The Football 24-7 team have compiled the Average Premier League attendance figures for the 2022 – 2023 season for home games below:
Premier League Attendances Chart
|Supporter Average Attendance|
|West Ham United||62,461|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||31,480|
To calculate the average Premier League home game attendance figures, you need to follow these steps:
- Determine the number of home games played by a specific team during a particular season. In the Premier League, each team typically plays 19 home games per season.
- Collect the attendance figures for each individual home game. These figures are usually provided in match reports, official websites, or reputable sports databases.
- Add up all the attendance figures from the home games for the specific team during the season.
- Divide the total attendance figure by the number of home games played to calculate the average attendance.
How to Calculate the Average Attendance Figures
Here’s a formula to illustrate the calculation:
Average Attendance = Total Attendance / Number of Home Games
For example, let’s say you want to calculate the average attendance for Team X in a particular Premier League season:
- Team X played 19 home games.
- The attendance figures for each home game were as follows:
- Game 1: 50,000
- Game 2: 48,000
- Game 3: 51,000
- Game 19: 52,000
To calculate the average attendance for Team X, you would add up all the attendance figures and divide by 19 (the number of home games):
Average Attendance = (50,000 + 48,000 + 51,000 + … + 52,000) / 19
Once you perform the calculation, you’ll have the average Premier League home game attendance figure for the specific team during that season.