The Top 50 Highest Average Attendances In Europe's Top Five Leagues
Borussia Dortmund are the best supported club in Europe's top five leagues, based on having the best average attendances in the continent this season.
At the moment no fans are allowed into the grounds in Bundesliga, and it'll be the same when the Premier League, La Liga and Serie A return in the next few weeks, but it's arguably Dortmund who are missing fans the most.
The side are famous for their Yellow Wall making a huge amount of noise and, according to Transfermarkt, they fit in 81,171 into the Westfalenstadion on average every game, out of the 81,365 capacity, which is incredible.
What is incredible for Dortmund, and second place Bayern Munich, is the percentage of fans they get through the doors compared to their capacity.
On average Lucian Favre's side fill all but 194 seats of their stadium and have had 10 sell outs this season whilst rivals Bayern get all but 24 of their seats filled and have had an impressive 13 sell outs.
Impressively Bundesliga 2 side Stuttgart are above a lot of top tier clubs, even some in Germany, with an average attendance of 51,657.
Whilst fans in the Premier League won't be allowed into the grounds when the league does restart on June 17th but according to reports teams are gearing up for that to change in time for the beginning of next season, which is likely to start sometime in September.
It's mostly a shame for Liverpool that they'll be no fans. Not only will they miss their team lift the league title for the first time in 30 years but Reds' fans have also been voted the sexiest in England's top tier so they'll be big lack of eye candy for Jurgen Klopp's side.
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