Attendance stats are calculated by averaging each team's self-reported home attendances from the historical match archive at http://www.uslsoccer.com/history/index_E.html.
- 2009: 361
- 2010: 616
- 2011: 1531
- 2012: 2885
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... Malmö FF experienced an average attendance of around 13,000 for the first ten years at the stadium average crowds then dropped to below 10,000 by the end of the 1970s ... By the 1990s, attendances were at an all time low, with less than 5,000 people on average coming to Malmö FF matches ... During their seasons in Allsvenskan, IFK Malmö had attracted an average attendance of around 10,000 spectators between 1957–58 and 1962 ...
... The clubs crowd attendances for the 2010–11 season were still strong despite the lack of on-field success ... The club finished the season with the highest home average attendance of the Western League Premier Division with an average attendance of 136 ... Their highest home attendance for 2010–11 was 383 for the match against local rivals Bitton AFC ...
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