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1 hour ago, Clintosaurus said:

I'd say we are upper middle tier, both in terms of membership, crowds and revenue.

Grab a proper home training venue like caulfield and win another flag and I reckon we could be right up in the top echelon. 

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16 hours ago, Clintosaurus said:

I'd say we are upper middle tier, both in terms of membership, crowds and revenue.

I would have thought that the Dees would be vying with the Hawks for the #5 spot in Melbourne (in terms of supporter base size)?

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38 minutes ago, No. 31 said:

I would have thought that the Dees would be vying with the Hawks for the #5 spot in Melbourne (in terms of supporter base size)?

100%

we're never going to be as big as the filth, the baggers, or the peptides but i think everyone is well aware of that 

the puddy tatts have the distinct advantage of being mega-rich due to their stadium deal and their spread of western victoria support

but we can absolutely compete with the likes of hawthorn IF we win multiple premierships during a 40 year stretch like they did from the 1970s to the 2010s - 11 premierships from 1976 to 2015 is just an extraordinary fillip to grow a supporter base

friend of a friend from wa goes for them and i asked why he never switched to meth coke in the 1980s / 1990s and his response was unequivocal - he started going for hawthorn in the late 70s / early 80s cos they were always winning, always being covered by the media, and kept winning

success begats success

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A new member who helped get us to 60,000. Signed up a fortnight ago…

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My granddaughter 🥰

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1 hour ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

A new member who helped get us to 60,000. Signed up a fortnight ago…

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My granddaughter 🥰

congratulations WCW, let’s hope she thinks goody is the right guy. ;-) 

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1 hour ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

A new member who helped get us to 60,000. Signed up a fortnight ago…

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My granddaughter 🥰

congrats

now what do you prefer we call you ... granny, grandma, nan, nanny, nana, seanmháir  ... ?

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2 hours ago, daisycutter said:

congrats

now what do you prefer we call you ... granny, grandma, nan, nanny, nana, seanmháir  ... ?

Would love for it to be seanmháir but it will likely be babcia (pronounced Bub-cha) since she’ll be born in Poland. 

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8 hours ago, No. 31 said:

I would have thought that the Dees would be vying with the Hawks for the #5 spot in Melbourne (in terms of supporter base size)?

Already above them if you discount their pet memberships 😁

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Congratulations WCW that is awesome and a dear little Babcia Dee.❤️💙

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20 minutes ago, Katrina Dee Fan said:

Congrats, WCW!!!  Can't wait for pics!!

Oh there’ll be pics. There will be so many pics you’ll need three lifetimes to see them all 😁

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Thanks George_on_the_outer 61,867 we have inched ahead of last year now, a couple of stirring wins makes a lot of difference. Go Dees.!!!

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On 12/03/2024 at 12:46, george_on_the_outer said:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2024

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1st game

07/03 A

18/3 H

16/3 H

20/3 H

22/3 A

23/3 H

25/3 H

25/3  A

25/3 H

4/4 H

22/3 A

31/3 H

31/3 H

27/3 H

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oct week 3

 

 

 

 

 

19,068 21

15,211 20

21,980  22

19,026     26

16,654 22

17,625  25

 

 

 

Nov week 3

 

 

30,000 26

 

 

20,215  21

25,028 22

26,064  18

23,037     26

20,509  26

20,223  25

-

16,287

11,922

Dec week 1

 

 

 

 

28,005  7

30,096  7

28,354 07

27,914   9

24,402      4

22,433  3

22,105  11

18,217  3

18,747 2

17,541  3

Dec week 3

 

 

38,000 23

 

28,447  21

31,759  21

29,053 22

29,426  23

26,217     22

24,097  23

23,542  25

 

20,623

20,166

Jan week 3

 

 

40,000 21

 

29,764  21

33,226  21

30,068 19

30,200  20

27,027     19

25,112  23

24,558  21

21,873

22,402

22,396

Feb week 1

 

 

40,823 7

 

30,141  7

34,327   7

30,577 2

31,141   3

28,013      3

25,647   1

25,416   4

22,962   8

23,422

23,457

Feb week 2

 

44,552 19

41,562 14

 

32,157  14

35,148  14

31,310 14

31,537  10

28,759     17

26,290  12

26,039  12

23,650  12

21,448  12

 

Feb week 3

 

 

