The Chicago Bulls are an American professional basketball team from Illinois. The interactive chart above shows the number of people in attendance for their regular season home games. The series one column shows the number of people in attendance and the series two column shows the average number of people for the different years.
The highest number for attendance was 912,364 in the 2006-2007 season. This season was the highest because they reached the second round of the NBA Playoffs. At this time this was their most successful season since Michael Jordan retired.
In 2010-2011 the Bulls had Derrick Rose one of the most explosive players the league had ever seen. It was one of his best seasons awarding him with the NBA MVP Award. This caused the downhill spike of the Bulls attendance to increase going back up to 893,462 after doing poorly from 2008-2009.
The Chicago Bulls were on the road to victory until the first round of the 2012 NBA Playoffs against the Philadelphia 76ers. Derrick Rose tore his ACL in his left knee which caused fans to be devastated. The attendance went down to 731,326 that season.
The team has managed to recover from the 2011-2012 season which was crucial for them. Since then they have traded players, formed an entirely new team, and brought in new coaches. The Chicago Bulls have had an on and off attendance record, but has stayed in the 800,000-900,000 range after the 2012 season to 2019. The Bulls are currently working on improving the team and are hopeful of another 90’s championship run again one day.