open your eyes you halfwit
I answered that already
AFL 4.119 Million
NRL 3.748 Million
where you claimed the NRL GF had 2 states involved
The AFL has signed a significantly reduced broadcast agreement with the Seven Network and Foxtel.
The deal with the AFL's free-to-air partner, Seven, is worth $730 million and extends the current five-year deal by two years until the end of 2024, at an annual rate of $146 million.
It is the first time since 1971 that the AFL has signed a reduced broadcast agreement.
They certainly didn’t fooltruthbomber wrote: ↑Fri Dec 31, 2021 1:20 pmthey did you moron lolQuolls2019 wrote: ↑Fri Dec 31, 2021 10:41 amthe NRL certainlytruthbomber wrote: ↑Thu Dec 30, 2021 3:31 pm
per game reg season
NRL 603,460 X that by 192 for 115.864 Million
AFL 539,363 X that by 199 for 107.333 Million
both codes got about 17 Million veiwers for their final series , the NRL had a tiny win by about 180K or something
RL got 8.5 Million for the 3 origins
anything else you need help with ?
what a loaded question , where would you begin ?
Did not get 603,450 per game…didn’t you understand the question?
603,460 per game
Fred wrote: ↑Thu Dec 30, 2021 10:40 am Wow - go 7. So the AFL Grand Final was the number 1 programme for the year? And No 1 winter sport. How do they base that No 1 Winter Sport thing - does it include AFLW - or just the AFL - and how did the NRL fair? Do they count SoO and Tests in the NRL count or are they events? I'll have to read the article now - too many questions that don't add up to what is written on here re: NRL being the most popular?? Maybe it is a NRL - SoO distinction thing.
no lockdown in Melbourne this year>> DOWN DOWN>>
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