2006 Football Home Game Attendance Largest in Clemson History

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CLEMSON, SC – The 2006 football home game total attendance is the highest in Clemson Memorial Stadium history as announced by the Clemson Athletic Department ticket office on Monday. A total of 570,542 fans attended the Tigers’ seven home games throughout the season.

The 2006 home game average attendance figure of 81,506 fans per game is the second best in school history. The 1988 football season is the most highly attended, with an average of 81,750 fans attending each of the Tigers’ six home games that year.

2006 Clemson Football Game-by-Game Attendance

September 2 – Florida Atlantic – 78,693

September 23 – North Carolina – 81,886

September 30 – Louisiana Tech – 81,564

October 21 – Georgia Tech – 82,630

November 4 – Maryland – 80,556

November 11 – North Carolina State – 81,785

November 25 – South Carolina – 83,428

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