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    Quote Originally Posted by ToberonaTornado View Post
    2675 Dundalk v Pats
    One defeat and the attendances start tumbling!

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    320 at Longford V CABO although that seems to be the number they give for all our home games. I would've said no more than 200

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Darwin View Post
    One defeat and the attendances start tumbling!
    It turns out that people don't like get wet while watching games in the rain. I wonder what the club can do about this. It is on the tip of my tongue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outspoken View Post
    320 at Longford V CABO although that seems to be the number they give for all our home games. I would've said no more than 200
    if this continues we wont have the numbers for away matches to run a bus. I am glad yet again I didnt make it. Shels will be my first home game but knowing our form we will do nothing. What has gone wrong for us at home? Was the atmosphere dead again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by White Horse View Post
    It turns out that people don't like get wet while watching games in the rain. I wonder what the club can do about this. It is on the tip of my tongue.
    Put a roof on Oriel and include the away end : ) with the euro millions

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    I think a new away end would work better behind the goal close to where the away fans are now, a new terrace and roofed would be perfect. A similar structure behind the other goal for home fans, possibly with seating would give the old girl a huge lift. I think to be fair, the owners are looking at plans to develop a lot of areas, but the first priority had to be the pitch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martinho II View Post
    if this continues we wont have the numbers for away matches to run a bus. I am glad yet again I didnt make it. Shels will be my first home game but knowing our form we will do nothing. What has gone wrong for us at home? Was the atmosphere dead again?
    CCS is a morgue. It's a chore going to watch home games, even the rare time we play well it's still not enjoyable with the sh1te atmosphere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oriel View Post
    I think a new away end would work better behind the goal close to where the away fans are now, a new terrace and roofed would be perfect. A similar structure behind the other goal for home fans, possibly with seating would give the old girl a huge lift. I think to be fair, the owners are looking at plans to develop a lot of areas, but the first priority had to be the pitch.
    Agree with relocating but it should be seated. All grounds should have seats for away fans if we are going to encourage families.

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    http://www.extratime.ie/articles/185...der-supported/

    Interesting article about a europe-wide study of football attendances. It states that our league actually isn't under-supported based on most metrics such as population, league quality etc.

    Seems to correlate with another similar report from a few years ago - http://extratime.ie/newsdesk/article...e-attendances/

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    Quote Originally Posted by oriel View Post
    I think a new away end would work better behind the goal close to where the away fans are now, a new terrace and roofed would be perfect. A similar structure behind the other goal for home fans, possibly with seating would give the old girl a huge lift. I think to be fair, the owners are looking at plans to develop a lot of areas, but the first priority had to be the pitch.
    problem is youve a road going down to the big shed thing at one end dont you, so either that road would have to be moved or the stand would have to go over it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philosophizer View Post
    http://www.extratime.ie/articles/185...der-supported/

    Interesting article about a europe-wide study of football attendances. It states that our league actually isn't under-supported based on most metrics such as population, league quality etc.

    Seems to correlate with another similar report from a few years ago - http://extratime.ie/newsdesk/article...e-attendances/
    The fly in the ointment with that is the large number of Irish people who actively follow English and Scottish teams, buy their merchandise, and travel to attend their games.

    So Ireland should be vastly over-performing in terms of how its league does. Instead, we just boost the stats for British football teams instead. Viva 1916.

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    Quote Originally Posted by White Horse View Post
    It turns out that people don't like get wet while watching games in the rain. I wonder what the club can do about this. It is on the tip of my tongue.
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    The City - Dundalk game this weekend is looking like it could be another sell out. The terriblle thing about the golden years is that you rarely realise you are in the golden years while they are happening. We may not have won enough trophies, and our football hasn't always been flowing, but John Caulfield has given us some great days and nights following City in the past 3 and a bit seasons. This will be the third sell out game I think in as many seasons after none in a decade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RathfarnhamHoop View Post
    problem is youve a road going down to the big shed thing at one end dont you, so either that road would have to be moved or the stand would have to go over it
    There would still be space to build a modest size stand behind the goals near the away end. A temporary stand was in place there twice previously, 2014 EA Sports Cup final v Rovers, and the final league game v Cork that same season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El-Pietro View Post
    The City - Dundalk game this weekend is looking like it could be another sell out. The terriblle thing about the golden years is that you rarely realise you are in the golden years while they are happening. We may not have won enough trophies, and our football hasn't always been flowing, but John Caulfield has given us some great days and nights following City in the past 3 and a bit seasons. This will be the third sell out game I think in as many seasons after none in a decade.
    Cork v Dlk in April 2015 was a sell out, was the other one a euro game last season ? I don't think your 1-0 win over us pre mid season break in 2016 sold out.
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    First update of the year after week 4.

