20 World CupAssociation footballWorldwide Biennial201952377,3387,2572019 FIFA U-20 World Cup
European Handball ChampionshipHandballEurope Biennial201847263,2095,6002018 European Championship
EuroBasketBasketballEurope Quadrennial (since 2017)201776315,7374,154EuroBasket 2017
FIVB Volleyball Men's World ChampionshipVolleyballWorldwide Quadrennial201894389,0294,1392018 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship
UEFA European Under-19 Championship Association football Europe Annual 2019 15 52,180 3,479 2019 UEFA European Under-19 Championship
FIVB Volleyball Men's Nations League Volleyball Worldwide Annual 2019 130 449,809 3,460 2019 FIVB Volleyball Men's Nations League
FIFA U-17 World Cup Association football Worldwide Biennial 2019 52 174,603 3,358 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup
OFC Nations Cup Association football Oceania Quadrennial 2016 15 41,996 2,800 2016 OFC Nations Cup
FIFA Futsal World CupFutsalWorldwide Quadrennial201652139,3072,6792016 FIFA Futsal World Cup
FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Association football Worldwide Biennial 2018 32 75,748 2,367 2016 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup
FIVB Volleyball Women's World ChampionshipVolleyballWorldwide Quadrennial2018103224,4152,1792018 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship
AFC Women's Asian Cup Association football Asia Quadrennial 2018 17 31,537 1,855 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup
FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Association football Worldwide Biennial 2018 32 38,272 1,196 2018 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup
  • 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.

TournamentSportContinent/CountriesCrowdYearVenueCitySource
Challenge Cup FinalRugby leagueEurope68,5252017Wembley StadiumLondon[203]
Copa Libertadores Final Association football South America 65,000 2019 Estadio Monumental Lima [204]
UEFA Champions League FinalAssociation footballEurope63,2722019Wanda MetropolitanoMadrid[205]
Super Rugby FinalRugby unionSANZAAR[Note 11]62,0002017Emirates Airline ParkJohannesburg[206]
European Rugby Champions Cup FinalRugby unionEurope51,9302019St James' ParkNewcastle[207]
UEFA Europa League FinalAssociation footballEurope51,3702019Olympic StadiumBaku[208]
Champions League Twenty20 finalCricketWorldwide50,0002011M. A. Chidambaram StadiumChennai
Pro14 FinalRugby unionIreland, Italy, Scotland, South Africa, Wales[Note 12]47,1282019Celtic ParkGlasgow[209]
AFC Champions League finalAssociation footballAsia42,1532012Ulsan Munsu Football StadiumUlsan
FIFA Club World Cup finalAssociation footballWorldwide40,6962018Zayed Sports City StadiumAbu Dhabi[210]
Asia Series finalBaseballAsia37,0782005Tokyo DomeTokyo[211]
European Rugby Challenge Cup FinalRugby unionEurope28,4382019St James' ParkNewcastle[212]
AFC Cup finalAssociation footballAsia20,0002017Hisor Central StadiumHisor
EHF Champions League FinalHandballEurope20,0002014Lanxess ArenaCologne[213]
World Club Series finalRugby leagueWorldwide19,7782016Headingley Rugby StadiumLeeds [214]
UEFA Women's Champions League FinalAssociation footballEurope19,4872019Groupama ArenaBudapest[215]
Caribbean Series finalBaseballCaribbean18,0002014Estadio Nueva EspartaPorlamar[216]
EuroLeague FinalBasketballEurope13,4202019Fernando Buesa ArenaVitoria-Gasteiz[102]

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.

CompetitionSportContinentYearVenueCityMatch CrowdTotal CrowdSource
Copa Libertadores Association football South America 2008 Casa Blanca Stadium Quito, Ecuador 62,662 148,689 [217]
Maracanã Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 86,027
AFC Champions League Association football Asia & Australia 2018 Kashima Soccer Stadium Kashima, Japan 35,022 135,022 [218]
Azadi Stadium Tehran, Iran 100,000 [219]
CONCACAF Champions League Association football North America 2018 BMO Field Toronto, Canada 29,925 66,602 [220]
Estadio Akron Guadalajara, Mexico 36,677 [221]
Champions Hockey League Ice hockey Europe 2009 Magnitogorsk Arena Magnitogorsk 7,700 13,900 [222]
Diners Club Arena Zürich 6,200 [223]
FIBA Intercontinental Cup Basketball Worldwide 2013 Ginásio José Corrêa Barueri 4,500 7,500 2013 FIBA Intercontinental Cup
3,000

See also

Notes

  1. 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 113,743.
  2. 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.
  3. 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 67-game NCAA men's tournament, 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.
  4. This figure covers all games, including the NCAA tournament and other postseason tournaments.
  5. 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.
  6. Since 2005, the game has featured an MLS all-star team against a visiting foreign club team.
  7. Since the game's inception in 2013, it has featured an A-League all stars team against a visiting foreign club.
  8. Since the 2016 edition, the NHL All-Star Game has been organized as a four-team knockout tournament, with each team drawn exclusively from one of the league's four divisions.
  9. All games within the All-Star Game are played in an abbreviated format of a single 20-minute period, with each team having three skaters (instead of the regular five) and one goaltender on the ice at any given time (unless affected by penalties).
  10. Tickets for the All-Star Game are sold on a single-event basis. The 60 minutes of game time in the tournament is the same as a standard NHL game, and all three abbreviated games are held back-to-back as part of the same event.
  11. Super Rugby organiser SANZAAR is a joint venture between the national rugby union governing bodies of Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. All four countries, plus Japan, field teams in the competition.
  12. The league originally consisted only of teams from the three listed Celtic nations. Ireland and Wales currently field four teams each, and Scotland fields two. Since 2010–11, Italy has fielded two teams, and two South African teams began play in 2017–18.

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