Attendance Table: Where Does Your Club Chart?

By Sam Elliott

We’re all taken in by attendances. Whether it’s checking to see if form is being met with a reaction through the gates or if it’s to check up on your rivals, we all like to see who is pulling in how many punters!

The turnstiles have certainly been clicking lately, so we thought it was about time we put our information into a table once again.

Tranmere Rovers still lead the way - but Wrexham are close behind.

The last few weeks have seen some fantastic crowds. A season high of 8,471 Watches those two go head-to-head at the Racecourse Ground last month.

There was also an incredible show of support at Hartlepool when they played the Dragons in January as nearly 7,000 watched on Pools Day.

The gates are only going to get bigger as we reach the season’s climax!

Vanarama National League attendance table:
1: Tranmere Rovers 5,086
2: Wrexham 4,589
3: Leyton Orient 4,393
4: Hartlepool United 3,615
5: Maidstone United 2,448
6: Aldershot Town 2,365
7: Sutton United 2,141
8: Woking 2,099
9: Eastleigh 2,016
10: Chester 1,884
11: Torquay United 1,815
12: FC Halifax Town 1,735
13: AFC Fylde 1,730
14. Macclesfield Town 1,586
15. Ebbsfleet United 1,545
16: Maidenhead United 1,520
17: Bromley 1,515
18: Dagenham & Red 1,492
19: Dover Athletic 1,466
20: Barrow 1,267
21: Guiseley: 957
22: Gateshead 934
21: Solihull Moors 838
24: Boreham Wood 699

Where next?

Middlesbrough`s Pattison Returns To Minstermen Midfielder Alex Pattison has joined York City on loan from SkyBet Championship side Middlesbrough until the end of the season.
Keates Predicts Plenty More Twists In Title Race Wrexham boss Dean Keates has told the club’s supporters to expect plenty of twists and turns in the remainder of the National League season.

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