Revealed! The best- and worst-supported Bundesliga clubs
Bayern Munich possess a 100% stadium attendance over the course of the 2015-16 season.
The German champions, who look set to win a fourth successful league title, are 0.3% ahead of second place Borussia Dortmund (99.7% stadium fill per game - so that works out at 81,132 fans attending each game on average at the 81,359 capacity Signal Iduna Park). Third are Dortmund’s local rivals - Schalke (98.7% - 61,160/61,973)
The league average (91.6%), which is only beaten by the Premier League, is hampered by Hertha Berlin’s average stadium fill (64.0% - 47,618/74,400) despite the club’s strong outing this season. Hannover are quite the distance away with (81.7% - 40,033/49,000) and VfB Stuttgart complete the bottom three (82.6% - 49,937/60,449).
Newly promoted Ingolstadt are fourth with their fans enjoying life in the German top flight (97.92% - 14,688/15,000).
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