LaLiga maintains its attractiveness and fills 81.3% of the stadiums in March

The LaLiga fans respond. The highest category of Spanish football has brought together between the twenty-seventh and thirtieth matchday of LaLiga EA Sports 1.1 million spectators in the stadiums of the clubs, which translates into 81.3% of the total capacity on average, according to data collected by Palco23 with the sponsorship of CaixaBank.

The 92nd edition of LaLiga began on August 11, premiering uswelcoming EA Sports and leaving Santander behind. The competition will end on May 26 and eighteen league games have been held so far this year, two of them being played during the week: the seventh and the eighteenth.

The data for the eighth month of competition is placed as the second in terms of absolute number of fans, only behind February. In the second month of the year, up to 1.2 million people attended the stadiums of LaLiga clubs to follow their respective teams.

However, March is the fourth month of the 2023-2024 season with the best records in terms of capacity percentage: November and February (83.9%) and January (83.8%) occupy the first three positions. This is because three league games were played in November and January, compared to four in March.

Something similar occurs in comparison to the data from March of last season, when 935,750 fans attended the First Division fields, 19.6% less than in the same month of the current course. The difference is that, in the third month of 2023, only three days of competition were held. The attendance percentage has gone from 82.6% in March of the 2022-2023 season to the current 81.3%.

For the eighth consecutive day, Real Madrid CF has remained the team with the greatest gathering power. In March, up to 146,635 fans followed Carlo Ancelotti’s team at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, which in the clash against Athletic Club debuted a 360-degree screen. The two games they have played at home have exceeded 90% capacity, with more than 72,000 people.

He top 3 Atlético de Madrid closes it, with 130,154 fans at the Cívitas Metropolitano, and Valencia CF, with 127,955 spectators at the Estadi de Mestalla. For its part, FC Barcelona has attracted 85,013 fans to the Estadi Lluís Companys, to watch the victories against UD Las Palmas and RCD Mallorca.

Unlike February, when Girona was the only team that sold 100% of available tickets, in the third month of the year no club has managed to hang the banner of exhausted. Only four games have exceeded 95% of the capacity: The clash between Valencia CF and FC Barcelona filled 99.7% of the team’s stadium That; the match between Girona FC and Real Betis sold 96.1% of the available tickets; the confrontation between Valencia CF and Real Madrid, 95.9%, and the match between CA Osasuna and Real Madrid CF, 95.4%.

On the lower part, Granada CF was the least followed team in its stadium during March. Only 9,214 fans attended the only match that the Andalusian team played in the third month of the year in Los Cármenes. Above, UD Almería, which brought together 23,660 people to see the club coached by Gaizka Garitano against CA Osasuna and Sevilla FC.

The LaLiga Hypermotion clubs have not managed to follow in the footsteps of the First Division teams and in percentage terms they have registered only the fourth best data so far this season. scam 62.1% of stadiums fullequaling February records.

Specific, 588,049 people attended the stadiums of the militant teams in the Second Division during March. In aggregate, the registrations for the third month of the year are the second highest of the course, only behind September, when 651,649 people saw their teams live. This is because in both months five league games were played, compared to three or four in the rest.

The average attendance was 117,609 peoplewhich translates into 2.9% more than that registered during the same month of the previous season, when an average of 114,272 fans attended each day.

By teams, Real Zaragoza reached close to 70,000 spectators in aggregate in the three games that the Maño club played in La Romareda, against CD Tenerife, RCD Espanyol and SD Amorebieta. Behind them, Real Oviedo, Real Sporting and Real Valladolid CF also surpassed the barrier of 50,000 fans in March.

On the contrary, and maintaining the trend of the previous days, SD Amorebieta continued as the club with the least draw power, with 2,647 people to watch the matches against Real Sporting and CD Leganés.

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