The 2021-22 National League Season By Numbers

By Sam Elliott

It had twists and turns a plenty, with drama until the very end - but what are the facts and figures behind this brilliant National League season?

12,843 - Notts County’s attendance against Solihull Moors as they broke the National League record in November

30 - the number of National League games won by Stockport County. It was four more than any other club

10 - the number of goals scored by Solihull Moors’ Andrew Dallas in January

17 - the number of home games won by Pete Wild’s FC Halifax Town

1,386 - the number of National League goals scored this season

5 - the round of the FA Cup Boreham Wood reached as they gripped the nation with their stunning run

24 - the number of goals scored by Chesterfield’s striking sensation Kabongo Tshimanga before his season-ending ankle injury in February

8,644 - Wrexham’s average attendance, the best outside the EFL

39 - the number of goals jointly scored by Notts County attackers Ruben Rodrigues and Kyle Wootton

18 - the amount of games Stockport County’s incredible unbeaten National League run stretched to, before Grimsby Town stopped them in their tracks

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