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Arsenal Women’s Team Averages Attendance Ahead of 10 EPL Clubs

An average of 34,000 tickets were sold for eight home games this season.

Arsenal of the English Women’s Super League (WSL) surpassed the 10 clubs in the English Professional Football Premier League (EPL) in terms of average attendance.

ESPN reported on the 6th (Korean time) that Arsenal sold an average of 34,997 tickets for home games this season. 카지노사이트

When compared to the average attendance figures for each EPL club, this ranks 11th after Everton.

The average EPL attendance this season is 38,470, and the EPL teams with lower average attendance than WSL Arsenal are Brighton & Hove Albion, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Sheffield United, Nottingham Forest, Crystal Palace, Fulham, Burnley, Brentford, There are 10 clubs, including Luton Town and Bournemouth.

Of Arsenal’s eight home games this season,

five were held at the 60,000-seat Emirates Stadium and three were held at the 4,500-seat Meadow Park.

The cumulative home audience was 279,974, and the event was sold out three times.

This figure has already increased by 63% compared to ticket sales for all 11 games played at home last season.

On the 18th of last month, a whopping 60,160 people attended the home game against Manchester United, setting a new record for the largest attendance in WSL history.

Then, on the 3rd, they won 1-0 in the North London derby against Tottenham held at the Emirates Stadium in London, England, with 60,050 people in attendance.

Arsenal manager Jonas Eidewall said in a post-match interview,

“I am reminded of what Denis Bergkamp (retired, Netherlands) said:

“You do not support a team simply for the players, club history or trophies,

but you support the team you feel a part of.” said.

He added, “I am very proud that it has become a place where more than 60,000 people feel a sense of belonging,” and added,

“Fans who consider the Emirates Stadium as their home come to the stadium and support their team.”

Arsenal (34 points) is ranked 3rd out of 12 WSL teams,

3 points behind 1st place Chelsea and 2nd place Manchester City (37 points).

Arsenal also plans to play the match against Leicester City,

scheduled for the 20th or 21st of next month local time, at the Emirates Stadium.

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