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« Reply #1720 on: December 15, 2019, 18:25:06 pm »

I think in the case of yesterday GPC it very close to Xmas, and awful weather. This IMO would have put a families off who normally use the East Stand. West Stand looked to have its usual (ish) amount  in from where I sit.
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« Reply #1721 on: December 15, 2019, 19:13:27 pm »

What strikes me is that the home fans total for the game yesterday was lower than the corresponding fixture last season.

Taking into account that Stevenage and FGR are similar opposition (nothing to get excited about), this season we are near the top of the league, had won our previous five home games, yet we attracted fewer fans than last season (played on Saturday 15th December) when we we had failed to win in 6 games and were 14th in the league.

I get that its nearly Christmas, people have other things to do etc, but a genuine question.......why have gates not reflected the improved performances, results, league standing etc?

Do you think that to the "stay-aways" its just the fact they don't want to watch fourth division football?


The difference is 21, less than 1/2%. Perhaps the question should be why are there not more people coming to the games? The bad weather probably played a part yesterday but I would suspect that unless we get into the top two or so then the floating watcher count is unlikely to change much. Mind you, how many season ticket holders are there this season? There can't be that many that pay on the day.
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« Reply #1722 on: December 15, 2019, 20:16:46 pm »


The difference is 21, less than 1/2%. Perhaps the question should be why are there not more people coming to the games? The bad weather probably played a part yesterday but I would suspect that unless we get into the top two or so then the floating watcher count is unlikely to change much. Mind you, how many season ticket holders are there this season? There can't be that many that pay on the day.


A look at the pictures in the match report from a year ago suggests the weather wasn't much better then!!

https://www.ntfc.co.uk/matches/fixtures/first-team/201819/december/northampton-town-vs-stevenage-on-15-dec-18/#

2000-2500 season ticket holders? Of course not all will turn up every game but take off the schoolkids, the VIP's, directors, officials and scouts, and of course the away fans.........there are still a "floating 1000" who are buying in advance or on the day. That's the market that needs to be grown this season.
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« Reply #1723 on: December 15, 2019, 20:27:59 pm »

The proximity of Christmas (family shopping) and generally naff weather) usually does knock attendances.
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« Reply #1724 on: December 16, 2019, 11:47:08 am »

What strikes me is that the home fans total for the game yesterday was lower than the corresponding fixture last season.

Taking into account that Stevenage and FGR are similar opposition (nothing to get excited about), this season we are near the top of the league, had won our previous five home games, yet we attracted fewer fans than last season (played on Saturday 15th December) when we we had failed to win in 6 games and were 14th in the league.

I get that its nearly Christmas, people have other things to do etc, but a genuine question.......why have gates not reflected the improved performances, results, league standing etc?

Do you think that to the "stay-aways" its just the fact they don't want to watch fourth division football?

Might have been already mentioned but surely the atrocious weather paid a part?
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« Reply #1725 on: December 16, 2019, 13:31:29 pm »

Is there stats available for how many times the visiting supporters took up their full allocation of tickets, including East stand overflow, for our two seasons in L1?

Subtract GPC's figures from the official attendances for those two seasons and you'll get somewhere close to knowing.
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« Reply #1726 on: December 16, 2019, 13:33:55 pm »

Subtract GPC's figures from the official attendances for those two seasons and you'll get somewhere close to knowing.

Are those official figures available on the club website?
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« Reply #1727 on: December 16, 2019, 13:36:29 pm »

Are those official figures available on the club website?
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« Reply #1728 on: December 16, 2019, 14:13:43 pm »

In the dark days of austerity it is difficult for a family of four (with kids over 7) to afford or justify £72 (£64 in advance) to attend a game.
£20 for 4 tickets to Vue etc. Football has long been trying to compete with many other forms of entertainment.
Unless you are an ardent fan, Sixfields has never really offered the greatest match day experience. I don't think it is just to do with League 2 football, it's about VFM.
No excuses for you beer swilling, football loving yobs who live with their parents though  Grin
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« Reply #1729 on: December 16, 2019, 18:18:58 pm »

Might have been already mentioned but surely the atrocious weather paid a part?

