PABLO ROMERO / COMMUNICATION AREA FEB

It had already broken its first record by becoming the venue with the largest number of seats available in the history of the Princess Cup, but the morning of this Sunday, April 3, will be remembered as the one in which the WiZink Center broke the record for spectators in an End.

A figure that has been set at the 9,432 spectators gathered at the Madrid facility to attend the title match between Movistar Estudiantes and Covirán Granada. Some numbers rounded off by the thousand spectators who arrived from Granada and who contributed to creating a great atmosphere in the stands.

PRINCESS OF ASTURIAS CUP
CAPACITY IN THE CUP FINALS
Temp. Final Pavilion capacity
2021/22 Movistar Students
Coviran Granada
Wizink Center
(Madrid)
9,432
2020/21 Breogan River
HLA Alicante
Pazo dos Deportes
(Lugo)
250 *
2019/20 Carramimbre CBC Valladolid
Delteco Gipuzkoa
Pazo dos Deportes
(Lugo)
4,000
2018/19 Real Betis Energy Plus
RETAbet Bilbao Basketball
Municipality of San Pablo
(Seville)
7,200
2017/18 Cafes Candelas Breogan
Baxi Manresa
Pazo dos Deportes
(Lugo)
5,600
2016/17 Bank Oviedo
Saint Paul Burgos
Pumarin Sports Center
(Oviedo)
1,200
2015/16 Cheeses Cerrato Palencia
Melilla Basketball
Municipal Pavilion
(Palestine)
3,000
2014/15 Cheeses Cerrato Palencia
Cafes Candelas Breogan
Municipal Pavilion
(Palestine)
3,000
2013/14 MoraBanc Andorra
Cheeses Cerrato Palencia
Poliesportiu d’Andorra
(Andorra la Vella)
2,000
2012/13 Ford Burgos
River Andorra
El Plantio Sports Center
(Burgos)
3,000
2011/12 Iberostar Canary Islands
Ford Burgos
P. Insular Santiago Martin
(San Cristobal de La Laguna)
3,633
2010/11 Blusens Monbus
CB Murcia
Multipurpose Fontes do Sar
(Santiago de Compostela)
5,800
2009/10 Melilla Basketball
Menorca Basketball
Javier Imbroda Pavilion
(Melilla)
2,600
2008/09 Lucentum Alicante
Melilla Basketball
Pedro Ferrandiz Pavilion
(Alicante)
3,500
* Maximum capacity allowed by Covid-19

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