Czech Football League Reports Increased Mid-Season Attendance Numbers
The Czech Republic's Gambrinus Liga "has posted improved attendance results" for the '13-14 mid-season, according to Jaroslaw Adamowski of INSIDE WORLD FOOTBALL. After 15 rounds, the average match attendance was 5,062, up 10.5% from 4,584 in the same period a year earlier. The improved mid-season results at Czech stadiums "come after three seasons of continuing decline in attendance at the top tier of the Czech professional football league." This year, among the 16 Czech football clubs competing in the Gambrinus Liga, "the highest average home attendance" was reported by Viktoria Plzno, with 10,207. Sparta Prague was second, with an average of 9,647, followed by FK Teplice, with 7,168, and Slavia Prague, with 7,120. The "lowest average attendance" was reported by Dukla Prague, with 2,841, and Zbrojovka Brno, with only 1,650 (INSIDE WORLD FOOTBALL, 1/6).