Do keep up.......look two posts above yours and see the pictures from the game last year.......
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« Reply #1730 on: December 16, 2019, 18:39:53 pm »

Is there stats available for how many times the visiting supporters took up their full allocation of tickets, including East stand overflow, for our two seasons in L1?


2016/17 away followings....

Fleetwood                             109(!)
AFC Wimbledon                     424
West Brom (League Cup)        1549
Wycombe (League Trophy)      74
MK Dons                                1469
Walsall                                   601
Man United (League Cup)        944 (away fans were only sold the South Stand for this game)
Southend                               770
Bristol Rovers                         997
Millwall                                  1019
Bury                                      282
Harrow Borough (FA Cup)        471
West Ham (League Trophy)      378
Peterborough United               1462
Bolton Wanderers                   1264
Rochdale                                261
Bradford City                         1067
Scunnthorpe                           499
Coventry City                         1463
Chesterfield                            452
Swindon Town                         423
Oldham Athletic                       257
Charlton Athletic                     1424
Port Vale                                  248
Oxford United                         1399
Sheffield United                      1456
Shrewsbury                             676
Gillingham                              1054

13 times the South Stand was filled to capacity and the overspill area opened up that season. Plus the Manchester United game when we could have sold many more "away" tickets than we did.
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« Reply #1731 on: December 16, 2019, 18:56:37 pm »

2016/17 away followings....

Fleetwood                             109(!)
AFC Wimbledon                     424
West Brom (League Cup)        1549
Wycombe (League Trophy)      74
MK Dons                                1469
Walsall                                   601
Man United (League Cup)        944 (away fans were only sold the South Stand for this game)
Southend                               770
Bristol Rovers                         997
Millwall                                  1019
Bury                                      282
Harrow Borough (FA Cup)        471
West Ham (League Trophy)      378
Peterborough United               1462
Bolton Wanderers                   1264
Rochdale                                261
Bradford City                         1067
Scunnthorpe                           499
Coventry City                         1463
Chesterfield                            452
Swindon Town                         423
Oldham Athletic                       257
Charlton Athletic                     1424
Port Vale                                  248
Oxford United                         1399
Sheffield United                      1456
Shrewsbury                             676
Gillingham                              1054

13 times the South Stand was filled to capacity and the overspill area opened up that season. Plus the Manchester United game when we could have sold many more "away" tickets than we did.

Thanks for this.  Smiley

So there aren't many occasions where the visiting team weren't fully accommodated one way or the other?

So, given the home tickets never sold out either during this period, I am struggling to see the case for extra capacity as discussed in the redev thread.
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« Reply #1732 on: December 16, 2019, 19:35:29 pm »


Thanks for this. Smiley
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« Reply #1733 on: December 16, 2019, 19:57:55 pm »

Thanks for this.  Smiley

So there aren't many occasions where the visiting team weren't fully accommodated one way or the other?

So, given the home tickets never sold out either during this period, I am struggling to see the case for extra capacity as discussed in the redev thread.

I don’t fully subscribe to that argument...there were many games when we were over 90% full, so the argument then would be that the only tickets left were in the wings of the North, or the front rows of the West let’s say....

It does not (IMO) necessarily mean that we didn’t sell out, just that we perhaps couldn’t offer good enough seats to cater for all fans. Also ease of buying tickets, more all ticket games, no pay on the day for a good many of those fixtures.

If we’d had 8000 home seats I reckon we’d have added a few hundred more home fans for games against Coventry, Sheffield United, Peterborough etc.

Going on raw figures it’s fair to say our home take up in league 2 is around 4500, and around 6000 in league 1....can only speculate what it would be in the Championship....10000 or so??
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« Reply #1734 on: December 16, 2019, 20:59:00 pm »

I don’t fully subscribe to that argument...there were many games when we were over 90% full, so the argument then would be that the only tickets left were in the wings of the North, or the front rows of the West let’s say....

