Which World Cup had the most visitors?

Which World Cup had the most visitors?
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Another World Cup is knocking on the door. Fans have started packing their bags to support their favorite team. Looking at the number of spectators at previous World Cups, one can see the kind of spectator presence in Qatar. So far no World Cup ahead in the presence of spectators, the statistics match.

There is no shortage of excitement for football fans in Qatar ticket collection. The organizers are reporting that they are stumbling to get tickets. In the meantime, 6 lakh tickets have been sold.

Leading the way in ticket sales so far is the 1994 World Cup, the United States World Cup. American stadiums witnessed more than 3.5 million spectators at the service. The Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California is still witnessing history. In the final, Brazil lifted the World Cup by beating Italy on penalties. Millions of spectators enjoyed the game that day sitting on the field. Which is one of the highest spectator attendance matches in the history of the FIFA World Cup.

The 1950 Brazil World Cup is ahead of all other spectators in terms of attendance. In the final match between Brazil and Uruguay, Maracana Stadium became a sea of ​​people that day. 1 million supporters sat on the field and watched the game that day. Brazil's huge spectator presence did not make a difference in the match that day. Uruguay lifted the World Cup by winning the match 2-1.

Considering the presence of spectators, the position of the 2014 Brazil World Cup is after the United States. 3.4 million fans of the service had the opportunity to watch the game at 12 venues. The galleries of all the matches were full to the brim.

All three have the 2006 German World Cup. In terms of spectator attendance, it is almost as close as the Brazil World Cup. Fourth place is the 2010 South Africa World Cup. Where more than 3 million spectators attended the event. The last Russia World Cup position is after him. 3 million spectators sat on the field and enjoyed the game. The French laughed last.

For those who have questions about how Qatar can be a spectator in the World Cup, it is good to say that this year's matches will be played in 6 venues in five cities. Due to the short distance from one venue to another, spectators can enjoy two matches in one day. The country has built all the stadiums within 70 kilometers. Qatar has also increased the number of seats to allow more spectators to watch the match than at any other time.

A maximum of 60,000 spectators can sit together and enjoy the match. The country has plans to increase the number of seats if necessary. Qatar is not lacking in organizing to attract visitors. In addition, the country offers Mediterranean hospitality opportunities for visitors. However, if the strict religious discipline in the Middle East does not affect it in the end, Qatar could also set a World Cup attendance record.