    PREMIER DIVISION

    Bohs - 1,604 (1,627; 1,724; 1,395; 1,597; 1,496; 1,488; 1,835; 2,366)
    Bray - 878 (957; 769; 718; 891; 965; 1,121; 952; 1,169)
    Cork - 3,029 (2,533; 3,263; 3,777; 1,965; 2,786; 2,128 FD; 1,693 FD; 2,681)
    Derry - 1,487 (1,563; 1,124; 1,106; 1,446; 1,460; 2,135; 1,965 FD; 2,436)
    Drogheda - 1,035 (583 FD; 813; 1,064; 817; 977; 811; 859; 1,106)
    Dundalk - 3,569 (2,738; 3,158; 2,534; 1,997; 949; 1,355; 1,877; 2,371)
    Galway - 1,582 (1,169; 1,290; 975 FD)
    Harps - 1,434 (1,216; 784 FD; 449 FD; 479 FD; 429 FD; 433 FD; 644 FD; 480 FD)
    Limerick - 1,766 (1,131 FD; 1,206; 757; 1,649; 734 FD; 569 FD; 598 FD; 429 FD)
    Pat's - 1,309 (1,088; 1,321; 1,386; 1,687; 1,474; 1,346; 1,756; 1,631)
    Rovers - 3,839 (2,041; 2,890; 2,269; 2,763; 3,127; 3,779; 3,794; 3,611)
    Sligo - 1,537 (1,750; 1,750; 1,959; 2,342; 3,007; 2,103; 1,807; 1,756)

    FIRST DIVISION

    Athlone - 353 (156; 314; 653 PD; 754; 271; 200; 354; 462)
    Cabinteely - 504 (352; 610)
    Cobh - 350 (403; 366; 223; 439; 2008 - 1,122 PD; 681; 368; 403)
    Longford - 321 (488 PD; 803 PD; 567; 379; 365; 315; 230; 260)
    Shels - 601 (554; 596; 713; 1,114 PD; 1,187 PD; 781; 737; 972)
    UCD - 321 (297; 216; 397 PD; 487 PD; 506 PD; 558 PD; 610 PD; 272)
    Waterford - 1,317 (314; 460; 470; 478; 453; 466; 619; 434)
    Wexford - 283(585 PD; 553; 331; 227; 302; 216; 343; 494)


    PREMIER AVERAGE: 2,016 (1,476; 1,681; 1,502; 1,566; 1,630; 1,547; 1,512; 2,010)
    FIRST DIVISION AVERAGE: 446 (476; 486; 495; 391; 372; 578; 682; 417)

    OVERALL AVERAGE: 1,457 (1,117; 1,249; 1,160; 1,140; 1,125; 1,110; 1,095; 1,175)


    TOTAL WEEKLY ATTENDANCE: 12,127 Week 4 - Paddys Weekend fixtures.

    OVERALL PREMIER ATTENDANCE: 58,450 (292,204; 332,805; 297,334)
    OVERALL FIRST ATTENDANCE: 7,128 (52,807; 54,474; 55,408)

    OVERALL COMBINED ATTENDANCE: 65,578 (345,011; 387,279; 352,742)

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    Quote Originally Posted by oriel View Post
    Cork v Dlk in April 2015 was a sell out, was the other one a euro game last season ? I don't think your 1-0 win over us pre mid season break in 2016 sold out.
    Yeah the other one was the game against Genk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El-Pietro View Post
    The City - Dundalk game this weekend is looking like it could be another sell out. The terriblle thing about the golden years is that you rarely realise you are in the golden years while they are happening. We may not have won enough trophies, and our football hasn't always been flowing, but John Caulfield has given us some great days and nights following City in the past 3 and a bit seasons. This will be the third sell out game I think in as many seasons after none in a decade.
    How many does TC hold these days ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EatYerGreens View Post
    How many does TC hold these days ?
    Tony Cousins' taxi still holds three afaik.


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    Quote Originally Posted by EatYerGreens View Post
    How many does TC hold these days ?
    Due to health & safety regulation it's I think it's 6,900. And this is 100% headed for a sellout.

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