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Average attendances of Nordic countries football clubs

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The following is a table showing average attendances for football clubs in Nordic countries in domestic league matches. The specific seasons are listed alongside each team, with the default being the 2014–15 season or 2015 season. Teams are included if they achieve a 5,000 average.

List of clubs[edit]

Tele2 Arena, home to Hammarby IF and Djurgårdens IF, has the highest and fifth average attendance in the Nordic countries.
Friends Arena, home to AIK, has the second highest average attendance in the Nordic countries.
Lerkendal stadion, home to Rosenborg BK, has the third highest average attendance in the Nordic countries, and the highest in Norway.
Swedbank Stadion, home to Malmö FF, has the fourth highest average attendance in the Nordic countries.
Parken, home to FC København, has the sixth highest average attendance in the Nordic countries, and the highest in Denmark.
Brøndby Stadium, home to Brøndby IF, has the seventh highest average attendance in Nordic countries.
Rank Club Average
attendance
Season Stadium Country Ref
1 Hammarby IF 25,507 2015 Tele2 Arena  Sweden [1]
2 AIK 20,983 2015 Friends Arena  Sweden [1]
3 Rosenborg BK 18,039 2015 Lerkendal stadion  Norway [2]
4 Malmö FF 17,332 2015 Swedbank Stadion  Sweden [1]
5 Djurgårdens IF 15,484 2015 Tele2 Arena  Sweden [1]
6 FC København 15,448 2014–15 Parken  Denmark [3]
7 Brøndby IF 15,143 2014–15 Brøndby Stadium  Denmark [3]
8 IFK Göteborg 14,350 2015 Gamla Ullevi  Sweden [1]
9 IFK Norrköping 10,296 2015 Nya Parken  Sweden [1]
10 Viking FK 10,272 2015 Viking Stadion  Norway [2]
11 SK Brann 10,124 2015 (2) Brann Stadion  Norway [2]
12 Vålerenga IF Fotball 10,099 2015 Ullevaal Stadion  Norway [2]
13 IF Elfsborg 9,239 2015 Borås Arena  Sweden [1]
14 Molde FK 8,952 2015 Aker Stadion  Norway [2]
15 FC Midtjylland 8,567 2014–15 MCH Arena  Denmark [3]
16 Helsingborgs IF 8,138 2015 Olympia  Sweden [1]
17 Odds BK 7,912 2015 Skagerak Arena  Norway [2]
18 Strømsgodset IF 7,030 2015 Marienlyst Stadion  Norway [2]
19 Esbjerg fB 7,002 2014–15 Blue Water Arena  Denmark [3]
20 Örebro SK 6,980 2015 Behrn Arena  Sweden [1]
21 Aalborg BK 6,881 2014–15 Nordjyske Arena  Denmark [3]
22 Aalesunds FK 6,696 2015 Color Line Stadion  Norway [2]
23 Odense Boldklub 6,665 2014–15 TRE-FOR Park  Denmark [3]
24 Kalmar FF 6,163 2015 Guldfågeln Arena  Sweden [1]
25 IK Start 6,155 2015 Sør Arena  Norway [2]
26 Lillestrøm SK 5,528 2015 Åråsen Stadion  Norway [2]
27 FK Haugesund 5,386 2015 Haugesund Stadion  Norway [2]
28 Randers FC 5,372 2014–15 AutoC Park Randers  Denmark [3]
29 HJK Helsinki 5,281 2015 Sonera Stadium  Finland [4]
30 GIF Sundsvall 5,049 2015 Norrporten Arena  Sweden [1]
  • (2) - Playing in second division

See also[edit]

  • Deloitte Football Money League
  • List of European stadiums by capacity
  • List of association football stadiums by capacity
  • List of association football stadiums by country
  • List of attendance figures at domestic professional sports leagues
  • List of sports attendance figures

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.

References[edit]

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 "Attendances Sweden average". european-football-statistics.co.uk.
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 "Attendances Norway average". european-football-statistics.co.uk.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 "Attendances Denmark average". european-football-statistics.co.uk.
  4. http://www.european-football-statistics.co.uk/attn/avefin.htm

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