Warriors Establish Second Highest Total Attendance In Franchise History

April 15, 2013
Warriors Establish Second Highest Total Attendance In Franchise History
Team Draws Nearly 800,000 Fans For The Season; 8TH Straight Season Averaging Over 18,000 Per Game

The Golden State Warriors established the second-highest total attendance in franchise history for the 2012-13 season with 794,320 fans, the team announced tonight after this evening's regular season finale at Oracle Arena drew a capacity crowd of 19,596. The team also had a per-game average of 19,374 fans which marks the 8th straight season average over 18,000 fans per game and represents the second highest average attendance in franchise history, with the 2007-08 season reaching 19,631. The Warriors are one of only seven NBA teams to average over 18,000 per game in each of the last eight seasons, joining the Bulls, Mavericks, Knicks, Lakers, Jazz and Spurs.

The Warriors hosted a total of 34 sellouts and ended the season with a 32 game sellout streak, which is the most consecutive since the arena was renovated and expanded to its current capacity of 19,596 in 1996-97. The Warriors' 32 game sellout streak is the ninth longest current streak in the NBA. This season's sellout total surpasses the previous expanded-arena best of 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 fifth overall in the NBA in average attendance.

The following shows the Warriors' attendance figures over the last ten seasons.