Brisbane and Central Coast gained the most members this week while league leader Melbourne Victory kept the numbers ticking.
National Rugby League
North Queensland became the latest team to open up a tally on their club website this week, leaving just three clubs without one for the time being. For the second week in a row, South Sydney lead the league for added memberships, while Brisbane show no change while holding steady at the top.
Australian Football League
West Coast burst onto the the tally seen this week and straight to the top of the AFL ladder, while both Melbourne and Sydney recorded significant increases in Memberships this week. Brisbane and St Kilda were also new additions to the tally list while ten clubs still havent got a tally up at this point.
West Coast jump straight to the top this week as processing of their automatic membership rolloevers has commenced. Victory drop into second place, clear of the the third placed and fourth placed AFL teams. The Broncos are the highest ranked NRL club at this point in 6th place.
Largest membership increase across the nation (excluding new tally additions) goes to the NRLs South Sydney, with NRL clubs also coming in second and third.