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Second Bundesliga Clubs Sell Close To 180,000 Season Tickets For '15-16 Campaign

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 31 / 15

Second Bundesliga clubs "have sold an average of 10,000 season tickets for the '15-16 campaign," according to Nils Lehnebach of SPONSORs. The 18 clubs sold a total of 177,970 season tickets, which translates into an average of 9,887. Nuremberg is the club that sold the most season tickets with 19,80...

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