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paulh66
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Oct 13, 2019, 5:22 PM

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Re: [jefferson] Non-League Day - 12th October or Reply Privately

 
It's always important to get kids in but at younger ages they aren't interested as much in watching the game as running about and being kids. It's teenagers, students and early 20s kids clubs who you really need to be wooing with prices etc and the key demographic to getting more of an atmosphrere going and building a buzz that way and get them in the habbit of live forever rather than lost to it for Soccer Saturday or the pub.

Kids under 10 go free - great, but they aren't going to watch the match anyway.


If you're content to play the long game, one leads to another of course - get the under 10s (and their parents for that matter) in the habit of attending and feeling part of the club and you're much more likely to keep attracting them when they're older.


(This post was edited by paulh66 on Oct 13, 2019, 5:24 PM)


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