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Full-season NBL24 memberships on sale in early May

06 Apr
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Sydney Kings' memberships for the NBL24 season will be on sale to new members on Wednesday, May 3, as the club aims for another massive campaign on and off the court.

Sydney Kings' memberships for the NBL24 season will be on sale to new members on Wednesday, May 3, as the club aims for another massive campaign on and off the court.

Initially, just full-season memberships will be available with partial memberships available later in the year - with there expected to be a heavy demand in both given the Kings' success over the past two seasons and the fact more than 1000 fans have registered interest in securing their spot.

That comes as little surprise to the club, as there has been huge growth in Kings membership over the last few seasons, especially as NBL23 was a record-breaking one for the club in many ways.


From securing their second-ever back-to-back titles to smashing NBL attendance records, the 2022-23 campaign of Chase Buford's side will be one to remember.

Further to that, the club recorded huge growth in its membership numbers, with them increasing by 20 per cent from the 2021-22 season.

That has helped the Hoops Capital club grow its membership base by 100 per cent over the past three seasons.

"There’s no doubt our championship success contributed to our growth last season but it's been a continuation of solid growth over the last five seasons, which has come from the Kings' delivery of an incredible game day experience, world-class venue and fantastic value for money which Sydney's game day offers members and fans," Hoops Capital CEO Sean Nicholls said.

Nicholls explained how none of the club's on-court would have been possible without its members.

"Kings members are the lifeblood of our success on and off the court and are never taken for granted," he said.

"They have stuck with us through thick and thin – some for more than 20 years and many during the dark times of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

"They are there for the wins and the losses and are always incredibly supportive."

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With the increased numbers and predicted huge demand for memberships in NBL24, Kings chairman and co-owner Paul Smith recently outlined the club's plans to limit spaces next season.

"At this point in time, we won’t have any new full-season diamond or platinum memberships available," Nicholls said.

"A limited number of gold full-season and partial memberships will also be available. 

"There will be a waitlist but existing full-season members will however be able to renew their memberships.

"In certain sections of the venue, we just have too much demand for membership which has meant we have run out of tickets to sell for certain games during the past season. 

"Capping membership will ensure we will have tickets to meet casual demand, these sell at a higher price than members' tickets which will mean that we’re able to generate more revenue from gameday which will be invested back into the Kings, Flames and Hoops Capital."


On the back of all this, the harbour city club is expecting an even bigger campaign in NBL24

"The trajectory of basketball is undeniably upward," Nicholls said.

"The NBL continues to outperform other sports in terms of growth in television ratings and attendance, with the Sydney Kings leading the league in that regard.

"We remain committed to delivering a very competitive roster playing a style of basketball that members and fans love.

"We expect NBL24 to break many records and the Sydney Kings game day experience will be second to none."

To ensure you don't miss any of the action, register your interest in an NBL24 membership now.


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