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SRU Let Viagogo Go

19 September 2017

The SRU have decided not to renew with Viagogo, their exclusive secondary ticketing partner after complaints that the platform is used by touts to inflate the price of tickets supplied directly from t...

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Glasgow Boast 5k Members For 2017-18

17 July 2017

Glasgow Warriors have now sold out their allocation of season tickets for next season, with more than 4,500 memberships snapped up to support the Scotstoun-based side. Season ticket sales have increas...

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Salford Needs To Double Home Support Base To Thrive

19 June 2017

Salford Red Devils owner, Marwan Koukash was interviewed by Sky’s Brian Carney this week on the subject of re-branding and moving home-base of the Super League team. “I’ve looked at the level of...

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EPCR Appoint Two Circles

6 June 2017

European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) have appointed data-driven sports marketing agency Two Circles to help grow and better engage with their audiences. The partnership plans to build foundations f...

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Booming Year For Premiership Attendances

17 May 2017 by Ian Field, Atomic Sport

The Aviva Premiership has had a booming year in 2016/17 with average attendances up 10.10% to 12,875 and average occupancy up 4.47% to 79.57% according to the latest findings of Atomic Sport. Wasps...

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Salford Fans Fear Outcomes Of Consultation Process

15 May 2017

Salford Red Devils fans and the larger community have been alarmed by the idea of wide-ranging changes for the club sparked by the commencement of a consultation process run by Robbie Hunter-Paul. Rum...

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