The club’s record attendance at Liberty Way could be smashed on Saturday.
County know a win will secure the National League North title - and their fans will follow them in huge numbers to the Midlands.
It is said that more than 3,000 could come down from Stockport to see them try and win promotion - they have sold out their online allocation.
Nuneaton’s average crowds this year stand at just over 600.
The record gate at Nuneaton is 3,480 - and that is likely to be broken on the title deciding weekend.
County must match Chorley’s result at home to play-off chasing Bradford Park Avenue to seal the title.
Manager Jim Gannon said: “My job is to keep the lads focused now. No-one's celebrating or thinking the job's done. We have to be professional this week.
“Chorley have been incredible this season, there's so many teams who have invested and not seen the fruits of it.
“What we've done well is invest smart and work hard
“It's just business as usual this week. It's a unique position to be in, to be in a position to go on and be champions.”