Number of Passolig Card Holders exceeds 2 million in 2 years

Passolig announced subscription figures for the last almost-2 years. Passolig Card hits over 2 million users across 81 cities in Turkey in 2 years.

​Fenerbahce fans take the first place with more than 400 thousand Passolig Card holders in Turkey. Konyaspor also attracts attention among other Anatolian clubs as the only football team to cross the 100 thousand cards threshold.

Number of Passolig Card holders has exceeded 2 million following launch of Passolig system in 2014. Since then, 3 football clubs have crossed the threshold of 300,000 cards with Fenerbahce fans taking the lead with 400,367 Passolig cards in total, followed by Galatasaray and Besiktas with 377,239 and 320,615 card holders, respectively. Qualifying for the Europa League with the enormous support of its fans this season, Konyaspor also stands out as the only Anatolian club to cross the threshold of 100,000 cards with 100,418 card holders in total.

Adana Demirspor, fighting for promotion to Sport Toto Super Lig takes the lead with 39,162 Passolig Card holders, and it is followed by Samsunspor, Balikesirspor and Adanaspor.

Female Fenerbahce Fans take the lead in Passolig Card figures

Female Fenerbahce Fans take the lead in the number of Passolig Cards holders. Female fans of the Yellow Canaries ranked above several football clubs in Super Lig with 43 thousand 593 Passolig Card holders. They are followed by Galatasaray and Besiktas fans with 44 thousand 291 female Passolig Card holders in total. Also, looking at the age range of Passolig Card Holders, the largest group consists of people aged between 19-35 years, which accounts for more than half of the attendants (53,3%). This group is followed by fans aged between 35-55 with a percentage of 28.4.

Increase in attendance and ticket sales

Attendance numbers, ticket sales and revenues showed a significant increase in Super Lig and PTT 1. Lig over the season 2015-2016. As of May, the total of the both leagues' attendance numbers increased by 33.50 percent year over year. ​