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2004/2005 Attendance Figures


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First here's a game by game breakdown the last two years:

 

 

 

Now this is a breakdown by figures:

 

2004

 

Sellouts (36331): 8

50k+: 1

40-49k: 5

30-39k: 11

20-29k: 22

10-19k: 37

0-9k: 2*

 

*Games played at US Cellular Field.

 

The source I used had two games at zero and a total of 80 home games.

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2005

 

Sellouts (36331): 1

50k+: 1

40-49k: 0

30-39k: 7

20-29k: 32

10-19k: 19

0-9k: 0

 

I'll post more stuff later on.

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Ask and you shall receive:

 

The Sports Network provides detailed attendance information for all teams in all 4 sports. Slam Canoe (http://www.canoe.ca/Slam/home.html) out of Canada used to do so, but stopped.

 

Here is the direct link to the Marlins page on The Sports Network:

http://www.sportsnetwork.com/merge/tsnform...e.aspx?team=014

 

Through 49 dates, the Marlins have attracted 1,099,749 slightly up from 1,078,304 in 2004 (22,444 avg. up from 22,006 avg.)

 

Finally, the average MLB game attendance was 28,051 in 2003, 30,075 in 2004 (3rd highest ever), and is currently 30,839 through July 26, 2005 according to ESPN. Record average is 31,256 in 1994 and for a full season 30,964 in 1993. The Marlins average of 22,444 is way below the league average and right now we?re in 28th out of 30 teams in attendance, with only Kansas City and Tampa Bay below us, not the kind of neighborhood we want the Marlins associated with.

 

ESPN keeps track of MLB attendance as a whole, not for each team.

 

Links for:

 

2005: http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/attendance?s...05&seasonType=2

2004: http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/attendance?s...04&seasonType=2

2003: http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/attendance?s...03&seasonType=2

 

Now, let's go out and beat the Pirates 2nite!!!

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Hmmmmfff, I wish we had a real ball park, at least that way a 20-29K crowd would look big!

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lol, that is so true, I go to some Marlins games that have 25,000-30,000 people and the place still looks empty, amazing how decieving a giant football stadium can be.

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2005

 

Sellouts (36331): 1

50k+: 1

40-49k: 0

30-39k: 7

20-29k: 32

10-19k: 19

0-9k: 0

 

Looks like a good time to bring back this thread. I haven't updated the graphic but I have updated the attendance breakdowns.

 

Something interesting.

 

12 of the last 14 home game we've had 20K plus.

 

The night of home game 46 we were at 0% change from last season. 13 home games later we are up 5% on the year.

 

Total at this point last year: 1,282,304/21,734 per

2005 so far: 1,344,948/22,796 per

 

EDIT: At no point last year did we have 12 of 14 home games in which 20K+ attended. I'm sure it never happened during 2003 definitely not during 2002. I'm sure it hasn't happened in several years.

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