Qatar 2022: First day of the World Cup reaches 94% attendance at stadiums

The Qatar 2022 World Cup stadiums have registered during the first day of the group stage of the tournament one average attendance of 94% of its total capacity, according to data published by the FIFA.

The report of the governing body of world soccer also reveals that the match with the largest number of spectators in the stadium was the Brazil-Serbia2-0, in the Lusail Stadiumon November 24, recording 88 thousand 103 people in the stands nearby.

That same day, the FIFA Fan Festival at Al Bidda Park in Doha also achieved a record of cumulative attendance, with more than 98 thousand fans throughout the day. The multinational festival, also present at the Mexico Citybroadcasts all matches on giant screens, in addition to providing free entertainment with concerts.

In TVFIFA held a increase in audience compared to the 2018 Russia World Cup. The World Cup debut between Qatar and Ecuador gathered a average of 3.3 million viewerswith a peak of 3.6 million, a 109% increase in relation to Russia-Saudi Arabia in 2018.

The defense of the world title of the French team against Australiawhom they beat 4-1, recorded a audience in the country of 12.53 million people on average and a 14 million peakscreen share that represents 48.1%.

(With information from Europe Press)

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