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The plan is to add an additional 3,000 seats plus corporate space. Catalans are also planning on replacing the Guasch Stand, so additional capacity may come out of that work. 

Looks like the venue would be around 16Kish when done.

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It’s always been quite a high attendance when I’ve been to Catalans (9k+) in comparison to capacity and I’ve walked up and bought a ticket a couple of times. Is there going to be the uptake for tickets? The last thing I’d want is Catalans to lose its atmosphere and how they get on the back of the opponents and the officials by playing in a much more empty stadium. 

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2 hours ago, Jughead said:

It’s always been quite a high attendance when I’ve been to Catalans (9k+) in comparison to capacity and I’ve walked up and bought a ticket a couple of times. Is there going to be the uptake for tickets? The last thing I’d want is Catalans to lose its atmosphere and how they get on the back of the opponents and the officials by playing in a much more empty stadium. 

I think if they add the commercial income they are prepared to make the trade off but I agree it was great for Toulouse game and dont want another oversized ground.

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10 hours ago, Jughead said:

It’s always been quite a high attendance when I’ve been to Catalans (9k+) in comparison to capacity and I’ve walked up and bought a ticket a couple of times. Is there going to be the uptake for tickets? The last thing I’d want is Catalans to lose its atmosphere and how they get on the back of the opponents and the officials by playing in a much more empty stadium. 

presume its the corporate that is oversubscribed and that maybe what they are expanding. 1 corporate ticket is the same as 15-25 normal tickets revenue wise

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4 hours ago, yipyee said:

presume its the corporate that is oversubscribed and that maybe what they are expanding. 1 corporate ticket is the same as 15-25 normal tickets revenue wise

I think that's right. The last time they had a full-house 11,600 was against Hull KR  in the SL semi final. The Guasch Stand holds 2,500. Not sure that includes the open terraces either side.

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15 hours ago, dkw said:

Amazing that you somehow think that's a bad thing.

So long as they weren't helping him along 😜

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Its been a long time coming:)

Match day corporate revenue already can be as much as 200 thousand euros, and there is no shortage of companies that want to spend money at the Dragons the entire corporate experience is as good as it gets its up there with the best Twickenham 6 Nations Premiership Football etc:)

 

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39 minutes ago, ATLANTISMAN said:

Its been a long time coming:)

Match day corporate revenue already can be as much as 200 thousand euros, and there is no shortage of companies that want to spend money at the Dragons the entire corporate experience is as good as it gets its up there with the best Twickenham 6 Nations Premiership Football etc:)

 

Paul

Quite enjoyed your videos of the lounge area....what does a hospitality seat cost per head (as a normal paying punter?)

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42 minutes ago, Bedfordshire Bronco said:

Quite enjoyed your videos of the lounge area....what does a hospitality seat cost per head (as a normal paying punter?)

Not too sure for a one off although there seems to be around 4 different levels of hospitality.

We have 4 places for club premium at SL matches which i think is around 9000 euros for the season (They also give us 2 free places for our boys 17 and 13 who come during school holidays) so that equates not counting the boys to around Euros 170 PP per match.

 

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6 minutes ago, ATLANTISMAN said:

Not too sure for a one off although there seems to be around 4 different levels of hospitality.

We have 4 places for club premium at SL matches which i think is around 9000 euros for the season (They also give us 2 free places for our boys 17 and 13 who come during school holidays) so that equates not counting the boys to around Euros 170 PP per match.

 

Paul

Doable if I lived down there. 

I think if we go then we will go for corporate assuming it's possible for single matches 

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1 hour ago, ATLANTISMAN said:

Not too sure for a one off although there seems to be around 4 different levels of hospitality.

We have 4 places for club premium at SL matches which i think is around 9000 euros for the season (They also give us 2 free places for our boys 17 and 13 who come during school holidays) so that equates not counting the boys to around Euros 170 PP per match.

 

Paul

The amount of food you get and the open bar I'm sure most people get their moneys worth! 

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23 hours ago, barnyia said:

Been waiting on a old bloke who lives behind the stand to sell or pass away I believe,  and then planning permission etc so it's been in the planning stage for a long time, 

A lot more corporation/hospitality boxes as they're all sold out behind the posts, 

I love belligerent old people.

If I had a time machine, despite all the good I could do with it, I would simply buy the house closest to Twickenham in the 1950's and then tell them to @#£% off every time they offered to buy it.

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14 hours ago, Dunbar said:

I love belligerent old people.

If I had a time machine, despite all the good I could do with it, I would simply buy the house closest to Twickenham in the 1950's and then tell them to @#£% off every time they offered to buy it.

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