Port Vale has received the EFL Digital Revenue Report for the 2020/21 season – highlighting the fantastic support the Valiants received from supporters during a full season behind-closed-doors…
In total, the Club earned £270,983.75 of Net Revenue from EFL Digital, which was in the Top 7 of all clubs competing in Sky Bet League Two.
More than 93% of the revenue earned came from UK iFollow Match Passes, with 38,569 UK Match Passes sold across the season, in addition to 560 International Match Passes and 69 International Season Passes.
The Club would again like to thank Season Ticket holders who made vital contributions to the club during a period when Port Vale was receiving no match day or hospitality revenue.
A total of 4,100 season tickets were issued ahead of the 2020/21 season, with 3,129 streaming at least one game and many fans watching together in household bubbles.
An average number of 1,941 Season Ticket holders tuned in for each home game at Vale Park, with a cumulative number of 44,648 streaming games over the course of the season.
With many Season Ticket holders watching games together where permitted, these numbers, in reality, are much higher.
While you could not be with us in person throughout the campaign, your support was invaluable at a time when the club was extremely financially-challenged.
Ahead of the July 31 Early Bird deadline the club is delighted to announce that more than 3,250 season tickets have already been purchased ahead of the 2021/22 Sky Bet League Two season.
Everyone at Port Vale would like to thank supporters for their unwavering commitment to the club.
We can’t wait to see you back at Vale Park to give a proper Burslem welcome to Darrell Clarke and his squad.