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3 hours ago, Yakstorm said:

Tickets remaining at Plough Lane by bay (yes I am excited to see something resembling a crowd buying tickets to a London home game) 

East Stand:

- 117 : 56

South Stand:

- 130 : 12

- 131 : 18

- 132 : 15

North Stand: 

- 112 : 154

- 113 : 21

- 114 : 25

- 115 : 21

- 116 : 31

- 117 : 60

So taking what we know the capacity is in each of those stands, we should be past 4,500 for Friday night.

- East Stand : 2,335 (2,391)

- South Stand : 1,047 (1,092)

- North Stand : 1,153 (1,465)

- West Stand : 0 (4,267)

Wonder if we'll see the West Stand go on sale, or if they'll cap it at 4,948.

That would be London's highest attendance for quite some time wouldn't it?

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4 hours ago, Yakstorm said:

Tickets remaining at Plough Lane by bay (yes I am excited to see something resembling a crowd buying tickets to a London home game) 

East Stand:

- 117 : 56

South Stand:

- 130 : 12

- 131 : 18

- 132 : 15

North Stand: 

- 112 : 154

- 113 : 21

- 114 : 25

- 115 : 21

- 116 : 31

- 117 : 60

So taking what we know the capacity is in each of those stands, we should be past 4,500 for Friday night.

- East Stand : 2,335 (2,391)

- South Stand : 1,047 (1,092)

- North Stand : 1,153 (1,465)

- West Stand : 0 (4,267)

Wonder if we'll see the West Stand go on sale, or if they'll cap it at 4,948.

Presumably they’ve done this for the TV arc. But isn’t the West Stand the main one, where the bars and hospitality would be?

Having not been yet it would be good to know what the East is like for facilities if that’s the one Bronco’s are concentrating on. I thought only the West was a permanent structure, and the others were temporary stands to be replaced as and when Wimbledon rise up the league 

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13 hours ago, Dave T said:

I don't see any reason for Wire to be low for their home opener. 

Maybe not low-low, but I don't imagine many will be coming across from Hull for a Friday night game.

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1 hour ago, Damien said:

That would be London's highest attendance for quite some time wouldn't it?

https://www.rugbyleagueproject.org/venues/stoop-memorial-ground/results.html

Their last attendance over 5k was 5,084 against Wigan in 2010 during the Harlequins era, and there were a few attendances over 4k in the couple of years after that. 

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5 hours ago, The Hallucinating Goose said:

https://www.rugbyleagueproject.org/venues/stoop-memorial-ground/results.html

Their last attendance over 5k was 5,084 against Wigan in 2010 during the Harlequins era, and there were a few attendances over 4k in the couple of years after that. 

I remember 8k ish for the first game (?) as harelquins against Saints i think. And a big crowd against Manly for a friendly at the Stoop.

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14 minutes ago, Tre Cool said:

I remember 8k ish for the first game (?) as harelquins against Saints i think. And a big crowd against Manly for a friendly at the Stoop.

There was also a technical 12,000 (from memory) from a double header with the union team. I think our game was v Huddersfield.

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45 minutes ago, gingerjon said:

There was also a technical 12,000 (from memory) from a double header with the union team. I think our game was v Huddersfield.

Ha yes i was there, about 3-4k were there for the RL. I skipped the rah rah obvs.

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1 hour ago, gingerjon said:

There was also a technical 12,000 (from memory) from a double header with the union team. I think our game was v Huddersfield.

I was there 8000 rah rahs walked out after playing Plymouth Albion with Graham Dawes playing for them at 48 years old it was a joke of a match.

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Broncos aim is for 7000 for the Wolves match on St Patrick's day.

We are taking 100 for the VIP hospitality all major blue chip companies ,should be a cracking St Patrick's day hopefully our flight won't be late as will have been at the Dragons the night before.

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59 minutes ago, ATLANTISMAN said:

Broncos aim is for 7000 for the Wolves match on St Patrick's day.

We are taking 100 for the VIP hospitality all major blue chip companies ,should be a cracking St Patrick's day hopefully our flight won't be late as will have been at the Dragons the night before.

You've said this before. Who are these 7k?

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Difficult game for Widnes. Even the ref must have got fed with the dropped ball, dumb penalties and duff play the balls. 

###### to get off the car park as well.

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1684 at Oldham vs Rochdale.  

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With the best, thats a good bit of PR, though I would say the Bedford team, theres, like, you know, 13 blokes who can get together at the weekend to have a game together, which doesnt point to expansion of the game. Point, yeah go on!

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11 minutes ago, doc said:

Difficult game for Widnes. Even the ref must have got fed with the dropped ball, dumb penalties and duff play the balls. 

###### to get off the car park as well.

Parked on the street, no problem getting away.

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I took all the attendances figures listed on this thread and added them up. It doesn't quite tally with the official total.

List Total 76,530
Hull FC 20,014
Leeds 15,126
St Helens 13,764
Castleford 10,170
Catalans 8,876
Leigh 8,580
Correction 169
Corr Total 76,699

Can anyone help correct the match numbers above or is it too early to be sure?

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2 hours ago, Jill Halfpenny fan said:

North Wales v Widnes 1,088

This is a ground record for rugby league, and our first four figure home attendance since our only season in the Championship in 2013.

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5 minutes ago, RayCee said:

I took all the attendances figures listed on this thread and added them up. It doesn't quite tally with the official total.

List Total 76,530
Hull FC 20,014
Leeds 15,126
St Helens 13,764
Castleford 10,170
Catalans 8,876
Leigh 8,580
Correction 169
Corr Total 76,699

Can anyone help correct the match numbers above or is it too early to be sure?

14,058 at Saints.

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12 minutes ago, Bod said:

14,058 at Saints.

Thanks Bod. There was a post that talked about tickets sold and actual attendees which left me wondering which figure is counted. So switching from attendees to tickets sold is as below but still not balanced. Oh well.  We will wait and see.

List Total 76,824
Hull FC 20,014
Leeds 15,126
St Helens 14,058
Castleford 10,170
Catalans 8,876
Leigh 8,580
Correction -125
Corr Total 76,699

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