Vanarama National League South Attendance Table

1 week ago By Sam Elliott

Here we take our regular look at the crowds in the National League - and the South has come under scrutiny.

There was a plus-thousand gate at Wealdstone and they had to wait until the final minute of the match to see a goal!

The Stones beat Hungerford 1-0 and most of the 1,021 went home happy - but it wasn’t the only impressive gate recorded.

Bath City had a big crowd of 927 against East Thurrock as Jerry Gill’s team won for the first time under hs charge. Chelmsford City were watched by 977 - nearly 150 more than they average at Melbourne. They couldn’t cheer a win - the Clarets went down 2-1 to struggling Oxford City.

There was a similar positive hike at Havant & Waterlooville. Despite iffy home form, 886 watched the Hawks draw 1-1 with Hemel Hempstead.

There were a lot of gates given that beat the average. Bognor Regis were up nearly 100, even though their form isn’t good.

Welling United had 636 against Concord Rangers, around 130 up on their usual, and they saw a classic - 3-3 it finished at Park View Road.


Vanarama National League South attendance table:
1: Dartford 908
2: Wealdstone 892
3: Chelmsford City 864
4: Havant & W 768
5: St Albans 738
6: Bath City 700
7: Bognor Regis 680
8: Chippenham 600
9: Braintree T 535
10: Eastbourne 532
11: Welling United 531
12: Weston-S-Mare 518
13: Truro City 490
14: Hampton & RB 458
15: Hemel Hempstead 426
16: Poole Town 393
17: Gloucester City 328
18: East Thurrock United 318
19: Hungerford Town 275
20: Concord Rangers 261
21: Whitehawk 249
22: Oxford City 236

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