Champions’ Attendance Plummets

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The city’s representatives in the Can-Am League, the Champions, did about 2,454 fans a game at the Coventry Road-city-owned ball park in 2016.

Not so much this year. No doubt it is the rain.

This year over 14 home dates, the team has done 1,510 per game.

Last year the club was saying it needed maybe 200 to 300 more fans per game to make things work easily.

Well they’re certainly not getting that.

But to show how low the Champions are on the media radar, no one has picked this decline up before.

The fans and the media aren’t getting behind this team.

 


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3 thoughts on “Champions’ Attendance Plummets

  1. Most probably remember the excitement when baseball came to Ottawa in the 1990s when I believe Durrell was Mayor.
    Any chance that because it is not a Watson ‘idea’, no interest in promoting.
    What message is it sending to other businesses about setting up in Ottawa where it is definitely not a level playing field.

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    1. Actually Fed Up, the ball team is run by one of the mayor’s best friends and last year there were no end of city-related ads at the stadium.

      cheers

      kgray

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      1. So that is how he treats his friends:) Seems best to be a city sports partner.
        City related ads at the stadium — ads needed to get people there to see those ads.
        I rarely, if ever, see promotional ads for baseball games.

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