NCAA division I men's basketball attendance leaders 2018

NCAA division I men's basketball average attendance by team in 2018

NCAA division I men's basketball attendance leaders 2018 The statistic shows the NCAA division I men's basketball teams with the highest average attendance in 2018. The games of Kentucky were attended by an average of 21,874 people per game.
NCAA basketball attendance – additional information

The total paid attendance at NCAA college basketball tournament games reached the highest figure to date in 2013, when nearly 800,000 spectators paid to watch March Madness games. This figure has slightly changed over the years. The NCAA college basketball tournament games registered a total of 740,000 paying spectators in 2015. College basketball followers and fans also have the option to watch the games on broadcast TV. In the spring of 2015, around 53 million people watched a college basketball event on broadcast TV in the U.S. In the same year, the championship game had the highest average TV viewership amongst all NCAA March Madness basketball tournament games, as 28.3 million viewers watched the NCAA men’s basketball championship game between Duke and Wisconsin in April of 2015.

The Syracuse Orange men's basketball team had the highest average attendance in 2014. The team’s games were attended by an average of 26,253 people per game that year. In comparison, the Kentucky Wildcats, which has the second highest average attendance in the association, had nearly 23,000 attendants per game in 2014. The Wildcats have a successful track record in the NCAA, as they lead the association in terms of March Madness appearances – the team has played in a total of 54 tournaments – and has the second most number of NCAA basketball titles, eight as of 2016. Louisville – a team which was amongst the best four college basketball teams a total of 10 times – had the third highest average attendance in 2014, with an average of 21,282 people. The three teams mentioned above, Syracuse, Kentucky and Louisville, play in three of the top 10 largest basketball arenas in the world in regards to public capacity.
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NCAA division I men's basketball average attendance by team in 2018

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Kentucky21,874
Syracuse21,462
North Carolina18,378
Wisconsin17,272
Creighton17,000
Louisville16,883
Kansas16,344
Tennessee16,209
Arkansas16,181
Indiana15,590
Nebraska15,492
North Carolina St.15,253
Missouri15,061
Michigan St.14,797
Maryland14,675
Average attendance
Kentucky21,874
Syracuse21,462
North Carolina18,378
Wisconsin17,272
Creighton17,000
Louisville16,883
Kansas16,344
Tennessee16,209
Arkansas16,181
Indiana15,590
Nebraska15,492
North Carolina St.15,253
Missouri15,061
Michigan St.14,797
Maryland14,675
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The statistic shows the NCAA division I men's basketball teams with the highest average attendance in 2018. The games of Kentucky were attended by an average of 21,874 people per game.
NCAA basketball attendance – additional information

The total paid attendance at NCAA college basketball tournament games reached the highest figure to date in 2013, when nearly 800,000 spectators paid to watch March Madness games. This figure has slightly changed over the years. The NCAA college basketball tournament games registered a total of 740,000 paying spectators in 2015. College basketball followers and fans also have the option to watch the games on broadcast TV. In the spring of 2015, around 53 million people watched a college basketball event on broadcast TV in the U.S. In the same year, the championship game had the highest average TV viewership amongst all NCAA March Madness basketball tournament games, as 28.3 million viewers watched the NCAA men’s basketball championship game between Duke and Wisconsin in April of 2015.

The Syracuse Orange men's basketball team had the highest average attendance in 2014. The team’s games were attended by an average of 26,253 people per game that year. In comparison, the Kentucky Wildcats, which has the second highest average attendance in the association, had nearly 23,000 attendants per game in 2014. The Wildcats have a successful track record in the NCAA, as they lead the association in terms of March Madness appearances – the team has played in a total of 54 tournaments – and has the second most number of NCAA basketball titles, eight as of 2016. Louisville – a team which was amongst the best four college basketball teams a total of 10 times – had the third highest average attendance in 2014, with an average of 21,282 people. The three teams mentioned above, Syracuse, Kentucky and Louisville, play in three of the top 10 largest basketball arenas in the world in regards to public capacity.
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Release date
September 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2018
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