11/09/2017 : Taff's Gloversblog : Figuring It Out - One In Five Fans Ditch Season Tickets
11 September 2017 : Figuring It Out - One In Five Fans Ditch Season Tickets
Yeovil Town's release of their Season Ticket sales for the 2017-18 season brings to an end one of the sillier aspects of the summer. Attendance and ticket sale information has always been a big topic for football fans, and club personnel over the years, and is a sign of the health and vibrancy of your football club, as well as in most cases showing whether you can compete at your current level or rise above it.

Finally, we have a figure of 1,534 Season Ticket Holders to analyse. It's a bit lower than I had expected, although I had to say that the more the club procrastinated and delayed their announcement on the figure, the more I started to believe that it must be a bad one - otherwise the club would have just come straight out and announced it, as they have in most years. The size of the drop will tell most fans why there was an extreme reluctance to release the figure, but by initially refusing, and then delaying the announcement, they created a circus around it that wouldn't have existed if there had been an up front announcement. Regardless of how good or bad it was, it was important that they did release it.

The drop-off in sales is extraordinary. Since the 2014-15 season when we were in League One, we have lost 44.2 percent of our Season Ticket Holders. One in two of those who held a ticket during that season will no longer hold one (the figure is probably higher than that, given that there will be some brand new Season Ticket Holders in that 1,534 figure, but let's keep the maths simple).

And of course, these are not your casual fly-by-night glory-hunters (I hate that term, but use it for effect). These are your hardcore 23-home-games-a-season people who are willing to hand over 300 quid at the end of April when they haven't got a clue what the fixture list looks like, or what the team will look like. They just decide in April each year that their August-until-May period across the following year will be spent watching football every Saturday. That's quite some commitment, and so should show the club how valuable the 2,749 who did so during the 2014-15 season were to the club. Unfortunately, we've now lost approaching half of them across a two year period.

If you run through the full set of Season Ticket statistics across the 14 or 15 seasons that we've had in the Football League, you can see certain patterns, in that promotions or relegations have sometimes had an impact on sales. Commendably, our drop from Championship to League One didn't show any significant drop, which perhaps came down to fans recognising how extraordinary it was for Gary Johnson's side to get there in the first place. They didn't walk away when it turned into a one-season wonder.

There is a drop-off in support when we fell from League One into League Two of 453, but even that 2015-16 figure of 2,296 was on a par with five of our League One seasons, and so maybe implied that we'd dropped back to our 'League One core support' after having temporarily reaped the benefit of that Championship season uplift. It wasn't good that we lost them, but maybe was to be expected after a double relegation.

However, this season's loss of approximately 416 supporters can't be explained by a relegation. We moved from 19th in 2015-16, to 20th in 2016-17 and so positionally had remained pretty much static. Yet the end result was the second biggest numerical drop-off in sales since the summer of 2008. In percentage terms, it was even greater, with 21.3 percent deciding they would not renew. Over a fifth of you decided to give it a miss this summer.

When put in those terms, the club's statement that they gave the Western Gazette begins to look ridiculous: "with just one home game under our belt it's too early in the season to suggest any trend in attendances". They will have made that claim whilst sat on statistics that told them only 1,534 fans had renewed. They will have blamed the "school holidays" knowing that for over 400 fans, it was the entire season they'd made a decision about. They will have cited Accrington Stanley as singularly unattractive opposition, when those fans had actually made a decision about all 23 home fixtures! The club's statement did not make any mention of the "trend in attendances" that they 100 percent knew they were sat on - vital information given that the club automatically include all Season Ticket Holders in the "attendance" whether they are there or not. That 416 drop automatically guaranteed that starting base for each matchday attendance would also drop. The "school holidays" doesn't come into it.

The club will have known that drop-off since April 30th 2017 - the day of the 'early bird' purchase deadline. They've now had four months to engage with fans groups, determine root causes, reach out to those who had decided not to renew, to get a flavour of personal stories and to lay out a plan as to how they were going to win back those disenfranchised supporters.

