90,255 fans watched Barcelona and Manchester United go toe-to-toe at the Camp Nou tonight.
The two European heavyweights played out a thrilling 2-2 draw and the clash will be remembered for a number of reasons: one of them being it smashed the previous UEFA Europa League attendance record by nearly 10,000.
The Reds in Barcelona, Camp Nou.
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The previous record was held at Wembley, ironically when they drew 2-2 with Gent six years ago.
It doesn’t surprise us that Manchester United have now been involved in four of the Europa League’s six best attended matches, with just two of those games held at Old Trafford and proving yet again that we have the best away support in Europe.
Top six biggest crowds for a Europa League game
- 90,255: Barcelona 2-2 Man United – knockout round play-off
- 80,465: Tottenham 2-2 Gent – round of 32
- 75,180: Man United 1-1 Liverpool – round of 16
- 73,063: Man United 4-1 Fenerbahçe – group stage
- 67,553: Dynamo Kyiv 5-2 Everton – round of 16
- 67,328: Man United 1-2 Ajax – round of 32
Figures courtesy of UEFA