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2015 Chinese Super League witnesses higher attendance

By Yutang Sports 17 Apr 2015

According to reports, Chinese Super League (CSL) has just witnessed an increase in attendance after 5 rounds of 2015 CSL matches ended, compared to that of the corresponding period last year. 

The number of attenders who watched the first five rounds of 2015 CSL matches reached 910,100, with averaging attendance of 23,300 people per match.  

Tianhe Sports Center and Beijing Workers Stadium, stadium for Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao FC and Beijing Guoan FC respectively, remain the top 2 most attended stadiums. On average, 45,700 viewers showed up at Tianhe Sports Center per match while 43,000 fans visited Beijing Workers Stadium per match.

Surprisingly the two newly promoted clubs, Chongqing Lifan FC and Shijiazhuang Ever Bright FC, have enjoyed the rush for tickets so far. The match between Chongqing Lifan and Guangzhou Evergrande, particularly, drew 485,000 supporters to the match site, marking the highest attendance record ever in a single CSL match.

It is believed the increased attendance is based on the improved fascination of CSL matches. And the ticket sales revenues have unquestionably grew thanks to the increased attendance.


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