Tottenham Attendance Figures 2017-18 Home Fixtures | Spurs Wembley Crowds 17-18 Season

By Soccer Blog | Dec 20, 2017

Here are Tottenham Hotspur’s attendances for the 2017/2018 season, including home games in the Premiership, Champions League and all Cup competitions.

With THFC moving to Wembley full time in 2017/18, they are now the club with the second highest average attendance in the Premier League (Manchester United are first), moving above the likes of Arsenal, West Ham, Man City and Liverpool. Spurs’ average attendance in the 2016/17 PL was 31,639, which put them 9th for average league attendance last season.

What is Tottenham’s highest overall attendance at Wembley during 2017/18 (all competitions included)?

It is the 83,782 crowd that watched Spurs beat Real Madrid 3-1 in the Champions League on November 1, 2017

What is Spurs’ highest Premier League attendance this 17/18 season?

The 80,827 fans who trooped in to watch Spurs beat Liverpool 4-1 on 22 October, 2017

What is Spurs’ lowest league attendance in the 2017/18 season?

It is the 46,438 that saw Tottenham beat Brighton & Hove Albion Wembley 2-0 on 14 December, 2017

Edit– 46,438 was certainly the original figure released for Spurs v Brighton- it was quoted on Yahoo, Kicker, L’Equipe and many other major news outlets. However the official figure later seems to have changed to 55,124.

If we take 55,124 as the correct attendance figure for Spurs v Brighton, then Spurs v West Ham on January 4, 2018 with 50,034 becomes the league figure with the lowest attendance.

Another example is Spurs v Southampton. Original figure released was 55,412, but was later changed to 57,297.

What is Tottenham’s lowest Wembley attendance in 2017/18 (all competitions)?

It is the 23,826 who watched Spurs beat Barnsley 1-0 in the League Cup on 19 September, 2017

What is Tottenham’s average attendance at Wembley this season? (Stats as of January 13, 2018 after Spurs v Everton Premier League game)

Average Spurs attendance in 17/18 Premier League– 65,221
Average Spurs home attendance in 2017/18 Champions League– 64,601
Average Tottenham attendance in 17/18 League Cup– 29,997
Average Tottenham 2017/18 FA Cup Wembley attendance– 47,527
Overall average Tottenham Wembley Attendance in 2017/18– 60,221 (1083981/18)

Tottenham Hotspur Wembley Crowds 2017-2018

DateGameAttendanceCompetition
20 August 2017Spurs 1-2 Chelsea73,587League
27 August 2017Spurs 1-0 Burnley67,862League
13 September 2017Spurs 3-1 Dortmund67,343UCL
16 September 2017Spurs 0-0 Swansea65,366League
19 September 2017Spurs 1-0 Barnsley23,826Cup (League)
14 October 2017Spurs 1-0 Bournemouth73,502League
22 October 2017Spurs 4-1 Liverpool80,827League
25 October 2017Spurs 2-3 West Ham36,168Cup (League)
1 November, 2017Spurs 3-1 Real Madrid83,782UCL
5 November 2017Spurs 1-0 Palace65,270League
25 November, 2017Spurs 1-1 WBA65,905League
6 December, 2017Spurs 3-0 APOEL42,679UCL
9 December, 2017Spurs 5-1 Stoke62,202League
14 December, 2017Spurs 2-0 Brighton46,438League
26 December 2017Spurs 5-2 Southampton55,412League
4 January 2018Spurs 1-1 West Ham50,034League
7 January 2018Spurs 3-0 Wimbledon47,527FA Cup
13 January 2018Spurs 4-0 Everton76,251League
Attendances at Wembley for Spurs home games during 17/18 season
3 Comments so far
  1. SS January 13, 2018 7:11 pm

    Interesting that more people turned up at Spurs v Everton (76251) compared to Spurs v Chelsea (73587).

  2. Robert Sumner January 20, 2018 11:35 am

    Hi, your attendance figure for Tottenham v Brighton is incorrect, it was 55,124 as reported on premier league (dot) com and tottenhamhotspur (dot) com.

  3. Soccer Blog January 20, 2018 2:39 pm

    Hi Robert,

    This is an interesting one. The original figure released was most definitely 46,438- you can see several major media outlets with that figure- Yahoo, Kicker, LEquipe and even esp n. They might have decided to update the figure later on- we’ll add a note in this regard.

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