ONN – Women Go To NFL Games As Much As Men, And Bring Babies Too
Spotted while watching the Atlanta Falcons at Minnesota Vikings game was a woman in the stands changing her babies diaper. Then, as my Mom, who loves to watch NFL Football, noted, most of the people in the TV frame were women.
According to the National Football League, in 2017 women made up 45 percent of the fan base. But what is not considered in the report is how many bring their kids and even babies to games.
Watching the woman change her baby in full public view brings up another question: how many stadiums have changing tables? Finding an answer to that question online proved difficult. But locating complaints that point to a need for reform was easy.
The NFL should have a per city stated and searchable page on where to go in each stadium to change a baby. That’s one way to secure a younger fan base.
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