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Football Notes: Barcelona On Pace For Worst Per-Game Attendance Of Decade

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 09 / 18

Sunday's game between Barcelona and Levante drew a crowd of 56,380 to Camp Nou , nearly 6,000 below Barcelona's season average of 63,000 . That figure "excludes the game against Las Palmas, which was played behind closed doors." Camp Nou's capacity is 99,354. Barcelona is "on pace to have its l...

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