The question posed was: Which game, home or away, was the best attended from the first round tie at home to FK Suduva to the final v Porto in Seville (inclusive)?
The answer was the semi-final at home to Boavista (60,000). The next two highest attendances were also home ties, against Liverpool (59,756) and Blackburn (59,553). The final at the Estadio Olimpico was seen by 52,297.
Thank you to all those who took part in the competition.
Read our review of the play here: https://theshamrockglasgow.wordpress.com/2014/03/20/review-the-celts-in-seville-2014-by-tony-roper/
Read our interview with the play’s writer and director, Tony Roper, here: https://theshamrockglasgow.wordpress.com/2014/03/24/interview-with-tony-roper-writer-director-of-the-celts-in-seville/
There’s still time to see the play before the run ends:
Issue 1 of the Celtic Retro fanzine The Shamrock fanzine on sale now: https://theshamrockglasgow.wordpress.com/2014/03/24/the-shamrock-fanzine-issue-1/