Fans have been flocking to Rugby World Cup matches this year with almost a million passing through the turnstiles to date.
That’s an average of 49,146 people per match with grounds operating at an average of 92% of capacity.
Wembley Stadium has so far been leading the way, with the three London stadiums all proving the most popular.
The stadium has been 99% full and has hosted an average of 89,143 fans for its two matches, both of which broke the attendance record for a Rugby World Cup match.
Wembley first broke the record on September 20 when 89,019 fans piled in to watch New Zealand beat Argentina. That record was subsequently broken again just seven days later when 89,267 went to watch Ireland beat Romania on September 27.
Average occupancy rate at each World Cup stadium
Twickenham has been the second most popular stadium with an average of 79,125 fans and an average occupancy rate of 97% - the same figure as the Brighton Community Stadium, the most successful outside the capital.
Only three grounds have seen occupancy rates of under 90% – Sandy Park, Exeter (82%), the Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester (86%), and Elland Road, Leeds (88%).
England have been the biggest crowd pullers so far.
An average of 80,572 people have been attending the host nation’s games, with Twickenham being 99% full on average for England’s games.
Ireland have been the next biggest draw with an average of 78,895 fans going to their games, filling an average of 96% of their stadiums.
Wales are third with 76,508 (98% capacity) followed by Fiji with 73,634 (95%), New Zealand with 70,420 (98%) and Romania with 69,947 (97%).
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