It's important that the club are prepared to engage with 'noisier' supporters. At present it's impossible to tell what is being discussed in the Supporters Alliance Group (or Achieve By Unity Supporters Consortium - it's name seems to vary!) because ordinary fans don't know who attends, what's on the agenda, or what the outcomes were - despite the club promising on their website that minutes would be published. As such, it's not a format that I can take seriously. Whilst it stays as a select inner circle, it will merely serve the views of those who are presumably heavily involved in the club, rather than those who may feel disenfranchised.

I've also sensed that the Glovers Trust's attempts to get meetings with the club, or to get actions from their past meetings resolved, have been frustrated. Yet for the position that the club finds itself in, regarding Season Ticket Sales, and therefore revenue, it would be in their interests to reach out to fans groups or individuals who are prepared to give them an uncensored viewpoint. You're going to learn more from those who feel they're on the outside than you will from those on the inside.

Why do I think this large drop-off has happened now? I blogged about this last month after the Accrington game where I felt far too much emphasis was being made on short-term aspects like the Luton Town 8-2 result, and the presence of Accrington, rather than upon what was almost certainly going to have been a longer term trend. With the season ticket statistics now out in the open, that adds some significant weight to that, given those purchase decisions were made in April 2017 rather than across two matches in August 2017.

The first key thing for me was that those Season Ticket Holders were being asked to make their purchase decisions on the back of a run of form that had seen us win three games in 27 matches. During the tail end of last season, I spoke to a couple of Season Ticket Holders, who by unfortunate quirks, hadn't seen us win a match in 2017. So it was a hard test of 'loyalty' to buy up another twelve months worth of that.

The second key thing was that there was an entire absence of any boardroom, executive or ownership level visibility that would give fans a feel as to whether they saw that situation as a problem. The silence implied that there was a tacit acceptance of it. There were also significant financial losses in the club's accounts, along with question marks over a secured loan against the stadium land that had only been uncovered by fans browsing Companies House information, rather than by the club freely revealing it. It took the Glovers Trust two letters and an extended period of time for the detail behind that to be uncovered.

So I didn't really feel that there was an effort being made at the time of Season Ticket renewal to engage with supporters and make them feel valued. In fact five days before the final renewal date Chairman John Fry had sent the Glovers Trust the first of those two letters, which contained a barbed comment where he claimed the Trust had "chosen to create misconceptions which may be harmful to the well being of the Football Club and its loyal supporters". If you were a Trust member, or a supporter that was sympathetic to the questions they were asking, that was the final message that was delivered to you from the top brass - that you were being 'harmful' to the club, with an implication that the club's 'loyal supporters' were in some shape or form, a different group to those asking the club those perfectly valid ownership questions.

The club of course need to consider those two themes, and see if there are other themes that resulted in fans not renewing their season tickets. I had noticed a couple of comments that implied that the club believe that it can still recover those 'lost' supporters through fans buying tickets on the day, in the belief that results on the pitch would make fans come back.

If that happens, then great, but certainly for this season at least I'd see that as a huge assumption. Firstly there is no guarantee that results will go our way, but secondly even with the 2012-13 season where we reached the League One Play-Off Final, it was only in the last three or four games of that season that the club finally got a boost from crowds - the first half of that season had seen extraordinarily low crowds because of a hangover from the poor football in the season before. Even then, if people have stayed away for non-footballing reasons that is unlikely to change things.

In fairness to the club, they have - more recently, and therefore after fans made their Season Ticket decisions - taken a few small baby steps in terms of some of the matchday experience issues that have existed at Huish Park. Examples would include the ticket bundles, and the set-up of a mobile text number to report issues, along with a target not to run out of any produce - at least up until half time, instead of the frequent reports I have read on a weekly basis where fans have Tweeted or posted "Arrived at ground 2.10p.m. - no burgers" and things like that. But they will need to react to those text messages every week, and ensure that standards are raised and then kept there. And of course that's only one part of the equation - other fans will feel disenfranchised for reasons that are unrelated to whether they can get a burger before the game.

