Millwall Football Club has been suffering from poor attendance figures for decades. Today, ELL starts a three-part series – Lost Lions: where are Millwall’s fans? – looking into the reasons Millwall can’t fill their stadium, what is driving their fans away, and how they are trying to get them back.
Today, in the first part of our series we look at Millwall’s ticket prices and whether or not they are to blame for poor match-day attendance. And if you think £333 is too much to pay for a season ticket, use our infographic to find some cheaper alternatives.
In day two of the series, we look at Millwall’s infamous reputation for hooliganism, and ask if fear keeps fans away – or is it simply that Millwall fans are tired of their team’s poor performance? Are you part of the problem? Take our quiz to see if you are a loyal supporter or a fickle fan.
In day three of the series, we visit The Den on match day to explore what Millwall are doing to attract fans and how they are giving back to the community.
So is the Den half-full, or half-empty? Read our three-part series Lost Lions: where are Millwall’s fans? and follow #LostLions on Twitter to find out …