Greece’s Olympiacos Team Ranks Seventh in the World in Ticket Share



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Greece’s Olympiacos football team ranked seventh in the world in terms of ticket share in its country’s football league during the period between 2013 and 2018.

These results were the product of a study conducted by the International Centre for Sports Studies in Switzerland.

The Piraeus team can boast of garnering 27.5 percent of the total tickets sold in Greece’s Superleague, the top football league in the country.

This percentage brought Olympiacos to seventh place in the entire world, among fifty-one championships in forty-two countries across the world.

The football team at the top of the ticket sales competition was Scottish Celtic, with its fans representing the 36.5 percent of the total tickets sold in the Scottish Premiership.

The Olympiacos football team is based in Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium in Piraeus, Attica. It is the largest stadium in Greece which is exclusively devoted to football, and it was most recently renovated for the Olympic Games which took place in 2004.