Attendance Table: National League North Final Figures

By Sam Elliott

The crowds came out in force this season - but who pulled the most supporters through the turnstiles in the National League North?

A lot like the title race, Stockport County topped the table - but unlike the battle for the championship it wasn’t a close run thing!

The Hatters attracted more than 1,500 more than anyone else last term, with over 6,000 watching on two occasions at Edgeley Park.

Second were York City, with newcomers Hereford just behind - with improved fortunes on the pitch, how many could be watching those sides next season?

It was a record breaking season for crowds across the three divisions.

Here is who came where as we tally up the gates and put them into table form.

National League North Attendance Table:

1. Stockport County 4,002
2. York City 2,500
3. Hereford 2,367
4.FC United of Manchester 1,943
5. Chester 1,838
6. Chorley 1,650
7. Kidderminster Harriers 1,602
8.Darlington 1,391
9. AFC Telford United 1,352
10. Altrincham 1,244
11. Boston United 1,105
12. Southport 1,071
13. Spennymoor Town 859
14. Blyth Spartans 801
15: Nuneaton Borough 799
16. Guiseley 794
17. Leamington 666
18. Brackley Town 645
19. Alfreton Town 534
20. Bradford (Park Avenue) 525
21. Curzon Ashton 449
22. Ashton United 362

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