Attendance Table: National League South Standings

By Sam Elliott

We all know big crowds don’t automatically mean prizes, but it’s always interesting to keep tabs on the the size of the gates across the leagues.

It’s always fascinating to see at what speed the turnstiles are clicking with most clubs five home games into the new campaign.

Throughout the season we will be bringing you a rundown of the latest attendances and putting the stats into table form.

Woking were worried what relegation to the National League South would bring.

So far so good - they are top of both tables! Over 1,700 on average come to see their homes games, with Torquay close behind in second. Can they last the pace?

Billericay are in third and there’s four teams watched by four-figure crowds with Dartford also going well through the gates again this year.

National League South average attendances:
1.Woking 1,709
2.Torquay United 1,641
3.Billericay Town 1,216
4.Dartford 1,058
5.Slough Town 920
6.Wealdstone 891
7.Chelmsford City 874
8.Dulwich Hamlet 842
9.Bath City 836
10.Welling United 658
11.Eastbourne Borough 634
12.Hemel Hempstead 611
13.Weston-s-Mare 585
14.St Albans City 580
15.Chippenham Town 546
16.Hampton & RB 527
17.Concord Rangers 481
18.Oxford City 398
19.Gloucester City 381
20.Hungerford Town 359
21.East Thurrock United 331
22.Truro City 203

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