The iFollow Latics stream subscriptions can now be shared for the final two months of the 2020/21 campaign.
The below figures are subject to final confirmation by the EFL but give an outlook on how the final weeks of the season panned out, with another slight decrease in the totals going into the last eight fixtures.
As always the collective numbers helped the club financially as the campaign remained behind-closed-doors.
|Team||Paying Subscriptions||Retention||ST Holder Access|
|Forest Green Rovers||295||340||693|
*The home figures are split by paying match passes and season ticket holder access as part of their package. Home clubs also retain the first 500 sold from the away side.
All clubs in the EFL on the iFollow system retain a large majority of the £10 paid, so in the current climate this was one of the biggest income streams to help the club function and compete financially.
In total, a profit of just over £200,000 was raised from iFollow Latics streaming passes this season.
Oldham Athletic would once again like to thank all supporters for their continued support through the online platform.
The club is waiting on confirmation from the EFL on what will happen for 2021/22 in terms of live streaming in the UK market for 3pm kick-offs, but more importantly are hopefully looking forward to eventually welcoming you back to Boundary Park in person.