Wests Tigers want a big crowd but will fans give the game the thumbs up?

Pat Richards acknowledges the crowd after victory during the round 6 NRL match between the Wests Tigers and the North Queensland Cowboys. Picture: Brett Hemmings/Getty Images
Pat Richards acknowledges the crowd after victory during the round 6 NRL match between the Wests Tigers and the North Queensland Cowboys. Picture: Brett Hemmings/Getty Images
Sitaleki Akauola of the Tigers (L) and David Nofoaluma of the Tigers (R) celebrate with fans after victory during the round 6 NRL match between the Wests Tigers and the North Queensland Cowboys. Picture: Brett Hemmings/Getty Images

Sitaleki Akauola of the Tigers (L) and David Nofoaluma of the Tigers (R) celebrate with fans after victory during the round 6 NRL match between the Wests Tigers and the North Queensland Cowboys. Picture: Brett Hemmings/Getty Images

Wests Tigers fans during the round 12 NRL Wests Tigers v North Queensland Cowboys game at Campbelltown stadium. Picture: Jonathan Ng

Wests Tigers fans during the round 12 NRL Wests Tigers v North Queensland Cowboys game at Campbelltown stadium. Picture: Jonathan Ng

WESTS Tigers have organised a week of events to celebrate and promote this Saturday night's game against the Brisbane Broncos.

With general admission tickets reduced to $10, the club is hoping for a bumper crowd to commemorate the anniversary of the joint venture's first game that was played against the Broncos in Campbelltown 15 years ago.

Events include an open training session and player appearances at Gearzone Macarthur Square.

The last time the Wests Tigers played at Campbelltown Sports Stadium — in round six against the Cowboys — the crowd number was a little over 6400 people.

So the question remains: will more fans turn up to support the club on Saturday night?

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