It does not (IMO) necessarily mean that we didn’t sell out, just that we perhaps couldn’t offer good enough seats to cater for all fans. Also ease of buying tickets, more all ticket games, no pay on the day for a good many of those fixtures.

If we’d had 8000 home seats I reckon we’d have added a few hundred more home fans for games against Coventry, Sheffield United, Peterborough etc.

Going on raw figures it’s fair to say our home take up in league 2 is around 4500, and around 6000 in league 1....can only speculate what it would be in the Championship....10000 or so??

I would agree with L2 and L1 numbers but would anticipate more if in the championship. However, it probably ably demonstrates why, given recent history in both these lower divisions, we won't see any redevelopment in the near future.  Sad

The financial layout to increase to circa 10000 just won't get recouped through increased revenues.

Anyways, I am going off to put my lottery ticket on....

Can always hope?  Smiley
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Aug - Fleetwood   - 5048  - Sat         Aug - Fleetwood      - 5021 - Sat          Aug - Lincoln        - 4789 - Sat        Aug- Walsall         -4805 - Sat
Aug - Wimbledon - 4761  - Sat          Aug - Posh             - 5278 - Sat          Aug - Cambridge  - 4395 - Sat         Aug - Macclesfield - 4121- Sat                 
Aug - West Brom-  3967  - Tue (LC)   Aug - Cambridge      - 1310 - Tue (LT) Sep - Tranmere     - 4225 - Sat         Aug- Arsenal U21 - 1956 - Tue (LT)
Aug - Wycombe  -  1334  - Tue (LT)   Sep - Doncaster       -  5107 - Sat        Sep - Wycombe      - 897 - Tue (LT)  Aug- Plymouth     - 4244 - Sat     
Sep - MK Dons  -   5349  - Sun         Sep - Pompey         -  4702 - Tue         Sep - Cheltenham  - 4385 - Sat        Sep- Posh            - 1681 - Tue (LT)
Sep - Walsall     -  4937  - Sat          Sep - Bradford        -  5210 - Sat         Sep - Notts County - 4295 - Sat        Sep - Newport     - 4327 - Sat
Sep - Man Utd  -   6854  - Wed (LC)  Oct - Bristol Rovers -  5080 - Sat         Oct - Bury             - 3903 - Tues       Sep - Crawley      - 4888 - Sat
Sep - Southend -  5368  - Sat          Oct- AFC Wimbledon - 4805 - Sat         Oct - Forest Green  - 4839 - Sat         Oct - L Orient      - 4459 - Sat
Oct - Bristol R -    5645  - Sat          Oct - Blackpool        - 4842 - Sat          Oct - Oldham Ath.   - 4416 - Sat         Oct- Salford        - 4735 - Sat
Oct - Millwall      -  5889 - Sat          Nov - Scunny          - 2543 - Sat (FA)   Nov - Crewe           - 4732 - Sat         Oct- Cambridge   - 4527 - Sat
Oct - Bury        -   5457  - Sat          Nov - Southampton - 1065 - Tues (LT)  Nov - Fulham U21    - 1021 - Tue (LT) Nov - Crewe       - 4714 - Sat
Nov - Harrow     -  2935 - Sat (FA)    Nov - Scunny          - 4875 - Sat          Nov - Grimsby Town - 4896 - Sat       Nov - Grimsby     - 4614 - Sat
Nov - West Ham  - 573 - Tues (LT)    Nov - Bury             -  4640 - Sat          Dec - Stevenage      - 4416 - Sat       Dec - Notts C (FA)- 3448 - Sun
Nov - Pish         -  6213 - Sat           Dec - Walsall          -  4661 - Sat           Dec - Swindon         - 4918 - Tues     Dec - Forest Green- 4395 - Sat
Nov - Bolton      - 5754 - Sat            Dec - Blackburn     -  5096 - Sat           Dec - MK Plastics     - 5514 - Sat       Dec - Cheltenham - 4723 - Sun
Dec - Rochdale  - 4986 - Sat            Jan - Wigan            - 4817 - Mon          Jan - Bristol Rovers  - 1215 - Tues (LT) Jan - Stevenage - 4361 - Wed
Jan - Bradford   - 4964 - Mon           Jan - Southend       - 4703 - Sat           Jan - Carlisle United - 4391 - Sat
Jan - Scunny     - 5150 - Sat           Jan - MK Dons         - 6021 - Sat           Jan - Morecambe      - 4416 - Sat                   
Jan - Coventry   - 6080 - Sat           Feb - Rochdale        - 5261 - Sat           Feb - Colchester U    - 4391 - Sat
Feb - Spirerites     - 5372 - Sat        Feb - Gillingham     - 4704 - Tue           Feb - Crawley           - 4458 - Sat
Feb - Swindle       - 4671 - Tue        Feb - Oxford           - 5651  - Sat          Mar - Exeter City       - 4542 - Sat
Feb - Oldham       - 4429 - Tue        Mar - Rotherham    - 4753 - Sat            Mar - AFC Newport    - 3966 - Tue
Mar - Charlton     -  5694 - Sat        Mar - Shrewsbury   - 4173 - Tue            Mar- Port Vale           - 5251 - Sat
Mar - Vale           -  4564 - Tue        Mar - Charlton       - 5208 - Sat             Apr - Mansfield          - 4440 - Sat
Mar - Oxford        - 6035 - Sat        Apr - Plymouth      - 5416 - Sat              Apr - Macclesfield      - 4642 - Sat
Apr - Sheffield U   - 5969  - Sat       May - Oldham       - 5058 - Sat              Apr - Yeovil               - 4591 - Sat
Apr - Shrewsbury  - 5535  - Mon
Apr - Gillingham    - 5980 - Sun

