Weekend Attendances 17-20/11 – AFLW, ALW, RLWC, NBL, WNBL

I thought as the AFL evidently did that support of the Mens teams would benefit the womens teams, but attendance is just 8% of the mens comp – however its better than say, the EPL-WSL conversion which sits at 4%. Basketball does better – NBA/WNBA at 32%, the NBL/WNBL at 20%

ABL

 

AFLW

ALW

@WgtnPhoenixFC make history at Sky Stadium, with the all-time highest recorded attendance for a standalone fixture in the @LibFinancial A-League 👏

NBL

Round 7 of the 2022-23 NBL was attended by 46,727 people at an average of 6,675 per game (69% capacity) The 2022-23 season to date has been attended by 315,794 people at ana verage of 6,192 per game (65% capacity). Attendances are up 11% by rounds and 29% by matches played.

RLWC

RLWC Mens finals was attended by 187,243 people at an average of 26,749. The RLWC Mens tournament was attended by 423,608 at an average of 13,655.

The Wheelchair tournament was attended by 18,231 people at an average of 1,409 per match (57% cap)

WNBL

Round 3 of the 2022-23 WNBL season was attended by 5,246 at an average of 1,312 per game (28% capacity). The 2022-23 WNBL season has been attended by 17,866 people at an average of 1,276 per match (34% capacity)

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