Illustrative photo – Match of the 3rd round of the extension of the first football league, title group Slavia Prague – Viktoria Plzeň, May 20, 2023, Prague. Slavia fans' choreo.
Prague – Slavia footballers have been the most visited team in the league at home for the past 19 seasons. In the past year of the top competition, an average of 14,729 spectators per match arrived at Eden for the second team in the final table, which is the most since the 2003/04 season. At that time, an average of 15,376 fans watched Baník Ostrava's home matches on the way to later winning the title at Bazale.
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The absolute record of a separate league is held by Brno from the 1996/97 season with an average attendance of 21,659 spectators per match. The audience record of the highest competition since the division of the federation also comes from the same year, the match between Brno and Slavia at the legendary Za Lužánkami stadium in October 1996 was watched by 44,120 fans.
Last season, Slavia had the highest home attendance from the club's independent history and since 1967/68, when an average of 17,538 spectators watched one match of the red and whites.
Even the new league champion Sparta attracted the most fans since the division of the federation. Letenský had an average home attendance of 14,347 supporters, which is the highest since the 1983/84 season. Back then, according to the specialized statistics website CSFOTBAL, an average of 15,106 spectators attended Sparta.
Overview of the teams with the highest home attendance in individual league seasons:
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Note: 2020/21 and 2021/22 seasons have been affected by coronavirus restrictions