Record amount of season ticket holders

Recordaantal abonnees

Despite a disappointing 11th place last season, there have never been as many supporters with an abo - a season ticket - in the last 10 seasons as there are today. Supporters express their love for Sporting now more than ever. The new subscription model also contributes to the record number.

The previous record dates from the 2013-2014 season. After three consecutive titles, with consistent Champions League football and with Aleksandar Mitrović, Youri Tielemans and Golden Boot Dennis Praet in a starring role.

Love over success

The season of the 33rd title was the season in which RSC Anderlecht had the most season ticket holders. When sporting success subsequently declined, commercial success also declined. Resulting in fewer season tickets and declining ticket sales.

This trend has reversed in recent seasons. In 2023, the Lotto Park was completely sold out for 19 of the 22 home games. More than ever, supporters connect with what Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht stands for. With an identity and a culture that connects off the field, beyond sporting results on the field.

Renewed subscription model

The record number of abo's after a complex season on the pitch reflects the loyalty of our fans. And the new subscription model also contributes to growth.

RSCA was the first club in Belgium to introduce a new model that allows supporters to join at any time during the season and become a season ticket holder for a whole year. Starting this season, season ticket holders can also choose to pay monthly — as they are used to from streaming services such as Spotify and Netflix.

Lots of atmosphere and more young supporters

The monthly subscription plan mainly appeals to a young audience. Season ticket holders aged between 16 and 26 are twice as likely to choose the monthly plan. Supporters also appreciate the evolution of the stadium experience and rate the experience in the Lotto Park with a score of 4.7/5 (December 2023 survey of more than 4,000 abos and ticket holders).

Be there

RSCA has stopped selling season tickets for this season. The club also wants to offer supporters who can attend less frequently the opportunity to attend matches and experience the atmosphere in the Lotto Park.

Fans with a Mauve+ Silver or Mauve+ Gold membership always have ticket priority before the start of the open sales. The priority period for the home matches against Union, Gent, STVV and Eupen starts tomorrow, Tuesday, January 9 at 10 am.

Fans who wants to become a season ticket holder for next season can register now here. Supporters who register will be placed on a waiting list and will be the first to have the opportunity to take up vacant places from existing abos at the end of this season.

Seaston ticket holders who cannot attend one of the upcoming home games can put their place up for sale via RSCA Resale. You can read all about that here.