Attendance Table: National League South Final Figures

By Tom Scott

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

Much like the title race, Torquay United just pipped Woking to top spot. The pair were the only two sides to break the 2,000 barrier.

Dulwich Hamlet threatened to overtake the Cards with their attendances taking a huge boost since their return to Champion Hill.

Dartford, Bath City and Billericay Town are the other three teams who welcomed over 1,000 fans on average.

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 South Attendance Table:

1. Torquay United 2,551
2. Woking 2,057
3. Dulwich Hamlet 1,860
4.Bath City 1,142
5. Dartford 1,134
6. Billericay Town 1,086
7. Chelmsford City 936
8.Wealdstone 902
9. St Albans City 841
10. Slough Town 783
11. Welling United 739
12. Chippenham Town 668
13. Weston-super-Mare 667
14. Hampton & Richmond Borough 609
15: Eastbourne Borough 586
16. Hemel Hempstead Town 533
17. Truro City 441
18. Concord Rangers 413
19. Oxford City 353
20. Gloucester City 341
21. Hungerford Town 324
22. East Thurrock United 320

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