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EuroLeague sets regular season attendance record with Partizan Mozzart Bet Belgrade leading the way

European basketball's premier competition saw a small increase in the number of spectators attending regular season action.

EuroLeague have announced a landmark stat after recording the highest average attendance for a regular season.

The 2022/23 campaign saw an average crowd of 8,748 per match - beating the 2019/20 figure of 8,676.

More than half of the teams in the competition played in front of crowds which were 80% capacity this season. Four teams saw an average of 90%.
Lithuania's Zalgiris Kaunas and Israel's Maccabi Playtika Tel Aviv led the way, with arenas filling to 96% capacity on average.
However, it was Partizan Mozzart Bet Belgrade who boasted the biggest numbers, with an average regular season attendance of 17,763.
Performance had a clear impact on attendances, with six play-off teams boasting fill rates of over 80%. Five of those six teams also averaged more than 10,000 spectators per match.
In total, EuroLeague saw a total of 2,668,148 fans turn out for regular season action.
Play-offs will get underway on April 25 with eight teams battling for European basketball supremacy.

EuroLeague Play-offs

AS Monaco vs Maccabi Playtika Tel Aviv (First game on April 25)
Real Madrid vs Partizan Mozzart Bet (First game on April 25)
Olympiacos vs Fenerbahce Beko (First game on April 26)
Barcelona vs Zalgiris (First game on April 26)
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