In addition, over the past year or two, the club have made it much easier to purchase a ticket (assuming you've decided you want one!) with the launch of a new ticketing system just over a year ago, meaning that Season Ticket Holders could renew online, whilst nocturnal creatures like myself could order day tickets at 2.00a.m. if the mood took me. That means the phone-based Ticket Office can concentrate on more complex seating requirements, or brand new punters. Whilst I expect fans would like prices to be lower, the actual ease of purchasing tickets is good and shows where the club have adapted well to the modern world. So it's not all bad, but other areas need to follow suit.

Overall, the top executive at the football club must use this figure as a wake-up call. Hiding behind excuses like 'school holidays' merely backfires because it's not credible. You can't carry on with the current attendance trends and expect to sustain League football. Nor can you expect fans to turn up unconditionally. The club has to create an honest open relationship with the club's supporters, particularly with the more noisy/critical ones, as clearly those will be the ones that you have either recently lost, or are on the verge of losing. No fan should be made to feel that they are in some way 'unloyal' or wrong to speak out. It's that culture that makes fans walk away. I don't think the club can afford another wave of that happening.


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Comments On This Article
Green Commuter said ...

Your article pretty much sums up my personal position. I bought my first season ticket in the early 90s and renewed every season up until this one. My buying decision was made even before last season ended - I became so disillusioned with the direction that the club had been going, the way it was being run, and the total disconnect between the hierarchy and the supporter base that I voted in the only way that I felt able. As my user name suggests I have often lived and/or worked away from Yeovil and would often end up doing ridiculous journeys at daft times of the day and night to attend matches. Since the 90s my three kids have all been season ticket holders for many of the years - now none of them go. I've seen far worse quality of football from the team in those early years (and before as I've been supporting since the early 70s) but then it always felt as though everyone was in it together. Now I'm picking my matches - no longer commit to the daft journeys - and judging by the attendances I'm not the only one. Everything feels so flat on a matchday - it's unbelievable how far we've dropped in just a few years.
11/09/2017 13:58:41

EDDIE HARDING said ...

I would like to see a break down of the season ticket sales by age groups . I have a theory that most season tickets are bought by the older life long supporters and as these sadly pass away are not being replaced by the younger generation .
11/09/2017 14:05:45

Bournemouth glover said ...

As a season ticket holder I was sufficiently encouraged by the first two home matches to entice a former supporter to attend the next game(Cheltenham) Suffice to say it back fired badly and he won't be back in a hurry! While we know there will be hic-ups along the way I cannot remember us being so outplayed by a fellow league side. If Cheltenham are relegation fodder where does that leave us. Performance is everything win or lose, anyone reading up on the game that didn't attend will need hell of a lot to convince them to return and will feel justified in not renewing their season tickets or match day ticket. Tuesdays attendance will be very interesting, a northern side in the mid-week will give clue to where we are going!
11/09/2017 14:59:08

Paul Binding said ...

Another well written article.
Will Fry and his cronies read, take note and actively do something about the situation ? I doubt it.
11/09/2017 15:02:18

Alan said ...

Spot on....again
11/09/2017 15:46:02

Gill Green said ...

As usual, a perceptive analysis which the club seem unable to make. Do they really expect the 1000 pay on the day to turn up on a dreary Tuesday night to watch Morecambe after Saturday's dreadful performance? I know several long term season ticket holders who couldn't be bothered to renew this time around and won't even be attending on a casual basis unless the quality of product vastly improves. The problem is easy to see: too much to pay for too little enjoyment, the solution more difficult but perversely a return to non league may be the answer (would still probably average 2000) and the club certainly have people in place to achieve that.
11/09/2017 15:46:10

Mark Budden said ...

