2007 Australian Football Code Crowds

2007 Australian Football Code Crowds

This is a comprehensive list of crowd figures for Australian football codes in 2007. It includes several different competitions and matches from the following football codes: Australian rules football, rugby league, football (soccer) and rugby union.

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2007 Australian Football Code Crowds - Attendances By Match
... Crowd Home team Score Away team Score Ground Competition Round 98,002 Geelong 13.14 (92) Collingwood 13.9 (87) MCG AFL Preliminary Final 97,302 Geelong 24.19 (163) Port ... AFL Round 7 36,354 Central Coast 0 Newcastle Jets 1 Sydney Football Stadium A-league Grand Final 36,221 Queensland Roar 2 Sydney FC 0 Suncorp Stadium A-league ... Melbourne 11.8 (74) AAMI Stadium AFL Round 17 23,450 Sydney FC 0 Queensland Roar 0 Sydney Football Stadium A-leagueeague Semi Final 23,354 Sydney 17.7 (109) Melbourne 8.12 (60) SCG AFL Round ...

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