Warriors Set 12 Year Crowd High

Wigan Warriors have set an average attendance of 14,464 during 2006 to set a new 12-year high.

The Warriors gross attendance for the season was 202,492 giving the highest average since the 1993/94 season when 14,398 was recorded.

The Warriors also significantly contributed to the new highest weekly average attendance record set by all clubs in engage Super League.

The average weekly attendance at the conclusion of the 28 Rounds of the Regular season stands at 9,026, generated by an aggregate attendance of 1,516,342 supporters. Those figures are an increase on the previous season, which generated an average of 8,887.

The lowest Warriors crowd of the season was 11,250 when Catalans Dragons were the visitors, with the highest crowd in attendance when St Helens visited the JJB Stadium (18,358).

Head Coach Brian Noble said:

"I would like to thank our fantastic supporters who have been like a 14th man for us at times.

"It's been freakish in many respects. They have enjoyed it in a sick way and I hope it's a catalyst for next season."

Warriors 2007 season tickets are now on sale with more details available by [clicking here].

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