FIFA World Cup Records - Attendance - Total and Average Attendance

Total and Average Attendance

Year Matches Attendance Lowest match attendance Highest match attendance Avg Attendance
1930 18 434,500 Round 1 300 Final 93,000 24,139
1934 17 358,000 Round 1 8,000 Semi-finals 60,000 21,059
1938 18 483,000 Quarterfinals 6,846 Quarterfinals 58,455 26,833
1950 22 1,043,500 Round 1 4,000 Final 199,854 47,432
1954 26 889,500 Round 1 3,000 Round 1 65,000 34,212
1958 35 919,580 Round 1 6,196 Final 51,800 26,274
1962 32 899,074 Round 1 5,700 Semi-finals 76,500 28,096
1966 32 1,635,000 Round 1 16,000 Round 1 98,270 51,094
1970 32 1,603,975 Round 1 10,000 Final 107,412 50,127
1974 38 1,774,022 Round 1 10,000 Round 1 83,168 46,685
1978 38 1,546,151 Round 1 9,624 Round 1 71,712 40,688
1982 52 2,109,723 Round 1 11,000 Round 1 95,500 40,572
1986 52 2,393,031 Round 1 13,800 Final 114,600 46,020
1990 52 2,516,348 Round 1 27,833 Round 1 74,765 48,391
1994 52 3,587,538 Round 1 50,535 Final 94,194 68,991
1998 64 2,785,100 Round 1 27,650 Final 80,000 43,517
2002 64 2,705,197 Round 1 24,000 Final 69,029 42,269
2006 64 3,359,439 Round 1 38,000 Quarterfinals 72,000 52,491
2010 64 3,178,856 Round 1 23,871 Final 84,490 49,670

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