Crowd Pleasers! The Top Attendances From The Weekend

8 months ago By Sam Elliott

It wasn’t just a weekend that it rained goals across the National League’s divisions.

Nearly 100 hit the net in total in 31 matches as the entertainment flowed - the goal-getters certainly picked the right day to find their shooting boots!

That’s because we saw a season-best crowd of nearly 8,500 at a sold out Racecourse Ground in a derby game between Wrexham and Tranmere Rovers. Four goals and plenty of drama was on offer for the supporters - and it wasn’t the only great crowd.

Not far off 6,000 , including 1,200 travelling Aldershot fans, were at Leyton Orient to see the Shots pile the pressure on Macclesfield.

Two of the National League North’s big clubs collided and there was 4,407 there to see Stockport County beat York City 2-0.

Both just missed out on the top ten gates from the weekend but a special mention for Macclesfield v Torquay United and Maidenhead United v Chester as both games pulled in an identical 1,510.


Top 10 National League attendances this weekend:

Wrexham v Tranmere Rovers 8,471
Leyton Orient v Aldershot 5,728
Stockport County v York City 4,407
Dover Athletic v Guiseley 2,357
Dagenham & Red v Solihull Moors 2,217
Eastleigh v Hartlepool 2,153
FC United v Curzon Ashton 2,140
Kidderminster v Southport 1,968
Woking v AFC Fylde 1,856
Bromley v FC Halifax 1,524

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