Lech Poznan has welcomed the biggest attendance since Polish football resumed last month as almost 9,000 viewed the game with Legia Warsaw over the weekend.
Some 8,939 fans attended the Polish top-flight club’s Poznań Stadium to see a 2-1 victory for the home team, with 85 per cent of the 10,500 available seats filled.
Lech Poznan’s ticketing partner is Roboticket, whose technology has allowed the club to sit families together and thus increase capacity while adhering to social distancing rules.
Roboticket said its dynamic seating algorithm allows it to sell 18 per cent more tickets than would be available with a static chessboard setup.
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