The overall attendance at the World Cup in South Africa is the third highest in history - behind the 1994 tournament in the United States and the last World Cup in Germany, according to FIFA.
FIFA said in a statement on Monday that 3.18 million fans attended the 64 matches in South Africa. The average attendance was 49,670.
The '94 World Cup in the U.S., where 3.59 million people watched games at the stadiums, still holds the record.
In Germany, 3.36 million supporters attended games four years ago.