The 2023 Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) Women’s World Cup, co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, is on track to reach an average attendance of 30,000.According to the Associated Press, FIFA said a total of 1.734 million people have attended the 60 matches of the tournament so far. That’s more than 28,900 people per game. The previous tournament, the 2019 World Cup in France, had an average attendance of 21,756, nearly 7,000 fewer than that. The average attendance for all FIFA Women’s World Cups is 24,780.The World Cup kicked off on March 20 and is now nearing its conclusion. There are four matches left: two quarterfinals, the third-place game, and the final .With 46,493 fans in attendance for each of these four games, the average attendance will be 30,000.The previous Women’s World Cup with the highest average attendance was the 1999 USA, which averaged 37,319. The 2007 event in China also had an average of 37,218.However, there were only 32 matches, half as many as this tournament. That’s because there were only 16 participating countries. After the 2015 World Cup in Canada, where the field 토토사이트 was expanded to 24 nations, the average attendance dropped slightly, hovering around 20,000.This year’s tournament, on the other hand, was the first to feature 32 teams, and despite the increased number of games, the average attendance increased as well This trend was driven by the hosts, Australia. After reaching a “sellout crowd” of 75,784 for their opening match against Ireland at Stadium Australia in Sydney, the Socceroos tied the attendance record at the same venue for their final Group B match against Denmark. The quarterfinal between England and Colombia was also played here, with all seats filled. On average, 25,385 people attended the Korean national team’s matches in Group H. Against Colombia, Morocco, and Germany, the numbers were 24,323, 12,886, and 38,945, respectively.