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Which Scottish Premiership club had the biggest rise in average attendance in 2018/19?

Seven Scottish Premiership teams enjoyed an increase in crowds during the 2018/19 season, with five seeing a decline in matchday crowds.

Livingston were the big winners, jumping from an average of 1,360 last term to 3,664 for their first season back in the Scottish top flight - an increase of 169.4 per cent.

But despite reaching the final of the League Cup, last four of the Scottish Cup and narrowly missing out on third place through goal difference, Aberdeen saw the biggest slump, with a 5.39 per cent fall from an average of 15,775 to 14,924 - down 851 on last season. We've ranked the 12 teams based on overall increase / decrease...

Despite a season to forget, Dundee's average attendance actually rose by 78 (or 1.3 per cent). The Dark Blues saw an average crowd of 6,024 up from 5,946 last term.

5. Dundee, +1.3%

Despite a season to forget, Dundee's average attendance actually rose by 78 (or 1.3 per cent). The Dark Blues saw an average crowd of 6,024 up from 5,946 last term.
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The Steven Gerrard bounce? Rangers' average attendance rose by 391 fans, or 0.79 per cent, with a mean home crowd of 49,562 up from 49,171.

6. Rangers, +0.79%

The Steven Gerrard bounce? Rangers' average attendance rose by 391 fans, or 0.79 per cent, with a mean home crowd of 49,562 up from 49,171.
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A small rise too, for Celtic, who still enjoyed the highest average crowd with 57,779 up from 57,563 - an increase of 226 fans, or 0.37 per cent.

7. Celtic, +0.37%

A small rise too, for Celtic, who still enjoyed the highest average crowd with 57,779 up from 57,563 - an increase of 226 fans, or 0.37 per cent.
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Hamilton's average crowd is down from 2,838 to 2,825 - a fall of 0.45 per cent, or 13 supporters.

8. Hamilton Accies, -0.45%

Hamilton's average crowd is down from 2,838 to 2,825 - a fall of 0.45 per cent, or 13 supporters.
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