Warriors Establish Second Highest Total Attendance In Franchise History
Club Currently Has Streak Of 79 Consecutive Sellouts; 9th Straight Season Averaging Over 18,000 Per Game

The Golden State Warriors have established the second-highest total attendance in franchise history for the 2013-14 season with 803,436 fans, the team announced during this evening’s regular season finale at Oracle Arena that drew a capacity crowd of 19,596. The team also sold out all 41 home games during the 2013-14 season and currently has a streak of 79 consecutive sellouts. The Warriors have averaged over 18,000 per game in each of the last nine seasons and capped season tickets sales at a franchise record 14,500 this season and currently have a Season Ticket Priority Wait List with over 3,800 members.

The 19,596 fans at every game marks the 9th straight season average over 18,000 fans per game and represents the second highest attendance in franchise history, with the 2007-08 season reaching 19, 631. The Warriors 79 consecutive sellouts is the most since the arena was renovated and expanded to its current capacity of 19,596 in 1996-97 and is also the seventh longest current streak in the NBA. Since the capacity was increased in 1996-97, this was the first time the Warriors sold out all 41 regular season home games. This season’s sellout total surpasses last season’s sellout total of 34 during the 2013-14 season. The high prior to the 2012-13 season was 32 sellouts in 2007-08. The Warriors will also finish the season ranked first among all NBA teams in mobile device fan "check-ins."

The Warriors finished the season ranked sixth overall in the NBA in average attendance. The following shows the Warriors’ attendance figures over the last ten seasons.

Season
Total Attendance
Season-Ending Average
2013-14
803,436
19,596
2012-13
794,320
19,374
2011-12
622,311
18,858
2010-11
766,398
18,693
2009-10
739,120
18,027
2008-09
776,658
18,942
2007-08
804,864*
19,631*
2006-07
742,267
18,104
2005-06
749,185
18,273
2004-05
670,368
16,350
*Established New Franchise Record



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