42,463 21

32,954  21

32,735 21

36,070  21

32,075 21

32,137  17

29,217     24

26,639  18

26,641  17

23,650  18

24,195  16

25,253  17

Feb week 4

 

49,850 28

44.526  28

33,458 28

32,985 28

36,973  28

32,948 28

32,679  24

29,450     26

27,066  26

27,736  26

-

25,277

 

Mar week 1

 

50,054   7

44,903 7

35,874  7

35,726 7

37,979  7

34,034  7

33,520   3

30,524      7

27,619   4

28,582   4

24,801   5

26,023

27,806

Mar week 2

48,880  14

52,738 14

49,667 14

37,083 14

36,063 14

39,537  14

34,691  14

35,080  16

32,623     16

29,510  16

30,421  15

26,751  14

26,791  14

28,068

Mar week 3

54,028

21

55,528 21

51,513 21

41,055 21

37,571  21

41,513  21

36,513  21

35,756  21

33,146    21

30,257  21

-

-

 

 

Mar week 4

54,981.       28

56,572 28

54,164 28

41,325 28

37,888  28

44,008  28

38,089  28

37,025  28

35,117     26

31,035  26

32,324  28

-

29,588

31,087

Apr week 1

 55,258 7

57,558 7

55,595 7

42,088 7

38,115  7

45,537  7

39,402   7

38,554   7

35,535     1

32,001   1

-

-

32,235

33,359

Apr week 2

 57,002 14

58,385 14

56,841 14

43,421 14

38,246  14

46,133 14

40,160  14

39,005  14

36,157     8

33,301   9

33,175  14

-

-

33,753  10

Apr week 3

58,651  21

59,220 21

57,289  21

44,934 21

38,286  21

47,174  21

40,557  21

39,281   21

36,731     20

-

 

 

 

34,548  20

Apr week 4

 60,241 28

59,545  28

57,802 28

46,093 28

38,431 28

48,080  28

40,636  28

39,634  28

37,597     30

34,068  29

 

 

 

 

May week 1

 60,416 7

60,673 7

59,144 7

46,896  7

38,521 7

49,837  7

41,640  7

40,083  7

37,766      6

34,352    7

35,205   5

-

34,489

35,205

May week 2

  62,072 14

61,324 14

60,000 14

46,896 14

38,591 14

50,107 14

41,825  14

40,380  14

38,102     13

-

-

-

34,961

 

May week 3

 62,174

63,750 21

60,303 21

48,784 21

38,673  21

50,422  21

42,057 21

40,549  21

38,327     23

34,871  20

 

 

 

 

May week 4

 

63,869 28

60,782 28

48,784 28

38,673  28

50,520  28

42,352  28

40,749  28

38,479     31

35,017  22

 

 

 

 

June week 1

 

64,135 7

61,652 7

50,085 7

38,766 7

51,770  7

43,593  7

40,934   7

38,547     6

 

 

 

 

 

Jun Week 2

 

64,492 14

62,095 14

50,085 14

38,985  14

51,770  14

43,791 14

41,022  14

38,653     14

-

 

-

35,403

 

Jun week 3

 

64,751 21

62,646 21

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jun week 4

 

64,929 28

62,738 28

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July week 1

 

64,976 7

65,472 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July week 2

 

67,122 14

65,756 14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July week 3

 

67,177 21

65,816 21

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Final July 31

 

67,673

65,902

53,188

39,774

52,405

44,191

42,102

39,211

35,953

35,911

33,177

35,345

36,937

Post 31 July

 

70,785

66,484

54,495

40,531

52,446

45,178

42,233

 

 

 

 

 

 

2024  Progressive total in Red

Actual dates in Blue

Date of first game of season Home or Away

 

SOME NUMBERS FROM LONG AGO:

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Thanks George_O_T_Outer, we need a couple of big wins on the trot to get us back on line with our 2023 numbers.

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Ouch George OTO that loss is going to hurt prospects memberships seems to have stalled still better than 2022 figures though.!!

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1 hour ago, DeeZone said:

Ouch George OTO that loss is going to hurt prospects memberships seems to have stalled still better than 2022 figures though.!!

Never fear, DeeZ they numbers should bounce back.

In May last year (and I think 2022) the club had 3-game specials at a discounted price.  Last year it was to celebrate Kozzie re-signing and membership iirc was $36, his playing number.

I bought a few and they came in handy when buying extra finals tickets.

I assume the club will soon have another special to boost numbers.   Well, I hope they do. 🤞

 

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