Average audience of 30,991… ‘Spring in Seoul’ came with hot offensive football

Average of 2 goals per match. ‘Spring in Seoul’ has arrived with hot attack football. Professional football FC Seoul is cruising at the beginning of the 2023 season, catching both rabbits in terms of performance and box office success.

As of the 7th, 카지노사이트Seoul is in second place with 6 wins, 2 draws and 3 losses (20 points), following leader Ulsan Hyundai (28 points).

Seoul, which was once considered one of the most popular clubs, suffered a period of stagnation by remaining in the lower split for two consecutive years until last year. But this year has been different.

By scoring 22 goals (2 goals per game) in 11 games, he transformed into an attacking football, achieved results, and at the same time brought many fans back to the stadium. Leading scorer Na Sang-ho (7 goals), Im Sang-hyeop, Palosevich (3 goals) and Hwang Eui-jo (2 goals) are showing an even performance.

Seoul recorded the number of spectators at 37,008 despite heavy rain at the Jeonbuk Hyundai Exhibition held on Children’s Day on May 5th. The average number of spectators exceeded 30,000 in five home games this season, including against Jeonbuk.

22,204 people attended the match against Incheon United on February 25th, and 20,549 people visited the site against Ulsan on March 12th.

On April 8, against Daegu FC, a whopping 45,007 cloud spectators visited Sangambeol thanks to the effect of singer Lim Young-woong. This is the record for the largest number of spectators in sports in Korea since the COVID-19 pandemic.

Then, on the 22nd of last month, 30,186 people in the super match against Samsung in Suwon, and 37,008 people in the match against Jeonbuk, the average number of spectators in the five games played in the homeroom was 30,991. It is an overwhelming figure even compared to Ulsan (17,456), which is second in average attendance, and Daejeon (14,636), which is third.

According to the Korea Professional Football Federation, Seoul was also the first club to record more than 30,000 spectators in three consecutive games since the K-League started counting only paid spectators in 2018. For reference, the average number of spectators in the K-League 1 this season is 10,431.

Seoul coach Ahn Ik-soo, who usually emphasized soccer that 10 million Seoul citizens and supporters, “Suho-sin,” can take pride in, expressed his gratitude to the fans visiting the stadium. At the same time, he promised to play better than he does now.

“We still have a long way to go, and we are in the middle of the process,” said Ahn.

Seoul, which leads the K-League box office in the beginning of the season, will have a 12th round home game against promoted team Gwangju FC at 7:30 pm on the 9th at the Seoul World Cup Stadium. Gwangju, which caused a sensation in the early stages, has recently lost momentum and is in 7th place with 4 wins, 2 draws and 5 losses (14 points).

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