I have never been a season ticket holder but have tried my best to attend as many home games ( and some away) as possible.A few years ago due to work/ finance I was lucky if I came to 2 games a season but now go to around 8 home and 8 away each season. Quality of opposition isn't particularly an issue as I come when I can. I am a firm believer in the fact that you support your team through thick and thin so I would never stop coming. I am worried about comments that we can't sustain league football with our current level of support, which I agree with but what can we do to bring folk back ( apart from winning more)
11/09/2017 16:06:43

David said ...

So it seems that we have two causes of the problem of falling gates: the standard of the football and the disconnect between the fans and those running the club. The first is at least partly caused by the lack of money. The quality of the players will inevitably be linked to the budget for those players which is, in the absence of a rich owner, linked to gates - a vicious circle. Fry and Way are right to say this. The second point though is totally addressable by the board. I think the club needs to get the fans it does have much more personally involved - invite them to meetings, offer them changes to help out on a voluntary basis, be fully honest and open about what is going on etc etc. That is the only way this, or any club of this size, can survive in the football league.
11/09/2017 16:29:28

Palm beach glover said ...

Note to club: If you have a product people don't like, they stop buying it.
11/09/2017 17:32:05

campaign4change said ...

Thank you for yet another excellent article. No doubt that your analysis is 100% right.
It seems clear - and has been for quite some time - that:
1. The owners display precious little respect for supporters
2. The owners show no sign of real intention to develop the club or the site in positive ways, or to halt the slide in footballing fortunes and keep the club in the Football League
3. The owners give no indication of selling or sharing power with possible new investors.
The point is - what are we going to do about it?
Are we going to act now or wait until we are fighting against relegation from the Conference South or facing a winding up order?
We need positive protest and a well focused campaign for fundamental change at the top of the club - ideally led by the Glovers Trust.
11/09/2017 18:19:11

Tony Jones said ...

An excellent, well researched article, Mr Taff. Perhaps the club officials will finally accept that thinking supporters ( there are many of us) demand transparency about the club's affairs. We are entitled to be well informed, even if the facts - as in this example - are uncomfortable. Thank goodness we have thoughtful campaigners - like Mr Taff - who aren't put off in their search for the truth. Why is this important? It's because supporters love this club through thick and thin. Thank you, Mr Taff.
11/09/2017 19:25:31

Johnny Lately said ...

Football is a luxury and wages have fallen against prices at the worst rate for 200 years. People are tightening their belts. If the team were performing well then people may stretch themselves to buy tickets, but otherwise people will cut back.
11/09/2017 19:40:09

Richard Parish said ...

Another excellent article and the club should seriously take note before more fans disappear or fans like me living in Northampton question if I really want to travel 163 miles each way to see Yeovil lose and finish about 20th in the table.
I have also said that I feel ticket prices are far to high, even as a pensioner I have to pay 18 pounds to watch Yeovil, out of interest I looked at ticket prices at Grimsby who Yeovil play on Saturday and being on the East side of the country like Northampton I thought about going ,the cost for a seated ticket at Grimsby for a pensioner is 11 pounds, I think the point is made, football for some people at Yeovil is becoming unaffordable especially when like me they have the choice of watching decent non league football in my case Conference North football for 8 pounds .
Yeovil higher management please take note before more fans walk away .
Richard Parish , Northampton .
11/09/2017 19:40:34

Will said ...

The culmination of a decade of chronic mismanagement since Jon Goddard-Watts sold his stake back to Norman Hayward. This is what happens when you continually fail to see that investing in your business is better than cutting costs to the quick. Severely limited investment in the playing squad, the stadium facilities, the customer experience (beer tent, tea bars, entertainment and so on) and building relationships with supporters and the local community leave us with a club only going one way.

Until Haywards and Fry are gone that is...
11/09/2017 22:05:40

andrew strickland said ...

