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April 12, 2018 8:38 PM

Membership Thankyou Captain Taylor Walker thanks a Crows record 82,699 members

The Adelaide Football Club has broken its membership record for the fifth consecutive year, with the Crows this week reaching a total of 82,699 members – a new all-time high.

To celebrate the membership record, the Club will have a series of giveaways for members in the coming weeks, kicking off with Friday night’s home game against Collingwood, which commences at 7.20pm local time.

The number of Crows women’s team members has more than doubled this year, and the Club also continues to see strong support for its digital We Fly As One membership.

The membership figure is expected to continue to grow as the Club still has 3-game Bronze membership packages available for 2018 as well as Victorian General Admission memberships. For more information visit 19thman.com.au.

Crows CEO Andrew Fagan thanked the Club’s members for their continued passion and commitment.

“We are thrilled to surpass 80,000 members for the second year in a row and once again break our all-time membership record,” Fagan said.

“Our members are the backbone of the Club and we are blessed to have such a loyal, enthusiastic and passionate following, not just at home but where ever we play across the country.

“For the past five seasons, since moving to Adelaide Oval, we have consistently had some of the largest home crowds in the AFL and, no matter what the conditions or the timeslot, we know our members will be at the ground in their colours and the support is never taken for granted.”

Fagan said there would always be an emphasis on enhancing the fan experience and the Club is constantly exploring new technologies, such as virtual and augmented reality, to give members greater insights.

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