Crowd Pleasers! Saturday’s National League Attendances

By Sam Elliott

We all enjoy a spot of attendance watching after the results come in every Saturday.

That’s why we make sure we’ve got the latest crowd stats and facts for you every Monday following the weekend’s action!

It was another programme packed full of high gates with eight grounds seeing +2,000 take in the action.

Bryan Hughes’ first game in charge of Wrexham drew 5,366 while Chesterfield’s new manager lift saw 4,523 head for the Proact.

Meanwhile Dulwich Hamlet’s return to Champion Hill continues to pull in the punters - not far off 2,500 saw Gavin Rose’s team win against Welling United.

But what were Saturday’s top ten crowds?

This weekend’s Top 10 attendances:
1.Wrexham v Dagenham 5,366
2.Chesterfield v FC Halifax 4,523
3.Hartlepool v Leyton Orient 3,297
4.Dulwich Hamlet v Welling 2,353
5.FC United v Altrincham 2,215
6.York City v Ashton 2,105
7.Aldershot v Eastleigh 2,096
8.Maidstone United v AFC Fylde 2,033
9.Kidderminster v Chester 1,769
10.Woking v East Thurrock 1,613

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