Whilst it is still unknown as to when fans will be able to begin to return to stadiums, iFollow has proved a valuable source of income for the club.
For home League games, City receive around 80% of the match pass fee with the rest going to pay for the service.
For away League games, the home Club keeps the money from the first 500 away supporters but anything over this number is paid to the away Club, so it does directly benefit the Grecians if significant numbers of our supporters pay to watch away games on iFollow.
The sales figures for City's league matches so far can be found below, it's very positive to see the number are increasing, with Saturday's match away at Bradford City gaining 867 subscribers (367 of these going to City).
Season ticket holders were given the option to use iFollow, and around 680 have taken this up.
So, we encourage any City supporter that hasn't already to try the service, as especially for home matches as you'll be sending valuable income to your club whilst the turnstiles remain shut.
- Salford City (A): 522
- Port Vale (H): 370 (+680 ST holders and +first 500 away)
- Mansfield Town (A): 430
- Cambridge United (H): 424 (+680 ST holders +first 500 away)
- Southend United (A): 582
- Walsall (A): 491
- Crawley Town (H): 378 (+680 ST holders +171 away)
- Scunthorpe United (H): 433 (+680 ST holders +284 away)
- Leyton Orient (A): 596
- Carlisle United (H): 400 (+680 ST holders +first 500 away
- Morecambe (A): 597
- AFC Fylde (H): 781 (Split 50/50 due to FA Cup rules)
- Bradford City (A): 867
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