Martin as ever a great incite, but the truth is plain to see, and every match's attendances tell the story. John Fry is the single responsible party to blame for our demise, as he holds the stewardship of the club in his hands. He has treated all true fan with contempt time after time, and as a result people will not watch his diatribe served up week after week.
I defend my view to the fullest, but the moment Fry walks away and leaves the club in a caring pair of hands, I and many fans will return. We can all appreciate that the playing coaching staff cost are directly impacted by the income stream, which essentially is around the critical home gates, so unless and until there is a pair of hands who cares, the Fry rot will just continue.
Watching my club die this season is like seeing an irresponsible land owner who ignores the bindweed infesting the club, and sadly however much Fry has achieved in the past, his personal style of management has poisoned YTFC to its very roots. I do not see us surviving this season, and that breaks my green and white heart.
12/09/2017 05:54:04

Norton Glover said ...

Your article is clear, precise and I doubt that many fans will disagree with your comments. Whilst I have personal concerns about our tactical nous on the pitch and our ability to recognise that our tactics need changing during a game , I think the majority of fans have enormous concerns with the running and leadership of the club. Too much emphasis and time has been spent fighting the council and planning department and clearly not enough time or emphasis on improving the team, match day experience or a direction to stop the current slide we have seen over the last few years. The board requires fresh faces and impetus ,with new ideas and goals to move us forward before our lost fans will be willing to make a return. If not then you only have to look at the plight of our poor old neighbours in Torquay and understand we could quite easily be heading in the same direction.
12/09/2017 06:10:22

Steve B said ...

Bit of a long winded analysis Taff. I may have missed any comment about purchasers age profile,but I think Eddie Harding has rightly drawn attention to it. I personally know of 4 long time season ticket holders who did not renew this season due to reasons of age and infirmity. Just cast your eye around the ground at the next match to check the ratio of oldies to youngsters and there might be a clue to the future of YTFC.
12/09/2017 08:44:27

glovergreen said ...

I have to agree with Richard Parish. As an exile myself, 250 mile seach way to Yeovil is not an easy prospect. The last few seasons we have done around 20 games a season (mainly away)and as I have now been to those grounds countless times, I am now limiting trips to those I have not been to. Also with the prospect of Nat League North on my doorstep for 140 for the season, I chose this route. I am now enjoying football again, not because of results, but I like to see effort and entertainment. It was not a problem in the Championship, the team tried hard and often lost, but since dropping and losing that squad, at least 50% of the team often look disinterested, making it often difficult to get behind them with gusto.

Why should I invest in my club if the owners show no interest in doing so? or indeed, attracting new supporters (or even 'winning' back those who are disillusioned). I will always be a glover, but the sheer contempt in which you are held if you minorly disagree with those in charge, is not conducive to a healthy fan relationship.

Things need to change or more and more will lose interest.
12/09/2017 10:34:17

Big Kev said ...

I have not got a season ticket this year which is the first season since we have been in the league. I will not get one until Way has gone. I have 4 friends who will do likewise. I understand it will cost, but so are the dwindling crowds. Last nights 2200 will be beaten by lower crowds several times before the end of the season. We get the same dribble from Way after each match and quite frankly its boring. If he loves the club as much as he claims he would walk away.
13/09/2017 09:20:53

kevin rogers said ...

I was a season ticket holder from mid seventies until 3 seasons ago, when the results and level of entertainment became too poor for me to justify the cost of a season ticket. I still visit via pay on day, but even that is getting less. Fans complain about lack of contact from owners, then think of us poor minor shareholders. No shareholder meetings anymore, and not once has a copy of accounts been sent to me since the formation of Yeovil Town Holdings, so what hope has `ordinary` fan got of being listened too. Your only hope is to vote with your feet and hope before we go bankrupt, Fry AND Hayward sale up and go.
13/09/2017 19:31:22

John Perry said ...

