GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 26: Cats fans celebrates a goal during the round 23 AFL match between the Geelong Cats and the Greater Western Sydney Giants at Simonds Stadium on August 26, 2017 in Geelong, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

In a season where Geelong is humming along on the field, the club is also thriving off the field, breaking it's all-time membership record in 2022.

A record high-water mark of 70,758 members now stands at GMHBA Stadium, up from 70,293 members in 2021, with the club breaking its record for a ninth consecutive season.

Support for the club has seen exponential growth amongst the club's AFLW team with 3,926 members on board with member increases across Australia seeing Geelong become one of the top four highest rating numbers for membership.

Within a statement released from their Kardinia Park headquarters, The Pivot City side also holds hopes of broaching the barrier of 100,000 paid-up patrons by 2025.

As a prize for their commitment and unrelenting support, a wide range of activities and celebrations are planned when the side plays its final home game at GMHBA Stadium against the West Coast Eagles on Saturday evening.

Geelong Chief Operating Officer Simon Kelleher has thanked all members and supporters for helping the club this season.

"It's been wonderful seeing our members back at GMHBA Stadium and the MCG. We haven't taken for granted the support and loyalty of our members during a challenging two seasons," Kelleher said.

"We will now set ourselves for the Finals campaign for the men's season and the start of AFLW Season 7.

"Our entire club, players and staff can't thank our members enough for their support and we look forward to seeing as many of them at our opening women's game at GMHBA Stadium on Sunday 28 August."

Geelong ranks seventh for members this season, behind the ilk of Hawthorn, Essendon, Carlton, Collingwood, Richmond and West Coast.