Each club’s average attendances in 2017



  • We are not doing too bad for a “basket case” side …… are we?
    Note 1st comparison is based on 9 games average so more relevant than the other two as some teams have played more games than others. Never the less interesting stats.
    Overall attendances are not great for NRL.

    Average attendance of every side’s home and away matches in 2017

    Team Games Average
    Brisbane 9 23,315
    North Queensland 9 18,752
    Sydney Roosters 9 18,568
    Canberra 9 16,748
    Wests Tigers 9 16,226
    Parramatta 9 15,967
    St George Illawarra 9 15,679
    South Sydney 9 15,523
    Gold Coast 9 15,135
    Canterbury 9 15,009
    Newcastle. 9 14,214
    Cronulla 9 13,963
    Penrith 9 13,689
    Melbourne 9 13,345
    Warriors 9 13,156
    Manly 9 11,846

    Average home attendance in 2017

    Team Games Average
    Brisbane 5 32,701
    Sydney Roosters 3 22,248
    Parramatta 3 19,774
    Newcastle. 4 16,606
    Melbourne 4 16,604
    Canberra 5 15,606
    Canterbury 5 15,147
    North Queensland 6 14,922
    Wests Tigers 5 14,152
    Penrith 4 13,232
    Gold Coast 5 13,219
    Cronulla 4 12,744
    South Sydney 4 12,282
    St George Illawarra 5 12,235
    Warriors 5 12,088
    Manly 5 10,582

    Average away attendance in 2017

    Team Games Average
    North Queensland 3 26,412
    St George Illawarra 4 19,984
    Wests Tigers 4 18,818
    Canberra. 4 18,174
    South Sydney 5 18,117
    Gold Coast 4 17,530
    Sydney Roosters 6 16,728
    Cronulla 5 14,938
    Canterbury 4 14,837
    Warriors 4 14,491
    Parramatta 6 14,063
    Penrith 5 14,055
    Manly 4 13,427
    Newcastle 5 12,301
    Brisbane 4 11,583
    Melbourne 5 10,739


    Source: http://bit.ly/2r8TYSq



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    We are not doing too bad for a “basket case” side …… are we?
    Note 1st comparison is based on 9 games average so more relevant than the other two as some teams have played more games than others. Never the less interesting stats.
    Overall attendances are not great for NRL.

    Average attendance of every side’s home and away matches in 2017

    Team Games Average
    Brisbane 9 23,315
    North Queensland 9 18,752
    Sydney Roosters 9 18,568
    Canberra 9 16,748
    Wests Tigers 9 16,226
    Parramatta 9 15,967
    St George Illawarra 9 15,679
    South Sydney 9 15,523
    Gold Coast 9 15,135
    Canterbury 9 15,009
    Newcastle. 9 14,214
    Cronulla 9 13,963
    Penrith 9 13,689
    Melbourne 9 13,345
    Warriors 9 13,156
    Manly 9 11,846

    Average home attendance in 2017

    Team Games Average
    Brisbane 5 32,701
    Sydney Roosters 3 22,248
    Parramatta 3 19,774
    Newcastle. 4 16,606
    Melbourne 4 16,604
    Canberra 5 15,606
    Canterbury 5 15,147
    North Queensland 6 14,922
    Wests Tigers 5 14,152
    Penrith 4 13,232
    Gold Coast 5 13,219
    Cronulla 4 12,744
    South Sydney 4 12,282
    St George Illawarra 5 12,235
    Warriors 5 12,088
    Manly 5 10,582

    Average away attendance in 2017

    Team Games Average
    North Queensland 3 26,412
    St George Illawarra 4 19,984
    Wests Tigers 4 18,818
    Canberra. 4 18,174
    South Sydney 5 18,117
    Gold Coast 4 17,530
    Sydney Roosters 6 16,728
    Cronulla 5 14,938
    Canterbury 4 14,837
    Warriors 4 14,491
    Parramatta 6 14,063
    Penrith 5 14,055
    Manly 4 13,427
    Newcastle 5 12,301
    Brisbane 4 11,583
    Melbourne 5 10,739


    Source: http://bit.ly/2r8TYSq

    Sorry tried to fix the table but it did not come up too clear on final post.


  • Banned

    We have the best supporters. We should be last on that list based on our teams performance and all the off field turmoil. We are so used to not winning that we turn up anyway lol.



  • Not doing too bad for a club that’s a “basket case”



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    Not doing too bad for a club that’s a “basket case”

    I have always thought that the Weststigers are the sleeping giant of the Sydney basin .



