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The Financials of Stadium Size..

by Satta (Weekend Bawarchi's) 97 months ago
Was just going through the stadium size costs/ benefits analysis and found some interesting facts.
Let's say you begin the season with 6000 seats. Now, you want to increase it by a 100.

For increasing a single seat, you require 1400 bucks, whereas the advantage of that incremental money is only 180 bucks per week.
The break even is after 7 weeks and this will happen only if you are winning all your matches. (In that case, you will be promoted to a higher division and your probability of losing a match increases considerably.)

In between, there is going to be a season break and hence your seats are going to remain empty. (Fans take time to return and fill the stadia) This will further extend your break even time to close to 10 weeks before some profits start pouring in.

And this is going to be if and only if, you are winning all your matches...Smells of corruption...

P.S. All data is based upon the financials of Div IV. 


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yes i also thought the same way....... it will take 7 matches to neutralize that amount spent on increasing seats and that too when the stadium goes sold out for every matches........ but think it in a way of long term investment as we have to play this game for seasons so increase in seats will help us a lot after 1 it is a very good investment & should be done when our team is having enough fans to fill our stadium after increase in seats.
97 months ago
Sir Kashyap (Army Ants) Hyderabad # 2
it's not just abt your winning streak...your fan club size also matters. If your team has a large enough fan base then selling seats even if your team isn't doing well won't be a problem.
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