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someone will have it I am sure. So can we have someone do a chart of total ratings week by week comparison of the home and away series thus far for each code. Would be good to compare.

You know -


AFL NRL
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3



etc etc

Just a simple side by side comparison.


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Fred wrote: Mon Aug 17, 2020 8:09 pm
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Aug 17, 2020 3:49 pm
Fred wrote: Mon Aug 17, 2020 12:21 pm


You were saying early in the peice that lockdown was adversely impacting the NRL ratings....
ohhh Geez, I am pretty sure i answered this to you before.

I said Lockdown effected Crowd Numbers >> which obviously it did and that was for Round 1 of the NRL season.
when crowds were permitted, and it effected it massively.
at the start of outbreak when it was all new...
Canterbury v Parra was sold out but only 20k turned up..


( melbourne is not even aloud out after 8pm lol
anyone who likes sport will be getting there fix.
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Pretty sure you said lockdown impacted ratings somewhere
Maybe when a World News Event Breaks it would impact ratings of other programs that week...
Because NEWSFLASH! it was big news and News programs were rating big...
but than decline over a week or two as it becomes old..


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Fred wrote: Tue Aug 18, 2020 4:14 pm someone will have it I am sure. So can we have someone do a chart of total ratings week by week comparison of the home and away series thus far for each code. Would be good to compare.

You know -


AFL NRL
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3



etc etc

Just a simple side by side comparison.
Wookie did this But is unable to now>

He will give a total update every so in a while.


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FOXTEL HAS RELEASED NEW VIEWER DATA HIGHLIGHTING THE SUCCESS OF THE AFL’S RECENT FESTIVAL OF FOOTY AND MID-YEAR NRL SEASON.

Fox Footy live audiences for AFL Rounds 9 to 12 were up 14% compared with the previous eight rounds. The festival of footy, which featured 33 matches over 20-days, was up 59% compared to the same rounds in 2019.

Released for the first time, the data covers traditional Foxtel set-top box customers together with streaming platforms Foxtel Now, Foxtel GO and the fast-growing Kayo.

It highlights massive fan engagement with the 2020 AFL season so far with live audiences up +34% compared to the first 12 rounds of the 2019 season. Average audiences for Foxtel are up 10%, and Foxtel Now, Foxtel GO and Kayo audiences are up over 200%. Foxtel also notes audiences for live FOX Footy-produced matches are up 44% so far this season

Shorter match durations and the AFL’s scheduling with fewer match overlaps and more standalone prime time matches have help boost ratings for Fox Footy.

Top Matches for the Round 9-12 AFL Footy Frenzy

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Seven said its coverage across rounds 9-12 reached 4.7 million people nationally and 3.69 million in metro markets.

The network reported average national audiences of 702,000, up 18 per cent on the same time last year, and an average metro audience of 538,000, up 24.2 per cent on the same time last year.

In Melbourne, audiences had leapt a staggering 37.9 per cent, while in Brisbane – where the Victorian clubs are housed in hubs and the majority of matches are played – there had been a significant leap of 24.6 per cent in a rugby-league market the AFL is keen to win.

Seven had strong ratings for Thursday night matches but there was a no year-on-year comparison.

However, a detailed breakdown of the other major timeslots has shown a 23 per cent lift nationally and 27.7 lift in metro regions on a Friday night, a 35.4 per cent lift nationally and 35 per cent metro increase on Saturday nights, while Sunday afternoon matches are up 17.8 nationally and 23.8 in metro regions.

NRL fans have also been tuning in during COVID, with audiences on Fox League, up 18% compared to the corresponding Rounds 1 to 14 of the 2019 season.

2020 is now the number one rating NRL season ever for the Foxtel Group with audiences, up over 150% across its set-top box and internet subscription businesses.

The post-COVID season return saw Round 3 generate the biggest audience for an NRL round in Foxtel history, while the Round 6 clash between the Roosters and the Eels recorded the largest NRL audience of all-time with a cumulative average of 507,000.

