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Average attendances of La Liga clubs

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The following is a table showing average attendances for Football clubs in La Liga. The specific seasons are listed alongside each team, with the default being the 2013–14 season.

List of clubs[edit]

Camp Nou, home of Barcelona, has the highest average attendance in La Liga.

2013-14 Season[edit]

Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, home of Real Madrid, has the second highest average attendance in La Liga.
Estadio Vicente Calderón, home of Atlético Madrid, has the third highest average attendance in La Liga.
Average Attendance of La Liga Clubs for 2013-14 Season
Rank Club Average
Attendance
Aggregated

Attendance

Season Stadium Capacity Reference
1 FC Barcelona 71,958 1,367,207 2013–14 Camp Nou 99,786 [1]
2 Real Madrid C.F. 70,754 1,344,328 2013–14 Estadio Santiago Bernabéu 81,044 [1]
3 Atlético Madrid 46,746 888,182 2013–14 Estadio Vicente Calderón 54,907 [1]
4 Valencia CF 36,903 701,149 2013–14 Estadio Mestalla 55,000 [1]
5 Athletic Club de Bilbao 33,383 634,280 2013–14 Nuevo San Mamés1 53,289 [1]
6 Real Betis 30,652 582,390 2013–14 Estadio Benito Villamarín 52,500 [1]
7 Sevilla FC 30,545 580,355 2013–14 Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán 45,500 [1]
8 Elche CF 25,320 481,075 2013–142 Estadio Manuel Martínez Valero 36,017 [1]
9 Real Sociedad 23,204 417,664 2013–14 Anoeta 32,076 [1]
10 Málaga CF 21,551 409,470 2013–14 La Rosaleda 30,044 [1]
11 Celta de Vigo 20,410 387,784 2013–14 Balaídos 31,800 [1]
12 Espanyol 19,632 373,013 2013–14 Power8 Stadium 40,500 [1]
13 Villareal CF 16,083 305,574 2013–142 El Madrigal 24,890 [1]
14 Real Valladolid 15,741 299,079 2013–14 Estadio Nuevo José Zorrilla 26,512 [1]
15 Granada CF 15,398 292,571 2013–14 Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes 22,524 [1]
16 Levante UD 14,730 279,868 2013–14 Estadi Ciutat de València 25,534 [1]
17 CA Osasuna 14,709 279,464 2013–14 Estadio El Sadar 19,553 [1]
18 Rayo Vallecano 10,749 204,225 2013–14 Vallecas 15,489 [1]
19 UD Almeria 10,229 194,335 2013–142 Estadio de los Juegos Mediterráneos 22,000 [1]
20 Getafe CF 7,693 151,289 2013–14 Coliseum Alfonso Pérez 17,700 [1]

^1 Athletic Club de Bilbao played one match in Anoeta, with an attendance of 32,000.
^2 UD Almeria, Villarreal CF and Elche CF played the previous season in Liga Adelante.

2012-13 Season[edit]

Estadio Mestalla, home of Valencia CF, had the fourth highest attendance in La Liga in 2012-13 season.
Average Attendance of La Liga Clubs for 2012-13 Season
Rank Club Average

