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EuroLeague sets new attendance record

EuroLeague has shown its growth as the association announced that the average attendance of the league has increased by 18%. More than 10,000 fans on average and more than 3 billion in total visited EuroLeague arenas this season.

Six clubs sold at least 90 percent of their available tickets this season and that number could have been even higher. The total number of spectators in arenas increased by 300,000.

Partizan Belgrade led the league in both average attendance and fill rate at 19,916 and 99%, respectively.

The other top teams in fill rate were Zalgiris Kaunas (96%), FC Bayern Munich (95%), Olympiacos Piraeus (94%), LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne (94%) and Virtus Segafredo Bologna (90%). The league-average fill rate of 82% was an increase of 2% over the previous season.

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After Partizan, the leaders in overall ticket sales were Crvena Zvezda Meridianbet Belgrade (17,842), Zalgiris Kaunas (14,773), Panathinaikos AKTOR Athens (14, 526) and Anadolu Efes Istanbul (12,165).

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