Attendance Table: National League North Standings

By Sam Elliott

We're into the last month of the season - so how are the crowds stacking up?

We'e taken a close looks at the attendances in the National League North, averaging out the numbers coming through the turnstiles throughout the season and putting them all into table form.

Stockport County still lead the gate race with nearly 4,000 watching most weeks - and they're 1,331 up on the nearest challenger.

York City are in second with around 2,500 turning up at Bootham Crescent on average, while Hereford's first season back has seen them pack 2,323 inside Edgar Street.

Their average could rocket - they're welcoming Stockport and an excepted 700 away fans on Saturday.

Where does your club come in the Attendance Table?

National League North Attendance Table:
1. Stockport County 3,809
2. York City 2,478
3. Hereford 2,323
4.FC United of Manchester 1,951
5. Chester1,815
6. Kidderminster Harriers 1,620
7.Darlington 1,409
8. AFC Telford United 1,360
9. Chorley 1,359
10: Altrincham 1,241
11. Boston United 1,117
12. Southport 1,080
13. Spennymoor Town 814
14. Blyth Spartans 778
15. Guiseley 777
16. Leamington676
17. Nuneaton Borough 640
18. Brackley Town 592
19. Alfreton Town 529
20. Bradford (Park Avenue) 517
21. Curzon Ashton 479
22. Ashton United 358

Where next?

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