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If they have a good start to the season I think 30k is very reachable .


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You never know, done right and it'll be a hard place to get a ticket if you're not a member.


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ParraEelsNRL wrote:
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You never know, done right and it'll be a hard place to get a ticket if you're not a member.
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Well being 3.5k off capacity right now would suggest it is very possible.


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I hope they do, the best thing for the AFL is that there is a strong NRL forcing it to adapt and keep moving.


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pussycat wrote: Ps I support Collingwood, I've supported the Cats all my life
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This VIrus will have a huge impact on the AFL more so than the NRL.

if memberships have to be refunded



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the AFL will suspend games and play later I reckon. But yes, given the significant revenue made from gate takings and less so for NRL given low crowd averages. However maybe it is a club by club thing as Broncos would certainly miss the revenue from crowds given crowds actually go to their games at home.

Would there be insurance for this type of thing? I would feel the AFL at least would be astute enough to have such a thing paying the premium for the high level of cover such as natural disasters, pandemics, acts of god etc.


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I am not too sure if the AFL can "just Play later"

as they do not know when this virus will decline.

could be waiting a while.



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true but they own Docklands, and if the cricket stadiums arent available theres smaller venues. They can compress the season too - move to 3 games in 2 weeks and such. Either way will have a big effect.


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I suspect all codes will continue playing games in empty Stadiums to fulfill their broadcast obligations. If games were cancelled I'm not sure what would happen with the broadcast monies.

As an aside: the ban is on crowds over 500. Does that mean each game could have 499 people in attendance? They could maybe run lotteries for members. Or run auctions and sell the tickets to the highest bidders.



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leeroy*NRL* wrote:
Fri Mar 13, 2020 3:48 pm
I am not too sure if the AFL can "just Play later"

as they do not know when this virus will decline.

could be waiting a while.
This stupid hysteria will die down in about a month. People think it’s a death sentence when it’s just a variant cold. Unless you are elderly and susceptible to stuff like this anyway there’s no need to worry.


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Terry wrote:
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I suspect all codes will continue playing games in empty Stadiums to fulfill their broadcast obligations. If games were cancelled I'm not sure what would happen with the broadcast monies.

As an aside: the ban is on crowds over 500. Does that mean each game could have 499 people in attendance? They could maybe run lotteries for members. Or run auctions and sell the tickets to the highest bidders.

Good point... and they could allocate 499 to each section or dedicated area


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been a few clubs asking supporters to Support club throughout this time to stick by memberships.
while also stating you can ask for a refund.

Gees.
anyone know how much clubs make from Memberships per year..
I assume the AFL would be triple the NRL's



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leeroy*NRL* wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 12:04 pm
been a few clubs asking supporters to Support club throughout this time to stick by memberships.
while also stating you can ask for a refund.

Gees.
anyone know how much clubs make from Memberships per year..
I assume the AFL would be triple the NRL's
wookie has a lost of all the afl clubs and some of the nrl clubs as not all of them release their embarrassing numbers

the AFL clubs make a shit ton out of memberships, several of the nrl clubs make less than GWS! :razz:


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