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    Not doing too bad for a club that’s a “basket case”

    I have always thought that the Weststigers are the sleeping giant of the Sydney basin .

    I believe so too, hopefully we start to see improvement on the field over the coming years which will make us grow stronger off it.



  • We have a high figure for ‘away’ games and are in the middle for ‘home’ games. To me it looks like the ‘away’ supporters are pushing our average up so it looks better than it actually is.

    From a Sydney point of view, we’re doing quite well, with only 2 out of 7 other Sydney teams having a better home-crowd average, however overall we’re below-average with home game attendance.



  • @:

    We are not doing too bad for a “basket case” side …… are we?
    Note 1st comparison is based on 9 games average so more relevant than the other two as some teams have played more games than others. Never the less interesting stats.
    Overall attendances are not great for NRL.

    Average attendance of every side’s home and away matches in 2017

    Team Games Average
    Brisbane 9 23,315
    North Queensland 9 18,752
    Sydney Roosters 9 18,568
    Canberra 9 16,748
    Wests Tigers 9 16,226
    Parramatta 9 15,967
    St George Illawarra 9 15,679
    South Sydney 9 15,523
    Gold Coast 9 15,135
    Canterbury 9 15,009
    Newcastle. 9 14,214
    Cronulla 9 13,963
    Penrith 9 13,689
    Melbourne 9 13,345
    Warriors 9 13,156
    Manly 9 11,846

    Average home attendance in 2017

    Team Games Average
    Brisbane 5 32,701
    Sydney Roosters 3 22,248
    Parramatta 3 19,774
    Newcastle. 4 16,606
    Melbourne 4 16,604
    Canberra 5 15,606
    Canterbury 5 15,147
    North Queensland 6 14,922
    Wests Tigers 5 14,152
    Penrith 4 13,232
    Gold Coast 5 13,219
    Cronulla 4 12,744
    South Sydney 4 12,282
    St George Illawarra 5 12,235
    Warriors 5 12,088
    Manly 5 10,582

    Average away attendance in 2017

    Team Games Average
    North Queensland 3 26,412
    St George Illawarra 4 19,984
    Wests Tigers 4 18,818
    Canberra. 4 18,174
    South Sydney 5 18,117
    Gold Coast 4 17,530
    Sydney Roosters 6 16,728
    Cronulla 5 14,938
    Canterbury 4 14,837
    Warriors 4 14,491
    Parramatta 6 14,063
    Penrith 5 14,055
    Manly 4 13,427
    Newcastle 5 12,301
    Brisbane 4 11,583
    Melbourne 5 10,739


    Source: http://bit.ly/2r8TYSq

    Cant beleive the Roosters figures….obviously been counting toes



  • When you factor in we have a fair few bandwagoner’s its not a bad effort those figures, but the Roosters figures surprised me the most they must hand out free tickets like confetti.



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    When you factor in we have a fair few bandwagoner’s its not a bad effort those figures, but the Roosters figures surprised me the most they must hand out free tickets like confetti.

    Actually those figures come out of the same department at the Roosters as the Salary cap figures!



  • Of course the Roosters average will be over inflated as they hosted the anzac day game against Saints which had over 40K fans.

    Their other 3 home games so far have had attendence records ranging between 10.5k - 13.5k



  • Yep roosters home game attendance is overstated due to the Anzac game, and even parra is a bit overstated from our Easter Monday clash



  • @:

    We have a high figure for ‘away’ games and are in the middle for ‘home’ games. To me it looks like the ‘away’ supporters are pushing our average up so it looks better than it actually is.

    From a Sydney point of view, we’re doing quite well, with only 2 out of 7 other Sydney teams having a better home-crowd average, however overall we’re below-average with home game attendance.

    So the other teams supporters turn up because they think their team is a lock to win when they play us. 😆



  • The reciprocal ANZ arrangement’s a good one for our crowd figures, because it gives us the Dogs, Bunnies, Dragons and Eels members on our “home” gate figures.
    Unlike the Dogs or Bunnies, we never make the mistake of playing an out of Sydney side at ANZ.

    Throw in some popular Sunday footy at Cambo and Leichardt and there’s plenty of bums on seats (or grass) at Tigers home games.

    Imagine the crowds if we were winning.



  • Average away crowds are heavily skewed in favour of those teams who have already played in front of a big Suncorp crowd. It makes a couple of thousand per game difference over 4 or 5 away games.


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