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The UFL attendance would be terrible in Week 6 if STL fans don’t show up




Michigan Panthers' Jake Bates kicks a 62-yard field goal, a week after hitting from 64Michigan Panthers' Jake Bates kicks a 62-yard field goal, a week after hitting from 64
The UFL attendance for Week 6 is still lower than average if you don’t include St. Louis

More than 250,000 fans attended UFL games this year, which is huge considering we’re just halfway through. The UFL averages over 10,000 fans per game, but that’s largely due to the St. Louis Battlehawks fans pouring into their stadium.

St. Louis set the attendance record for a modern spring football game with 40,317 at The Dome at America’s Center on April 6. This week they hit it out of the park again, reaching over 32,000 fans.

The game between the Arlington Renegades and Michigan Panthers had only 7,428 fans. So far the two games in week 6 have had 5k plus fans and 7.4k fans. When you add in the 32k from St. Louis, the numbers skyrocket to well over 10k fans. It’s good to see, but the markets aren’t buying into the UFL like St. Louis is.

The games are very exciting. Look at this, the kicker Jake Bates hit the game winner.

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