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How often to you watch your favourite sports at sporting venues?

by Happy Mom (follow)
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Watching a favourite sporting event is a totally different experience when experienced in the venue itself, being watched live.

How often do you get to visit sporting venues for your favourite sports?

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I don't like watching sport, and even if I did, I wouldn't want to see it live for several reasons:

1. The cost of tickets
2. The effort to travel there
3. The crowds
4. The noise
5. The likely hood of an obscured view because of the person in front of me.
All you have listed is the reason why I would not go
and never have.
by jonaja
by Miro
Never been to a sporting venue in my life, and I have had a looong life!
I'm not a big fan of spectator sports and have actually never, ever been to a big sporting event at a major venue. Those sports stadiums are immense, though, so I can imagine it must be an incredible experience.
I go as frequently as I can because the thrill of watching live sports at the venue is so much greater than watching the same event on TV. But the cost of going can be a hindrance.
Very rarely. We used to go to State of Origin each year but in recent years decided we see more of the game on TV. Now a group of us all go to a friends to watch the game together and it's much more fun. Have been going to the Brisbane International tennis since it started and love doing that each year.
About once a month, either AFL, ice hockey or roller derby...occasionally something else thrown into the mix...
Not anymore, once they made attendance at these events beyond the reach of families is when I decided to boycott. We are in a financial position where we can afford to attend but that is not the point. The point of sport is to provide motivation and stimulation to the upcoming youth, and if you make it out of the financial reach of normal families then you have turned it into the pursuit of the exclusive. Ergo not my cup of tea.
by Vee
That's a...NEVER! The closest I get to doing that, is taking the grand-children to the kids park on the other side of the road near the MCG car park.
by Miro
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