Special Report

The World Cups With the Highest Attendance Per Game

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6. 1966 England
> Avg attendance per game: 50,459
> Total attendance: 1,614,677 — 13th highest
> World Cup champion: England
> Runner up: West Germany

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5. 1970 Mexico
> Avg attendance per game: 52,312
> Total attendance: 1,673,975 — 12th highest
> World Cup champion: Brazil
> Runner up: Italy

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4. 2006 Germany
> Avg attendance per game: 52,609
> Total attendance: 3,367,000 — 3rd highest
> World Cup champion: Italy
> Runner up: France

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3. 2014 Brazil
> Avg attendance per game: 53,772
> Total attendance: 3,441,450 — 2nd highest
> World Cup champion: Germany
> Runner up: Argentina

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2. 1950 Brazil
> Avg attendance per game: 60,773
> Total attendance: 1,337,000 — 15th highest
> World Cup champion: Uruguay
> Runner up: Brazil

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