Fixture Season 2032 Brisbane Olympics in the AFL Season

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Walshawk

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Then what about this ? Same result.
It definitely doesn't show Sydney Swans at 11th It shows them at 7th.


Team
Ave.
Adelaide
22682​
Carlton
26390
Collingwood
27911
Essendon
28792
Fremantle
20071​
Geelong
26221
Gold Coast
20380​
Greater Western Sydney
13937​
Hawthorn
25969
Melbourne
21644​
North Melbourne
21978​
Port Adelaide
21891​
Richmond
26468
St Kilda
22598​
Sydney
24799
West Coast
21057​
Western Bulldogs
24120​
Are you just making those numbers up.
 

Walshawk

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Start in early February, break for the Olympics with festival of footy to finish off. Finals and Grand Final in October.
We already have two byes, so it we cut them out and have three weeks off over the Olympics, we only need to either start the season one week earlier, or finish one week later. It is not a major issue.
 

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RedV3x

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i dont think 7/17 is something to draw anything on. To most people, that would be classified as average.
To most people, A-league attendances would be classified as well below average.

Well if you bothered to go my original post, i said
"From my memory Swans Vs Lions games are amongst the better attended games."

So why do you bother posting?

I also said
"similar history, state rivalry and the number of New South Welshmen present."
The point I was (attempting) to make was that the Swans/Lions relationship had grown over the years
and indeed wasn't based on expat Victorians and thus an excellent result for Australian Football in the northern states.
 

BobbyMorri

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To most people, A-league attendances would be classified as well below average.

Well if you bothered to go my original post, i said
"From my memory Swans Vs Lions games are amongst the better attended games."

So why do you bother posting?

I also said
"similar history, state rivalry and the number of New South Welshmen present."
The point I was (attempting) to make was that the Swans/Lions relationship had grown over the years
and indeed wasn't based on expat Victorians and thus an excellent result for Australian Football in the northern states.
*sigh*

The A-League has nothing to do with this discussion. Try and keep irrelevant stuff away, especially if you use it to attack people.

you dont have a point or it is wrong. Instead of backing down, you keep attacking. I am going to ignore 2020-21 for Covid reasons.

2019. Attendance for Brisbane v Sydney (20,075) match, Average attendance that year (24741)
2018 ( 18,702) AA( 18406)
2016 ( 14,646 ) AA(17074)
2015 (16,936) AA(18810)
2014 ( 17,953 ) AA (19743)
2011 ( 22,150 ) AA (20462)

As you can see, The Brisbane v Sydney Attendance sits around the average for the year. It is not increasing, it has been fairly steady and outside 2011 and 18(just), below the yearly Gabba average.

As I said, it is not something special, as you can see by the fact that 7/17 teams beat it in the history of the Brisbane Lions. It is what it is, average. Not great, not bad.
 

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