avg.team attendance. (1 Viewer)

Desmond

Senior Member
Jul 12, 2002
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#1
Rank Team Avg.
1 AC Milan 65,810
2 Inter Milan 61,172
3 Roma 57,000
4 Lazio 48,000
5 Juventus 41,648
6 Reggina 26,000
7 Bologna 24,587
8 Torino 18,875
9 Parma 16,241
10 Brescia 16,142
11 Atalanta 15,625
12 Modena 14,714
13 Chievo Verona 14,336
14 Udinese 14,142
15 Perugia 11,357
16 Empoli 10,812
17 Piacenza 10,500
18 Como 9,333
 

juvelover

Senior Member
Jul 13, 2002
1,026
#6
because the staduim is not that good as some supporters said in another threads and that's why juve are planning to change the shape of the staduim
 

Primo

Juventus FC - Philippines
Dec 20, 2002
1,436
#9
Comparing the capacity of the Dell Alpi with the current average attendance, only 61% of the Delle Alpi is filled with fans. This isn't economical if you ask me. It's a good thing The Board decided to approve of the stadio's rennovation. I think it'll be reduved to some 45,000 seats. Which is just prefect for our average attendance.

I'm pretty sure that Moggi has analyzed these facts a long time ago. No wonder they decided to reduce the seating capacity.
 

Layce Erayce

Senior Member
Aug 11, 2002
9,116
#10
++ [ originally posted by primo_mp ] ++

I'm pretty sure that Moggi has analyzed these facts a long time ago. No wonder they decided to reduce the seating capacity.
I dont think Moggi's in charge of this issue. I think he's just the football director or something.
 

Layce Erayce

Senior Member
Aug 11, 2002
9,116
#12
++ [ originally posted by Nick ] ++
Moggi should be thinking of ways to increase our av. attendance not how to reduce it's capacity...

the only way that can be done is by becoming a world-renowned team. then a whole herd of glory-hunters will call themselves 'juventini' and 'bianconeri' and fill our stands. theres nothing moggi can do about it...

unless he starts a cult and brainwashes people.....hmmm......not that bad an idea now is it....
 

paulo

Senior Member
Aug 14, 2002
640
#13
++ [ originally posted by lacrease ] ++



the only way that can be done is by becoming a world-renowned team. then a whole herd of glory-hunters will call themselves 'juventini' and 'bianconeri' and fill our stands. theres nothing moggi can do about it...

unless he starts a cult and brainwashes people.....hmmm......not that bad an idea now is it....
:D Not bad at all.

I think that something needs to be done about the low attendance, but I don't like the idea of reducing capacity. If everything goes as it's planned, I think our new stadium will have 48 000, not even 50 000! While San Siro, Olimpico and many other stadiums in Europe have a lot more.:down:

How about building a new, super-modern arena with at least 50 000 seats? Of course no running tracks would be built, like in Stadio Delle Alpi, so the fans would be closer to the soccer field. It would probably cost a huge amount of money, but on the other hand one of the best teams in the world would have a great arena. And I think Juve afford to make such investation. I know it sounds unrealistic, but it would be great!:cool::cool:
 

Ahmed_

Bench Warmer
Dec 23, 2002
770
#15
Juve have more fans than any other team in italy .... so why the stadium is not always full??:confused:

Is it because most of the people in Turin are Torino fans??:confused:
 

Layce Erayce

Senior Member
Aug 11, 2002
9,116
#17
++ [ originally posted by Nick ] ++
I think that the perfect would be a new stadium with 60,000 seats.

actually how bout 55,000??

after all we arent nearly as big as milan or rome where population is concerned. nor international recognition, or tourism... i mean we're like the underdogs that overdogged...like the little old lady that could, like the turtle in the turtle and the bunny, like the grapes in the sour grapes,
 

Nick

Junior Member
Jul 12, 2002
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#18
We are bigger concerning fans...and that should be the only thing that counts concerning attendance,tourists don't go to stadiums...
 

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