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Match day pass

By Copeysaurus (CDawg)18/9 15:07Fri Sep 18 15:07:34 2020

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Does the club see any of the money?

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More on Streaming Revenues

By Sev21/9 21:34Mon Sep 21 21:34:22 2020In response to Match day passTop of thread

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Colchester released the following about their ifollow income

https://www.cu-fc.com/news/2020/september/club-statement/

Streaming Revenues
The way it works currently is that the home team keep all of the revenue for the tickets they sell through their own website and they also get the revenue for the first 500 that buy via the away team. For example: for Saturday’s game against Bolton, we sold 452 iFollow passes, (so we keep all of the revenue from those), and Bolton sold 2252 iFollow passes, (of which we get the revenue from the first 500).

This has put a very new aspect on the revenue that is available to clubs this season. Bolton made more money in gate receipts from our home fixture than we did because they had the revenue from 1,752 iFollow passes whereas we had the revenue from 952 iFollow passes. In normal times, we would have expected about £54,000 in home gate receipts from this fixture but we will receive just shy of £8,000, whereas Bolton would have expected about £600 for the 5% commission we pay them but will have received about £14,000 more than that.

We sold just over 300 streams for the away game against Bradford, so we earnt £0.00 for that away game and I expect that to be the case for every away game this season. So based on twenty three away games, Bolton look set to receive about £345,000 from the streaming of their away games this season whilst we can look forward to approximately £0.00.

Edited by Sev at 21:34:56 on 21st September 2020

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By SFC Jonny (SFC Jonny)22/9 09:39Tue Sep 22 09:39:23 2020In response to More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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I saw this yesterday.

Interesting they sold far fewer for the away game?

Being the part time plastic armchair fan that I am, I rarely bother with away games, but now they are all virtual, I'll probably watch home and away games equally.

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By AndyC22/9 09:17Tue Sep 22 09:17:35 2020In response to More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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They should have more fans then if they dont like it

Impressive numbers from Bolton

Edited by AndyC at 09:17:44 on 22nd September 2020

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By Chuds22/9 12:02Tue Sep 22 12:02:03 2020In response to Re: More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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Haha.

We are going to make so little money from BCD aren't we?

I genuinely don't think we would make a single penny from away games all season even if all BCD. And we will hardly sell any home streams either, it will just be STH getting it "free" (although actually paying more than the tenner per game) plus a few away fans paying a third of what they would if they came in person.

Thank goodness we have central funding to help out.

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By Hitchin Callling22/9 17:34Tue Sep 22 17:34:13 2020In response to Re: More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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Yeah just realised in if this goes that soon STH could be in effect paying more.Not clubs fault but they will at least need to acknowledge this and perhaps promise credits etc to use next season.

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By Balders (BALDOCKBORO)22/9 19:31Tue Sep 22 19:31:01 2020In response to Re: More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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No chance. Nor should they credit us a penny.

We bought our ST's knowing the risk. The club made it clear what the offer was re ifollow.

It's shit, especially when you've bought multiple St's for one household, but the club aren't to blame.

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By Owen B22/9 12:17Tue Sep 22 12:17:25 2020In response to Re: More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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I'm keeping the club afloat buying streams at a tenner a go. I'm a hero.

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By Bragbury10622/9 15:07Tue Sep 22 15:07:27 2020In response to Re: More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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this is working out to be a cheap season

barrow saved me bundles.

at 10 pound ago for away games you can not go wrong.
there again miss the football pies and drink + banter.

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By Balders (BALDOCKBORO)22/9 16:28Tue Sep 22 16:28:04 2020In response to Re: More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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You want the full live match experience...? Here's a helpful guide.

Buy your pints and pies at Tesco.

Drive round the nearest council estate for an hour and park at least a mile from your own house at 2pm, then walk home, preferably in the rain, in need of a wee.

Leave your beer open and near a radiator from 11am so that it's nice and warm, and flat.

Only half cook your pie. In a microwave.

Piss all over the bathroom floor the night before the match so that the aroma spreads into the living room

And for the full deluxe live match experience, get one of the kids or the wife to scream "Forwards" and "Don't hoof it for fuck sake" at random intervals.

At full-time wander off to try and find your car.

Sorted.

Edited by BALDOCKBORO at 16:28:59 on 22nd September 2020

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By Specky (Mike H)22/9 20:56Tue Sep 22 20:56:06 2020In response to Re: More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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Get a picture of Trevor Kettle on the wall, in full sight, but away from the TV action

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By AndyC22/9 17:07Tue Sep 22 17:07:23 2020In response to Re: More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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If you are sitting, get one of your family to stand in front of you for half the game so you can't see the TV/If you are standing get the family member to keep yelling at you to sit down, preferably wearing a hi-viz vest

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By WASP (Original Mr Wasp)22/9 16:42Tue Sep 22 16:42:49 2020In response to Re: More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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Get some northern youth to give you the wanker sign from outside your window everytime your team miss a goal opportunity

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By Bragbury10622/9 17:14Tue Sep 22 17:14:40 2020In response to Re: More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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we don,t miss goal opportunity,s this season.

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By Chuds22/9 12:28Tue Sep 22 12:28:54 2020In response to Re: More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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We're paying £30 per home stream in our house.

Bargain.

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By Owen B22/9 12:53Tue Sep 22 12:53:12 2020In response to Re: More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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You should look at separate screens to get your money's worth.

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By AndyC22/9 13:17Tue Sep 22 13:17:42 2020In response to Re: More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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Kick the missus out and then each charge 5 mates to watch your individual streams. Nice little earner

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Re: More on Streaming Revenues

By Chuds22/9 14:19Tue Sep 22 14:19:55 2020In response to Re: More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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How does one go about acquiring these so-called mates, please?

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By Balders (BALDOCKBORO)22/9 14:51Tue Sep 22 14:51:21 2020In response to Re: More on Streaming Revenues Top of thread

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The last time I had mates they were made of rubber and came wrapped in foil.

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Re: Match day pass

By Sev18/9 17:18Fri Sep 18 17:18:37 2020In response to Match day passTop of thread

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As per the link in post below, yes.

Bradford say £8.34 goes to the club from each purchase (edit: which is the full £10 less VAT). We get the money from all home fan purchases and the first 500 away fan purchases. Anything over 500 away fans goes to the away team.

So if we sell 1,000 and oldham sell 500 we should get about £12,500.

But doubt we even sell that many given ST holders get a free pass. Pobably make a few grand from it. To make £5,000 we would have to sell 600 in total.

Edited by Sev at 17:42:21 on 18th September 2020

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Re: Match day pass

By Ratman4620/9 17:03Sun Sep 20 17:03:01 2020In response to Re: Match day passTop of thread

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Better than fuck all

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Re: Match day pass

By Copeysaurus (CDawg)18/9 17:46Fri Sep 18 17:46:16 2020In response to Re: Match day passTop of thread

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Cheers guys

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Re: Match day pass

By AndyC18/9 16:58Fri Sep 18 16:58:29 2020In response to Match day passTop of thread

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https://forums.footballwebpages.co.uk/borochat/article/495716

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Re: Match day pass

By WASP (Original Mr Wasp)18/9 15:46Fri Sep 18 15:46:32 2020In response to Match day passTop of thread

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Yes.

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