Mercury Finish #2 in Attendance for the 2023 WNBA Season
The three-time WNBA Champion Phoenix Mercury finished the 2023 regular ranked second in average attendance, bringing in 9,197 fans per game to the Footprint Center across 20 home games. It marks Phoenix's highest average attendance since the 2019 season.
The Mercury had seven lower-level sellouts and boasted two of the top six largest attendances in the league this year, bookending their season with 14,040 fans for the Welcome Home Opener on May 21 and 13,206 for Fan Appreciation Night on September 8.
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