If you're looking to take a trip to Mardid, you should be able to get a ticket for a Real match. So, whilst an attendance of 80,000 (or sometimes up to 95,000 in Barcelona's case) are impressive, they're still a long way off football's biggest ever attendances. I’ve only been to 3 NFL games total in the past 6-7 years, and I gotta say, I don’t miss going to all 8 home games a year like I used to do. You are not a member of the the target audience. This is an absolute money issue. Less people see movies these days and ticket prices have gone up, but Hollywood continues to set new records hand over fist. Forty-three of the 68 will have at least 20% capacity. It works the other way around too, of course. It backfired for them when clubs refused to allow them to film in their stadiums and the Football League demanded an increase in player appearance payments. Supporters can see the amount of money in football, particularly thanks to the TV deals that the clubs benefit from, and if they don’t start to see the money returning to them in the form of cheaper ticket prices then attendances are likely to dwindle even further. Not surprising at all. I expect this to continue. My Sundays used to be set aside for the NFL and nothing else. Taking my son to his first football match was one of the best experiences I've had as a father so far. on Santos Laguna in a friendly encounter, and Mexico President Felipe Calderon. As many people have said, the advancement of big screen HD TV’s says it all. Et pour continuer dans les mauvaises nouvelles, sa. Hasbrouck Heights and Wood-Ridge High Schools have issued attendance policies for football games which follow the guidelines set by the NJSIAA, conference and local Boards of Education. recherche de l'UE, les résultats du vote ont été annoncés et présentés sur un. A bunch of owners and players that care about themselves and not the integrity of the game. Keep in mind that this is attendance, not sales. But look the viewership numbers are up 5% this year, but every one of those 5% came out of the stands and what didn’t is coming from new overseas markets, not here in the USA. Fifteen teams saw a decline in attendance, led by the Jaguars (8.7 percent drop), Raiders (7.6 percent) and Bengals (7.0 percent). The game is structured for the tv audience. It is common when entering a debate around attendances in football for people to point to the ever-expanding amount of television coverage as a reason why the amount of people going to see live football is dropping. Which doesn't belong: Henry in class of his own? Three of its five FBS programs are allowing per-game capacities of 36,000 (UAB), 20,400 (Alabama) and 17,500 (Auburn). The point is that the people complaining about high prices for tickets, parking, concessions, etc. First off, it has ZERO to do with Kaepernick, people who say that need to go back under their rock. No, thanks. It’s a lot of fun going to the game. Local reports show that 46 people fainted - which is an unusually small number for the size of the crowd and facilities at the time. Wow….. How I wish the game went back to it’s simpler times. East Bengal went on to lose in the final a week later. Geez, the solution to this isn’t rocket science. Utilisez DeepL Traducteur pour traduire instantanément textes et documents. Translation – ordinary people can’t afford to go to games like they used to. I’ll continue to watch some NFL at home but my degree of interest is almost gone. According to David Broughton and Andrew Levin of Sports Business Daily, the NFL averaged 66,648 attendees at home games in 2019. Going through security is terrible. It’s much easier, less expensive, and more comfortable to make loaded nachos at home and watch the game on the flat screen with a 7.2 surround system. Flags, commercials and too damn expensive for most people. I am surprised they got as big of a crowd as they did. No doubt the two thumbs down you received were from Dan Snyder and Jerry Jones……. I usually find myself watching most of the plays on the jumbo-tron. Of course their attendance dropped, they are leaving. After a couple of years, though, they’ll have to put a winning product on the field or attendance will suffer.). “My Sundays used to be set aside for the NFL and nothing else. There are many more reasons, but these are the obvious ones. The Commissioner sucks. Whilst there are plans in place to modernise the stadium, it will not increase the capacity. It is a boring experience to sit in the stands while the game is constantly stopped. They lost 2-1 to Feyenoord at the San Siro. I can easily see Lambeau breaking it’s sell-out streak begun in 1959 sometime in the near future. That’s much higher than their professional brethren. The bigger and better TVs become … the smaller the crowds will become. The officiating is awful. Just look over on stubhub. Have you seen the price of a ticket lately? If was on the 50 and close yeah rather be there. The state of Mississippi, in fact, has one of the highest seven-day positivity percentages in the U.S. and owns a higher daily infection rate than all but two states. But is it actually true? The last time I went to a Chiefs game I had like 8th row seats in the corner of an endzone and the whole package was like 150$ for 2 tickets and parking. Ticket, parking, and concession prices are at an all-time high. How Le'Veon Bell fits with Kansas City Chiefs, Elite quarterback matchups headline Week 6, Fill in the Blank: Cowboys' offense without Dak, Enter your zip code to find NBCSN near you. The whole challenge/replay system sucks. Some even used drones to blanket seating surfaces in disinfecting chemicals. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED is a registered trademark of ABG-SI LLC. So even if North Korea ever got awarded the World Cup, we're still unlikely to get anywhere near the Maracana's record. I’m a Raidersvfan in Chicago and will travel to Vegas, but low end will probably be $200 just to get in the door, it’s the cost! NFL needs to step up and admit that they are controlling the outcome of these games. The 22 gold medals were never seen again and the victory song has never been performed. ________________. They are for an “experience”. Fans or not, college athletic departments are expecting to lose millions of dollars because of attendance limitations.