The K-League, which celebrated its 40th anniversary, set a special goal for the 2023 season. We want to open the era of 10,000 average spectators for the first time in history. The atmosphere is very good. The total number of spectators for ‘Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023’, which played a total of 66 games up to round 11 during the three-day golden holiday including Children’s Day (May 5), was 688,439, with an average of 10,431. .
FC Seoul stands out. Seoul, which has been sluggish in recent years, is currently in second place (6 wins, 2 draws, 3 losses, 20 points) after completing 11 rounds this season, and is quickly recovering its lost pride. Excellent performance led to box office success. On April 8, when popular singer Lim Young-woong stepped up as a coordinator, Daegu FC recorded 45,007, the most in domestic professional sports since the ‘new coronavirus infection (Corona 19)’ pandemic, followed by Suwon Samsung Match (April 22, 3 186 people) and Jeonbuk Hyundai (5th, 37,008 people) exceeded 30,000 spectators in three consecutive home games. A total of 154,954 people, an average of 30,991, entered Seoul’s five home games this season.
In particular, the match against Jeonbuk, which was drawn after conceding 11 seconds in the first half and tied with a dramatic equalizer at the end of the second half, was much more valuable as it unfolded for 90 minutes amidst heavy rain and a disaster message announcing the danger from early morning. Seoul coach Ahn Ik-soo said, “Many children came to visit us despite the inclement weather. He must have felt a lot when he saw players pouring their passion towards their goals.”
Daegu also definitely enjoyed the ‘Children’s Day Special’. After a bloody battle in the rain, they lost 0-3 to leader Ulsan Hyundai, but 11,929 people watched. Daegu is already experiencing an extraordinary soccer boom, attracting a total of 52,803 people and an average of 10,561 people over five home games. DGB Daegu Bank Park, the nation’s best football stadium, plays a big role in this. 토토사이트
Incheon United also contributed to the crowd gathering. 8,637 people enthusiastically cheered for the home team Incheon on Children’s Day, even though they presented last-place Suwon Samsung with their first win of the season. Incheon recorded a total of 46,446 spectators and an average of 7,741 spectators in six home matches.