This is a professional sporting event, not a backyard wedding concert.
To have a crowd this small, two things must be pointed out:
1. The team is doing a lousy job of promoting itself.
2. The league is also doing a less-than-stellar job promoting its teams.
A crowd of 516 was in the building for the HeatDevils' series-opening loss on Saturday.
Takamatsu, which fell to 0-8 by losing on Sunday, had 484 spectators in the house for its loss to Miyazaki.
There were 529 fans in the building to see a battle of two winless teams on Saturday, and the visiting Shining Suns prevailed by 19 points.
In the Five Arrows' eight losses to date, here's how many points they have lost by: 19, 20, 7, 38, 15, 15, 19 and 23.
It's time to either shake up the roster or make a coaching change. Five Arrows first-year head coach Kenzo Maeda's team is not producing results. It's a long season and the Shikoku club must improve immediately or suffer through its third straight miserable season