Top NRL Matches – Rounds 11-14

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With many fans unable to attend the footy in person because of COVID-19 restrictions, viewers have sought out Fox Footy and Fox League to keep up with the footy action.

Foxtel recently reported its sports streaming platform Kayo now has 590,000 active subscribers (542,000 paying). The result was a significant increase on the February figure of 370,000 paying subscribers and came after a global sports shut down due to COVID.

Foxtel Sports Executive Director Steve Crawley said:

“What a ripper result for the game. Our team at Fox Footy have been delighted to bring a unique season to more viewers than ever before, and the AFL could not have been a better partner during these times.

“We are incredibly excited about the next instalment of the Footy Frenzy which begins with a Thursday-night doubleheader on 27 August featuring the Hawks and Bombers at Adelaide Oval, followed by the Tigers and Eagles in a blockbuster at Metricon Stadium.”

“We’ve had some wonderful NRL seasons in recent times and just when a lot of people thought this year’s competition wouldn’t go ahead, WHAM, the season has the best ratings ever – the best of the best.”

“Peter V’landys and Andrew Abdo have led the way at League Central, and we are proud to partner them at Fox League.”


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Tue Aug 18, 2020 5:02 pm
Fred wrote: Tue Aug 18, 2020 4:14 pm someone will have it I am sure. So can we have someone do a chart of total ratings week by week comparison of the home and away series thus far for each code. Would be good to compare.

You know -


AFL NRL
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3



etc etc

Just a simple side by side comparison.
Wookie did this But is unable to now>

He will give a total update every so in a while.
Little harder this year with AFL rounds all over the place.


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Fred wrote: Tue Aug 18, 2020 2:33 pm and FTA??? You keep leaving off FTA- although I am guessing wasn't too high.
was 24k metro (bris only).


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Tue Aug 18, 2020 5:02 pm
Fred wrote: Tue Aug 18, 2020 4:14 pm someone will have it I am sure. So can we have someone do a chart of total ratings week by week comparison of the home and away series thus far for each code. Would be good to compare.

You know -


AFL NRL
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3



etc etc

Just a simple side by side comparison.
Wookie did this But is unable to now>

He will give a total update every so in a while.
NRL 55.779m (inc preseason & 9s)
AFL 55.319m (inc preseason & allstars, exc AFLW)

(When finalised AFLW will add about 2.5m to the total and 54 matches which will take it to around 69m at an average of 310k.)


NRL ave 382,047
AFL ave 446,121

Ill give you the full table later.

If I extrapolate the streaming data from what we were given in the last two days its

NRL 67.75m (ave 464k)
AFL 66.62m (ave 537k, 69m @ 388k est with AFLW)
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Broncos v Dragons 786,000
Nine Regional 513,000 (Metro 324,000 Regional 189,000)
Fox League 273,000

Gold Coast v Carlton 838,000
Seven 652,000 (Metro 499,000 Regional 153,000)
Fox Footy 186,000

The lowly suns v long term cellar-dweller blues outrated the NRL's tight game with the broncos last night.

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Wow, Your Night of Nights. :(/ :(/ :(/ :thumbleft:


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pussycat wrote: Sat Aug 22, 2020 1:09 pm Wow, Your Night of Nights. :(/ :(/ :(/ :thumbleft:
it's the NRLs highest rating fixture per round too :wave:


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4 SEVEN’S AFL: SATURDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Channel 7 648,000 38,000 385,000 33,000 66,000 126,000

Good rating for a SN


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Two games you mean


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you can almost guarantee a fall in tv ratings next year for AFL>

FOX and Seven Admitted they are pleased with the Big lift in Ratings especially in Melbourne

but noted this was due to several reasons. which have been said numerous times on here


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Melbourne's lockdown, more prime-time matches and even a reduction in the length of quarters are seen as reasons why Foxtel and Seven West Media enjoyed bumper AFL ratings during the recent "footy frenzy" period.

In Melbourne, audiences had leapt a staggering 37.9 per cent !!!

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How much shorter is the game though? Whilst quarters are reduced to 16 minutes, breaks have been increased. This includes 1/4 3/4 and half time as well as extra time after a goal.


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