Nobody in the ACC is remotely close to competing with Clemson on the field, and last season’s attendance figures bare that out. Clemson fans came out in droves to support their Tigers and nobody in the conference came close to matching those numbers.

However, when you take into account the seating capacity at each venue, one team did outdraw the Tigers in 2019. North Carolina sold out every home game last season for the first time since 1983. Not even Clemson accomplished that feat in 2019.

2019 ACC Attendance

  • Clemson: 80,900 (81,500)
  • Va Tech: 58,300 (66,233)
  • NC State: 56,500 (57,583)
  • Florida St: 54,000 (79,500)
  • Miami: 52,900 (65,326)
  • UNC: 50,500 (50,500)
  • Louisville: 49,900 (61,000)
  • Virginia: 47,900 (61,500)
  • GT: 44,600 (55,000)
  • Pittsburgh: 43,400 (68,400)
  • Syracuse: 42,200 (49,250)
  • BC: 34,200 (44,500)
  • WF: 27,000 (21,500)
  • Duke: 25,800 (40,004)

What a difference a year makes for some. While attendance was down as a whole overall in 2019, look how much it fell off in Tallahassee in year two of the Willie Taggart era.

2018 ACC Attendance

  • Clemson- 81,600
  • FSU: 74,300
  • VT: 61,600
  • NC State: 56,500
  • Miami: 55,800
  • Louisville: 50,500
  • UNC: 49,700
  • GT: 47,300
  • Pitt: 42,700
  • UVA: 40,300
  • Syracuse: 35,300
  • BC: 34,000
  • Duke: 27,400
  • WF:27,100

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