Attendance

Aggregated

Attendance

Season Stadium Capacity Reference
1 FC Barcelona 71,350 1,355,657 2012-13 Camp Nou 99,786 [2]
2 Real Madrid C.F. 68.876 1,308,650 2012-13 Estadio Santiago Bernabéu 81,044 [2]
3 Atlético Madrid 43.921 834.500 2012-13 Estadio Vicente Calderón 54,907 [2]
4 Valencia CF 38,013 722,253 2012-13 Estadio Mestalla 55,000 [2]
5 Athletic Club de Bilbao 34,876 662.651 2012-13 San Mamés 40,000 [2]
6 Real Betis 33,750 641,241 2012-13 Estadio Benito Villamarín 52,500 [2]
7 Sevilla FC 31,000 589,000 2012-13 Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán 45,500 [2]
8 Deportivo de La Coruña 29,442 559,396 2012-131 Estadio Riazor 34,600 [2]
9 Málaga CF 26,563 504,700 2012-13 La Rosaleda 30,044 [2]
10 Real Sociedad 23,727 450,820 2012-13 Anoeta 32,076 [2]
11 Real Zaragoza 21,974 417,500 2012-13 Estadio La Romareda 34,596 [2]
12 Espanyol 21,264 404,018 2012-13 Power8 Stadium 40,500 [2]
13 Granada CF 20,447 388,500 2012-13 Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes 22,524 [2]
14 Celta de Vigo 19,989 379,782 2012-131 Balaídos 31,800 [2]
15 Real Valladolid 16,283 309,385 2012-131 Estadio Nuevo José Zorrilla 22,524 [2]
16 CA Osasuna 16,238 308,513 2012-13 Estadio El Sadar 19,553 [2]
17 RCD Mallorca 14,857 282,278 2012-13 Iberostar Stadium 23,142 [2]
18 Levante UD 14,251 270,764 2012-13 Estadi Ciutat de València 25,534 [2]
19 Rayo Vallecano 9,612 182,633 2012-13 Vallecas 15,489 [2]
20 Getafe CF 8,553 162,500 2012-13 Coliseum Alfonso Pérez 17,700 [2]

^1 Deportivo de La Coruña, Celta de Vigo and Real Valladolid played the previous season in Liga Adelante.

2011-12 Season[edit]

Average Attendance of La Liga Clubs for 2012-13 Season
Rank Club Average

Attendance

Aggregated

Attendance

Season Stadium Capacity Reference
1 FC Barcelona 78,340 1,488,454 2011-12 Camp Nou 99,786 [3]
2 Real Madrid C.F. 74,258 1,410,900 2011-12 Estadio Santiago Bernabéu 80,354 [3]
3 Atlético Madrid 40,526 770,000 2011-12 Estadio Vicente Calderón 54,907 [3]
4 Valencia CF 38,921 739,493 2011-12 Estadio Mestalla 55,000 [3]
5 Sevilla FC 36,047 684,900 2011-12 Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán 45,500 [3]
6 Real Betis 35,820 680,585 2011-121 Estadio Benito Villamarín 52,500 [3]
7 Athletic Club de Bilbao 33,974 645,500 2011-12 San Mamés 40,000 [3]
8 Málaga CF 26,599 505,376 2011-12 La Rosaleda 30,044 [3]
9 Espanyol 23,499 446,490 2011-12 Power8 Stadium 40,500 [3]
10 Real Sociedad 23,135 439,563 2011-12 Anoeta 32,076 [3]
11 Real Zaragoza 23,114 439,161 2011-12 Estadio La Romareda 34,596 [3]
12 Sporting de Gijón 21,838 414,914 2011-12 El Molinón 30,000 [3]
13 Granada CF 20,526 390,000 2011-121 Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes 22,524 [3]
14 Villareal CF 17,053 324,000 2011-12 El Madrigal 24,890 [3]
15 CA Osasuna 15,674 297,815 2011-12 Estadio El Sadar 19,553 [3]
16 RCD Mallorca 13,526 256,992 2011-12 Iberostar Stadium 23,142 [3]
17 Racing de Santander 13,387 254,362 2011-12 Campos de Sport de El Sardinero 22,222 [3]
18 Levante UD 12,662 240,570 2011-12 Estadi Ciutat de València 25,534 [3]
19 Rayo Vallecano 10,900 207,095 2011-121 Vallecas 15,489 [3]
20 Getafe CF 9,447 179,500 2011-12 Coliseum Alfonso Pérez 17,700 [3]

^1 Real Betis, Rayo Vallecano and Granada CF played the previous season in Liga Adelante.

League Average[edit]

Average attendances of La Liga
Season Average

Attendance

Aggregated

Attendance

2013–14 26,843 10,173,322
2012-13 28,249 10,734,741
2011-12 28,462 10,815,670

See also[edit]


Other articles of the topics Association football AND Spain : Real Madrid, La Liga, Deaf football in Spain

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