Zidane magic - Real Madrid regain the fans of the Santiago Bernabeu


Real Madrid fans are re-emerging strongly at the Bernabéu

The Santiago Bernabéu reached a record attendance on Saturday night against Espanyol in the 15th round of La Liga.

Espanyol's match-up reached 64,125 despite the time of the match at noon, exceeding the team's best record in la Liga last season, according to the Spanish newspaper Marca.

The average number of spectators was 61.015 last season for Real Madrid and the crowd broke the barrier of 70,000 only three times against Barcelona in the second leg of the Copa del Rey, Atlético Madrid in the league and Ajax in the second leg of the Champions League final, with an audience of about 80,000.

This season, it has been repeated on several occasions, in front of Granada, 70,315 spectators and against Real Betis reached 70.375 and in the Paris saint-Germain match the number reached 75.335.

Although the Royal Club has played only 11 matches this season at home, attendance has increased to 6% from last season, which is likely to increase depending on the course of the season.

It is worth mentioning that Real Madrid is within the price of the Champions League final for second place in Group A as well as equal to Barcelona leader.

The Royal Club will face its Catalan counterpart on December 18th at the Camp Nou in a postponed meeting of the 10th round of la Liga.

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