I tend to agree with everything that has been said. It's sad to say that having been season ticket holders for the best part of 20 years we did not renew this season. It's not the standard of football but the contempt shown to us by the managment and board. There is no longer any match day experience and the facilities are no better than when we were in the Conference.We were happy to be VP's and and enjoyed the social side but the club got greedy and this wasn't good enough despite thousands of pounds raised for the club.With the demise of the VP's the club then expected us to pay an extra 250 a year each to spend money in the bar. Utter madness! Forget the next generation of fans because if we wanted to take our grandson to a match it cost us 32 because there were no concessions in the premium seats despite there being plenty of empty seats around us raising no revenue.Could go on and on about this but learnt also today that students in full time education don't get concessions hence one more season ticket hasn't renewed because he is now 17. Finally having been ticket holders for 20 years I really can't understand why the Club haven't contacted us and everyone else and asked why we haven't renewed and then done something about it.
13/09/2017 20:55:37

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5/20/2012What Price A Striker?BadgerLink
5/13/2012The End Of Short-Termism?BadgerLink
4/30/2012The Waiting GameBadgerLink
4/23/2012All's Well That Ends WellBadgerLink
4/18/2012Decisions, DecisionsBadgerLink
4/12/2012When More Is LessBadgerLink
4/10/2012Mind The GapBadgerLink
2/1/2012Damp Squib Is No SurpriseBadgerLink
1/11/2012The First (Blades) Cut Is The DeepestBadgerLink
1/8/2012Dignity And Respect Needed For Management ChangeBadgerLink
12/18/2011The Future Of BBC Local RadioBadgerLink
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11/14/2011Hereford 0 Yeovil 3: Banana Skin Avoided But Another AwaitsBadgerLink
11/7/2011Chesterfield 2 Yeovil 2 : As You Were ThenBadgerLink
7/9/2010Football League Survey 2010 Detailed ResultsBadgerLink
6/25/2010Pressure Grows For League Sporting Sanctions To Be IncreasedBadgerLink
6/18/2010Making A Perfect PitchBadgerLink
6/9/2010Larrieu Signs New Deal To Set Up A Decade With PilgrimsBadgerLink
6/8/2010Summer Scrapped For Former Loan StarsBadgerLink
6/8/2010Wazza Speaks About Witheridge AppointmentBadgerLink
6/7/2010Wazza Back In BusinessBadgerLink
6/7/2010Stewart Planning Final Season Of Playing CareerBadgerLink
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5/14/2010Hearn Calls For Double Relegation For 'Cheating' ClubsBadgerLink
5/13/2010Football's Silly SeasonBadgerLink
5/10/2010Tears, Tantrums And Two-Bob ClubsBadgerLink
5/4/2010Levelling The Playing Field For Next SeasonBadgerLink
4/30/2010Fancy An Extra 217,000 Per Season? No Thanks!BadgerLink
4/28/2010Full Transparency For Football League Club Ownership?BadgerLink
1/10/2010The Big Freezes And How They Affected Yeovil TownBadgerLink
1/4/2010A Window Of Little Opportunity?BadgerLink
12/6/2009The Fastest Glovers In The WestBadgerLink
11/27/2009Chipping Away At Yeovil's Travel ProblemsBadgerLink
11/19/2009Tis The Season To Post LossesBadgerLink
10/8/2009Unmasking The Real Owners Behind Football ClubsBadgerLink
10/6/2009What A Difference A Gate MakesBadgerLink
7/6/2009The Worries Of Becoming A Small ClubBadgerLink
7/3/2009The Other Guy - Terry Skiverton In 1999BadgerLink
5/20/2009The North-South DivideBadgerLink
10/15/2007Premium Pricing Attendance Analysis : October 2007BadgerLink
3/13/2007The Effect Of Friday Night Football Upon AttendancesBadgerLink
2/1/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.10BadgerLink
1/30/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.9BadgerLink
1/27/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.8BadgerLink
1/26/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.7BadgerLink
1/25/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.6BadgerLink
1/16/2006 January Transfer Window Round-Up No.5BadgerLink
1/12/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.4BadgerLink
1/11/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.3BadgerLink
1/9/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.2BadgerLink
1/4/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.1BadgerLink
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