Fight Club - Football Crowds

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Re: Fight Club - Football Crowds

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AngloFootballLeague wrote:
Mon Apr 06, 2020 8:38 pm
Quolls2019 wrote:
Fri Mar 13, 2020 11:42 pm
Football is not a matter of life or’s much more important than that...The world has gone mad...
Quolls you still compiling crowd data?
I got this year;
Rd 1 total attendance 0
Rd 2 total attendance 0
Rd 3 total attendance 0
Rd 4 total attendance 0
You get the picture..
Yes this year if things don’t go back to some kind of normality the NRL might actually win the crowd numbers. Just goes to show how sick the world really is at the moment.

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Re: Fight Club - Football Crowds

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Western Australia’s chance of an AFL hub just got even better with the state government announcing half-full stadiums are allowed from this weekend, and full stadiums from July 18.

That would mean 30,000 fans would be permitted into Optus Stadium if West Coast or Fremantle were hosting a game this weekend, and 60,000 from next month.

With the Dockers and particularly the Eagles desperate to get back home, and Victoria facing a spike in COVID-19 cases, it means the league may be even more keen to send clubs across the Nullarbor to play matches.

Fremantle and West Coast will remain in their WA hub until at least Round 5 (the weekend of July 4-5), meaning they could have full crowds for games at home in Round 7.

Currently the highest permitted crowd capacity in the country is in Queensland, with 10,000 fans to be allowed into the Gabba for Brisbane’s clash with Adelaide.

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