Its been a big weekend in sport.
Round 3 of the 2022-23 A-league Mens season saw 64,948 people attend at an average of 10,825, (36% of capacity) This is the highest drawing round, and the Melb derby is the highest crowd of the season to date. Season so far has seen 166,844 people attend (ave 9,814, 29% cap).
AFLW R9 was attended by 15,994 people at an average of 1,777 per match, using 15% of capacity. With 1 round remaining, AFLW S7 has been attended by 217,002 at an average of 2,679 using 18% of capacity. Without the MCG curtainraiser, the season average is 2,489.
With one game to go, Round 4 of the 2022-23 NBL season was attended by 38,945 at an average of 5,564, at 56% of capacity. So far this season, the NBL has been attended by 174,903 people at an average of 6,247 using 64% of its capacity.
To date 150,222 people have attended the 2021 RLWC, at an average of 10,730 per game (53% of capacity)
T20 World Cup
On Saturday, Australia v New Zealan d at the SCG attracted 34,756 attendees (72% of capacity), while England v Afghanistan in Perth pulled 8,405 (14% of capacity). Sundays India v Pakistan game saw 90,293 people attend the MCG (90% of capacity).
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