Discussion in 'NRL' started by Timmah, Aug 14, 2018.
Hopefully we stay there afterwards too.
Still well behind last year - but with six clubs not reporting figures compared to just two. Another year of growth seems likely.
If we exclude all the teams who haven't reported yet for this year, the other teams are up 16,185 compared to last year. The only team which is currently behind is the Raiders.
I'd be fairly optimistic with the new Parra stadium, we will crack 350,000 members this year.
It wouldn't surprise me if the Tigers and Bulldogs ran specific memberships options closer to their games there, which could really boost numbers late on.
Dragons have hit 10,000 members according to an email they sent me this morning.
This is riveting
Trying to keep updates matched to the same day last year where possible. Clubs appear to have gone into secretive mode this year, still 5 not providing any numbers and Parra not yet on sale.
As a result we're about 53k behind last year - the 5 clubs who were reporting last year but aren't this year make up 55k so in theory we're likely ahead of the same point, but that's all speculation at the moment.
it just shows how unorganized the eels are, if they wait too long they will probably lose numbers.
Hurry up and get your shit together.
I'm gonna suggest that the stadium has a lot to do with that. They're usually on sale a lot earlier, I think we can give them a grace period this year.
Bunnies have just hit 25k!
Storm auto-renewals have kicked in: 14,024 today.
The Eels have confirmed most of the renewals, the final hold up is due to seat changes and extra seats.
A number of new renewals etc have also been proceeding which have delayed the auto renewals. Numbers should be good when payments are taken, definitely not disorganised, more a problem of allowing seat choice and extras.
in my opinion they should of started half way through the year so they would be ready in time
Sharks now 11,675.
That seems both unreasonable and unrealistic.
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