New Parramatta stadium will offer a world class experience.

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AFLcrap1 wrote:
Fri Aug 02, 2019 11:05 am
Because it's not the average at BW .
Dumb fuck .
Go back look at theread title .
How is it a lie 🚽

Everything that goes against the grain of that warped brain of yours is a lie!

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It’s hilarious that you know the all time average has been 11840k that you do everything you can to pretend it wasn’t that bad :\:



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On topic please .
BWStadium
21k average for Parra .


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AFLcrap1 wrote:
Fri Aug 02, 2019 9:10 pm
On topic please .
BWStadium
21k average for Parra .
BW is in the exact location as where all the other venues to where the eels have played at and averted 11840k over 60 plus years
The BW average is already falling from the original opening number

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Can someone help this poor fool .
I can't make it any simpler for him . My dog would understand better than the VI .
This thread is about the NEW BW STADIUM .
It's been explained over & over .
It's not about old stadiums or anything else .

You want to discuss another topic ..then start one .
Stop spamming this one with your incessant crap .

NEW PARRAMATTA STADIUM
That's the thread title .
Get your carer to explain it
Current Parra average there
21k+


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Quolls2019 wrote:
Mon Jul 29, 2019 9:22 pm
Wrong again, 5 year average:
Eels. 12778
Wanderers 13621
Stadium 13153

wish they’d stick to 1 name for 1 Stadium
It can go either way really -

Its not particularly accurate to take the records from Parramatta Stadium and apply them to Bankwest. Being on the same site doesnt necessarily mean they inherit the records of the old venue. Hell the new venue is called Western Sydney Stadium when not in commercial use.

Sites like AFLtables and Wikipedia count it as a new venue and not a continuation.

That said, AFLtables doesnt do the same thing with Carrara which underwent a similar process in the rebuild for Metricon Stadium, and counts its 1987 records as current, despite being totally rebuilt since. See also: adelaide Oval


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The_Wookie wrote:
Sat Aug 03, 2019 10:53 am
Quolls2019 wrote:
Mon Jul 29, 2019 9:22 pm
Wrong again, 5 year average:
Eels. 12778
Wanderers 13621
Stadium 13153

wish they’d stick to 1 name for 1 Stadium
It can go either way really -

Its not particularly accurate to take the records from Parramatta Stadium and apply them to Bankwest. Being on the same site doesnt necessarily mean they inherit the records of the old venue. Hell the new venue is called Western Sydney Stadium when not in commercial use.

Sites like AFLtables and Wikipedia count it as a new venue and not a continuation.

That said, AFLtables doesnt do the same thing with Carrara which underwent a similar process in the rebuild for Metricon Stadium, and counts its 1987 records as current, despite being totally rebuilt since. See also: adelaide Oval
I agree, but it does allow some comparison and can indicate an increase in on the ground support for individual teams.
I would think from next year the total attendance for the site will increase significantly because more teams will use it.
Individual teams based on last season?

IMO
Eels will be up and will be for a couple of years and decrease to 2018 levels in 3 years unless their on field performance significantly improves/maintains.
Wanderers better for 2019/20 and decrease from there.
The others will be below the 2018 average.



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The_Wookie wrote:
Sat Aug 03, 2019 10:53 am
Quolls2019 wrote:
Mon Jul 29, 2019 9:22 pm
Wrong again, 5 year average:
Eels. 12778
Wanderers 13621
Stadium 13153

wish they’d stick to 1 name for 1 Stadium
It can go either way really -

Its not particularly accurate to take the records from Parramatta Stadium and apply them to Bankwest. Being on the same site doesnt necessarily mean they inherit the records of the old venue. Hell the new venue is called Western Sydney Stadium when not in commercial use.

Sites like AFLtables and Wikipedia count it as a new venue and not a continuation.

That said, AFLtables doesnt do the same thing with Carrara which underwent a similar process in the rebuild for Metricon Stadium, and counts its 1987 records as current, despite being totally rebuilt since. See also: adelaide Oval
I have no problems with lifetime averages .
It's just not relevant to this thread .
This thread is about the new BW stadium ..& if a modern stadium will increase crowds .
So far yep ...very good for Parra .
Old stadium averages should only be used as a comparison to see if the new stadium has increased crowds .
Pity that can't sink in to the lesser shining lights on here .


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Inaugural game for Canterbury Bulldogs vs Penrith Panthers at BankWest Stadium yesterday.



Crowd 10,062. Check out that video above. 10,062 in attendance apparently. Empty seats everywhere. :hmm:

I take it a new stadium is not enough to motivate Bulldogs or Panthers fans to attend in big numbers. No novelty effect here for the inaugural game for the Bulldogs at the new stadium.


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A clubs first game.
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How did this topic about a new piece of infrastructure for Western Sydney turn into a dick mearusing competition about crowds? I know: AngloFL parochials.



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Beaussie wrote:
Sun Aug 04, 2019 6:31 am
Inaugural game for Canterbury Bulldogs vs Penrith Panthers at BankWest Stadium yesterday.



Crowd 10,062. Check out that video above. 10,062 in attendance apparently. Empty seats everywhere. :hmm:

I take it a new stadium is not enough to motivate Bulldogs or Panthers fans to attend in big numbers. No novelty effect here for the inaugural game for the Bulldogs at the new stadium.
Question should be; why are Bulldogs playing home game at Parramatta?



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AngloFootballLeague wrote:
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Beaussie wrote:
Sun Aug 04, 2019 6:31 am
Inaugural game for Canterbury Bulldogs vs Penrith Panthers at BankWest Stadium yesterday.



Crowd 10,062. Check out that video above. 10,062 in attendance apparently. Empty seats everywhere. :hmm:

I take it a new stadium is not enough to motivate Bulldogs or Panthers fans to attend in big numbers. No novelty effect here for the inaugural game for the Bulldogs at the new stadium.
Question should be; why are Bulldogs playing home game at Parramatta?
Probably hoped hype and novelty of new BankWest Stadium may attract a decent sized crowd.
Wasn’t to be unfortunately. :(/


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AngloFootballLeague wrote:
Sun Aug 04, 2019 9:02 am
How did this topic about a new piece of infrastructure for Western Sydney turn into a dick mearusing competition about crowds? I know: AngloFL parochials.
I realise you're not accustomed to it so I'll cut you some slack.
But one of the main components of "a world class experience" is a bumper crowd.


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Beaussie wrote:
Sun Aug 04, 2019 6:31 am
Inaugural game for Canterbury Bulldogs vs Penrith Panthers at BankWest Stadium yesterday.



Crowd 10,062. Check out that video above. 10,062 in attendance apparently. Empty seats everywhere. :hmm:

I take it a new stadium is not enough to motivate Bulldogs or Panthers fans to attend in big numbers. No novelty effect here for the inaugural game for the Bulldogs at the new stadium.
Is neither clubs home ground. Of course they are not going to get a good crowd.


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