Home League Attendance by season  2016/17  123,850 Ave 5385   2017/18  115,082  Ave 5004    2018/19  104,631   Ave 4549    2019/20  58.913  Ave 4532 (-0.37%)

After THIRTEEN home league games......2016/17 Average   5348
                                                           2017/18 Average   4933
                                                           2018/19 Average   4594
                                                           2019/20 Average   4532
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Aug - Fleetwood   - 5048  - Sat         Aug - Fleetwood      - 5021 - Sat          Aug - Lincoln        - 4789 - Sat        Aug- Walsall         -4805 - Sat
Aug - Wimbledon - 4761  - Sat          Aug - Posh             - 5278 - Sat          Aug - Cambridge  - 4395 - Sat         Aug - Macclesfield - 4121- Sat                 
Aug - West Brom-  3967  - Tue (LC)   Aug - Cambridge      - 1310 - Tue (LT) Sep - Tranmere     - 4225 - Sat         Aug- Arsenal U21 - 1956 - Tue (LT)
Aug - Wycombe  -  1334  - Tue (LT)   Sep - Doncaster       -  5107 - Sat        Sep - Wycombe      - 897 - Tue (LT)  Aug- Plymouth     - 4244 - Sat     
Sep - MK Dons  -   5349  - Sun         Sep - Pompey         -  4702 - Tue         Sep - Cheltenham  - 4385 - Sat        Sep- Posh            - 1681 - Tue (LT)
Sep - Walsall     -  4937  - Sat          Sep - Bradford        -  5210 - Sat         Sep - Notts County - 4295 - Sat        Sep - Newport     - 4327 - Sat
Sep - Man Utd  -   6854  - Wed (LC)  Oct - Bristol Rovers -  5080 - Sat         Oct - Bury             - 3903 - Tues       Sep - Crawley      - 4888 - Sat
Sep - Southend -  5368  - Sat          Oct- AFC Wimbledon - 4805 - Sat         Oct - Forest Green  - 4839 - Sat         Oct - L Orient      - 4459 - Sat
Oct - Bristol R -    5645  - Sat          Oct - Blackpool        - 4842 - Sat          Oct - Oldham Ath.   - 4416 - Sat         Oct- Salford        - 4735 - Sat
Oct - Millwall      -  5889 - Sat          Nov - Scunny          - 2543 - Sat (FA)   Nov - Crewe           - 4732 - Sat         Oct- Cambridge   - 4527 - Sat
Oct - Bury        -   5457  - Sat          Nov - