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dave10

Club Legend
Apr 26, 2004
2,965
1,946
Melbourne
AFL Club
Essendon
Geelong = 33,927
I am not across whether these tallies are in growth Vs last year.

Gut feel. Tigers around parity or slightly behind.

Bombers tracking well, Pies flat or slightly down but unsure. I can’t remember a point around now in previous years where Essendon were ahead of Collingwood. At a guess i’d say the Pies figure doesn’t include around 2,500 AFLW members in its total but I’m not sure. I don’t think they should be included in the consolidated figure but I can see why we could argue the flip side of this. Once 4 remaining clubs get their AFLW licence it won’t matter then.

Carlton are around 300-400 up on last year but their auto renewals would be much higher so it could be going slightly worse than the current figure suggests. Time will tell.

Saints going well but again last years growth probably reflected in higher auto rollovers, like Blues let’s wait and see.
 

PonsfordMagpie

Norm Smith Medallist
Oct 3, 2013
9,104
17,232
AFL Club
Collingwood
Other Teams
Chelsea
Update

Richmond = 67,756
Carlton = 52,668
Essendon = 46,759
Hawthorn = 45,000 (as of November 10 based on a club email to members)
Collingwood = 41,866
Geelong = 33,927
St Kilda = 32,573
Fremantle = 30,409
Western Bulldogs = 30,337
 

PonsfordMagpie

Norm Smith Medallist
Oct 3, 2013
9,104
17,232
AFL Club
Collingwood
Other Teams
Chelsea
Head to head

Carlton
  • 25/11/2020 = 53,719
  • 25/11/2021 = 52,668
St Kilda
  • 25/11/2020 = 26,338
  • 25/11/2021 = 32,573
 

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dave10

Club Legend
Apr 26, 2004
2,965
1,946
Melbourne
AFL Club
Essendon
Don't know, but without this, it seems implausible that their total would increase 25k in just 4 weeks.
True. I don’t know how their renewal and tracking pattens go. Some clubs have high proportion of rollovers and then their numbers slow down (Hawthorn / Carlton) whilst some clubs start slower and come home faster (Essendon). I was of belief the Dees were a club that locked them in before Xmas and slowed up after Xmas. I’m not full book on Dees pattens.

What were they on this time last year? Given Bulldogs are over 30,000, I’d have thought they have some work to do.
 

Prince Imperial

Club Legend
Apr 9, 2003
1,466
1,129
The Drill Hall
AFL Club
Western Bulldogs
True. I don’t know how their renewal and tracking pattens go. Some clubs have high proportion of rollovers and then their numbers slow down (Hawthorn / Carlton) whilst some clubs start slower and come home faster (Essendon). I was of belief the Dees were a club that locked them in before Xmas and slowed up after Xmas. I’m not full book on Dees pattens.

What were they on this time last year? Given Bulldogs are over 30,000, I’d have thought they have some work to do.
I've just discovered this, but it doesn't support my MCC theory.

 

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