North's Attendance Table: Where Does Your Club Chart?

By Tom Scott

The race for National League North top spot might be wide open but what about the Attendance Table?

Over half the league are averaging over 1,000 fans per game this season so far - but what lies behind that number?

Hereford fans have been more than loyal this season despite their less than perfect form. An average of 2,341 supporters have pitched up at Edgar Street this season.

Stockport County are one of the league's form sides and their fan numbers reflect that - Jim Gannon's men getting over 3,000 bums on seats and actually have the sixth best average in the entire National League.

There's not much to pick between the previous leaders with just a few hundred fans separating Chester, Kidderminster Harriers and Chorley.

National League North Attendance Table:
1. Stockport County 3,195
2. York City 2,447
3. Hereford 2,341
4. Chester1,819
5. FC United of Manchester 1,814
6.Kidderminster Harriers1,660
7. Darlington 1,457
8.Chorley 1,448
9. AFC Telford United 1,387
10: Altrincham 1,149
11. Boston United 1,138
12. Southport 1,034
13. Spennymoor Town 873
13. Guiseley 719
15. Leamington694
16. Blyth Spartans 665
17. Nuneaton Borough 602
18. Brackley Town 562
19. Bradford (Park Avenue) 532
20. Alfreton Town516
21. Curzon Ashton 510
22. Ashton United 296

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