That is already happening, you can buy a match pass on Blackburn's (and every other clubs) website for £10. That's even for Saturday 3pm games whilst fans aren't allowed in. FYI that is the case for our game v Bournemouth next week, although through a Carabao website.Its fooked. Why don't they give every teams fans the option of buying a season ticket through their TVs while this uncertainly lies
Letting a few hundred fans in to create an atmosphere is undermining the government and health issues plus doesn't
bring shit all revenue. Sell the game through the camera lens, will have couch potatoes paying to watch their preferred teams, i.e. Blackburn we will show you all your games for, lets say £150 for the season
1 that means some of the "revenue is going back through the sport"
2 it's a damn site cheaper then paying £470 for a season ticket to your club when you don't even know when you may be allowed back in (figures amounted to me today by my boss who supports Blackburn)
We find ourselves in a society who are making us couch potatoes to pay from the couch regardless of epidemics.
Ring food, beer, pay for a fight,clap for Simon Cowell on a saturday night, pay subscriptions to utter bolloxs
Give us each a channel (or red button) to watch our own teams without us all paying the same (regardless of club) to be brainwashed about Ushited or the Dippers
This is still massively impacting on club revenue though, as a family of 4 might watch the stream whereas if that family went to the game, it might be £20 per adult and £10 per child. They'll most likely spend money on food and drink, and possibly buying things from the club shop.
Getting 1,000 into the ground is not the end goal, it's an initial step.