Brazil has the second best average of public in World Cup's history
Numbers are 52,762 people per match, but in first place still comes the World in 1994, averaged 68,413
| Thiago Nogueira |
Salvador. With an audience of 52,762 per game, the World Cup of Brazil holds the second highest average attendance in the history of the competition, beating German Cup in 2006, averaged 52,491.
The average attendance at Brazilian stadiums is not only better than the 1994 World Cup in the United States, which averaged 68,413 fans. With only four games to end the 2014 World Cup, this average can not be overcome.
Translated by Henrique Bastos