historic attendance record for the season in Pro D2


Published yesterday at 4:39 p.m., Updated yesterday at 6:25 p.m.

RC Vannes supporters. Damien Kilani / DPPI / Panoramic

At the end of the 30th and final day of the regular season, Pro D2 attracted more than 1.3 million spectators to the stadiums.

An increase of 18% compared to last season in the Pro D2 stadiums which attracted 1,354,310 spectators over the entire regular season for a historic attendance record.

According to figures from the LNR, RC Vannes is at the top of these attendances, with more than 10,000 spectators (10,610) per match at the Rabine stadium. Closely followed by CA Brive (8,622 spectators) as well as FC Grenoble Rugby and Provence Rugby which respectively brought together nearly 8,000 and more than 7,000 spectators over all the matches (7,997 and 7,248).

AS Béziers Hérault, for its part, recorded an average attendance of 6,286 spectators, an increase of 39% compared to last season. On average, the 16 clubs in the championship welcomed more than 5,600 supporters this season (5,643).


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