AS CARLTON strives to surge up the ladder and to 75,000 in 2020, its faithful has reached yet another milestone in record time.
This time, it’s 60,000 members before a ball has even been bounced in the 2020 Toyota AFL Premiership Season.
The earliest Carlton has surpassed the 60,000-mark previously is 1 May (2019).
Now, the Club is eyeing off last year’s all-time membership record of 64,269.
The Blues are looking to break the record before they open the season against Richmond in 27 days’ time.
After a monumental 2019 for the Carlton fanbase which saw record growth in membership and home game attendance, 2020 is looking to be no different with the Club 9,353 members up compared to this day last year.
Of the 60,546 already on board for 2020, almost 10,000 have seen the resurgence unfolding and joined for the first time: the excitement is real.
Over 50,000 have continued their commitment from last season: the support is like no other.
Less than four weeks until the Blues and Tigers do battle at the home of football, the 75,000 milestone Carlton set its sights on during the off-season remains very much in reach.
But it’s going to take All of Us.