Storm breaks membership record
Melbourne Storm has today broken its membership record for the third consecutive season, eclipsing last year’s total to have signed 15,245 members.
The current tally of 15,245 passes last year’s total of 15,020 and brings the Club closer to achieving its goal of 17,000 members by the end of the season.
This season’s record has seen growth in all reserved seat categories and over a 60% increase in Storm’s Club House product offer which includes corporate seating, childcare facilities and access to the social club post-match.
Storm’s young brigade of members is also thriving with over 400 juniors in attendance at the annual Billy’s Buddies clinic in April, with similar clinics planned for QLD and NSW.
Ben Hampton, Jordan McLean, George Rose, Dayne Weston and Mitch Garbutt celebrate record membership.
Melbourne Storm CEO Mark Evans acknowledged the commitment of loyal members for helping the Club reach the milestone.
“It’s a significant achievement for the Club to have reached record membership and emphasises the support and commitment of Melbourne Storm fans,” Evans said.
“We thank every member who has signed-up this season and encourage the fans that haven’t committed yet to Fan Up and get on board.”
The newest addition to Storm’s membership, the Quad Pass, allows fans to support the team at any four of the remaining six home games at AAMI Park. For $85 for adults and $25 for juniors it presents great value to join the Melbourne Storm team, with some important matches still to come in Melbourne against the Roosters, Eels, Bulldogs and Broncos.