Barca Back in Business! Camp Nou Packed with More Fans Than Any Club in Europe

Barcelona is finally back in the spotlight and shining brighter than ever! After a dry spell of silverware, Xavi Hernandez’s side has won its first trophy since 2021’s Copa del Rey, and is now on a mission to win its first La Liga title in four years.

It’s no secret that the Blaugrana’s success has brought fans flocking back to the Camp Nou, with an average of 82,825 fans packing the stadium for each home match – the highest attendance among European clubs, as reported by Transfermarkt.

Dortmund and Bayern are trailing close behind in second and third place, with Manchester United bringing up the rear in fourth. Real Madrid is just ahead of their city rivals Atletico Madrid, clocking in at sixth place with an average of 56,991 fans this season.

Even though the Camp Nou boasts the largest capacity in Europe, holding 99,354 fans, it’s clear that Xavi has a way of drawing a crowd. It’s an electrifying time to be a Barcelona supporter, and the future looks bright!”

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