Tottenham Attendance Figures 2018-19 Home Games | Spurs Wembley & New Stadium Crowds 18-19 season

By Soccer Blog | Oct 29, 2018

Here are the attendance stats for Tottenham Hotspur’s home games during the 2018/19 season. Spurs were expected to move to a new stadium and finally did so on 3 April 2019, but delays have resulted in them playing most of their home games at Wembley. We did these stats for the 2017/18 season as well.

Last updated after Spurs vs Everton (attendance 60,124- Premier League) on 12 May 2019

What is Spurs’ average home attendance for the 2018/19 season?

Average overall Premier League attendance (Wembley + New Stadium) is 54,216 (10,30,111/19)

Average Premier League attendance for Spurs at Wembley only in 18/19 is 52,584 (7,36,170/14)

The average home attendance (PL + CL + League Cup SF) only for Wembley games is 54,611 (10,37,612/19).

If you include the home Cup game hosted at Stadium MK, Spurs’ overall average home attendance for the season becomes 54,648 (14,75,490/27) (all Games hosted at MK + Wembley + New Stadium)

What is Tottenham’s highest overall attendance during 2018/19 (all competitions included)?

It is the 82,137 that saw Spurs play Barcelona at Wembley on October 3, 2018. For a brief while, that was also the biggest crowd for any Champions League game this season till it was overtaken.

What is Tottenham’s highest Premier League crowd during 18/19?

The 81,332 crowd for the Spurs vs Arsenal North London Derby at Wembley on 2 March, 2019. Before that, it was the 80,188 crowd for the Spurs Liverpool game on 15 September, 2018.

What is Spurs’ lowest attendance during the 2018-2019 season?

It was the 29,164 crowd that saw them beat Watford 2-1 on 30 January, 2019 at Wembley. Before that, it was the 33,012 crowd for the Spurs v Southampton midweek game on 5 December, 2018. The third, fourth and fifth lowest crowds were 41,219 for Spurs vs Newcastle on February 2, 41,645 for Spurs v Burnley on 15 December, 2018 and 43,268 for Spurs v Cardiff on 6 October, 2018. Interestingly enough, the Cardiff one came just days after their highest crowd of 82,137 v Barcelona on October 3.

Note– Spurs’ “home” game against Watford in the Cup was actually hosted at Stadium MK, the home ground of MK Dons. Technically, this is their lowest attendance for the 18/19 season at 23,650.

All of Spurs’ home games (beginning 3 April, 2019 v Crystal Palace) were played at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Tottenham Hotspur Wembley & New Stadium Crowds 2018-2019

18 August 2018Spurs 3-1 Fulham58,297League
15 September 2018Spurs 1-2 Liverpool80,188League
26 September 2018Spurs 2-2 Watford *23,650Cup (EFL)
3 October 2018Spurs 2-4 Barcelona82,137Champions League
6 October 2018Spurs 1-0 Cardiff43,268League
29 October 2018Spurs 0-1 Man City56,854League
6 November 2018Spurs 2-1 PSV46,588Champions League
24 November 2018Spurs 3-1 Chelsea55,465League
28 November 2018Spurs 1-0 Inter57,132Champions League
5 December 2018Spurs 3-1 Southampton33,012League
15 December 2018Spurs 1-0 Burnley41,645League
26 December 2018Spurs 5-0 Bournemouth45,154League
29 December 2018Spurs 1-3 Wolves46,356League
8 January 2019Spurs 1-0 Chelsea44,371Cup (EFL)
13 January 2019Spurs 0-1 Man Utd80,062League
30 January 2019Spurs 2-1 Watford29,164League
2 February 2019Spurs 1-0 Newcastle41,219League
10 February 2019Spurs 3-1 Leicester44,154League
13 February 2019Spurs 3-0 Dortmud71,214Champions League
2 March 2019Spurs 1-1 Arsenal81,332League
3 April 2019Spurs 2-0 Palace59,215League
9 April 2019Spurs 1-0 Man City60,044Champions League
13 April 2019Spurs 4-0 Huddersfield58,308League
23 April 2019Spurs 1-0 Brighton56,251League
27 April 2019Spurs 0-1 West Ham60,043League
30 April, 2019Spurs 0-1 Ajax60,243Champions League
12 May, 2019Spurs 2-2 Everton60,124League
Attendances at Wembley & New Tottenham for Spurs home games during 18/19 season
6 Comments so far
  1. Sean October 30, 2018 2:47 am

    Interesting stats.

    Spurs v Man City at the same stadium in April 2018 drew 80,811 spectators.

    Spurs v Man City six months later in October draws a crowd of only 56,854.

    Yes, the latter was held on a Monday night, but it’s a significant drop given the level of opposition. Spurs Barca was also a midweek night game but had 82,137 as its attendance.

  2. Terry keogh November 24, 2018 10:04 pm

    Why have the fa cut the home attendance at Wembley I don’t understand it

  3. DJ November 28, 2018 4:00 pm

    The attendances here are generally well below the capacity for Wembley. That being the case, why are only 3,100 tickets given to away fans?

  4. Brian February 2, 2019 3:10 pm

    It’s not the FA that limits attendances at Wembley it is the local council. They only allow a certain amount of full capacity games per year. I am with you it seems like restraint of trading to me. I have yet to learn why they do it

  5. david February 5, 2019 3:34 pm

    The attendances are becoming a joke, by the end of the season the average could fall below 40k,

  6. Peter March 3, 2019 11:40 pm

    Typical wannabes Tottenham always will be partimers chasing glory with no hope of captor.

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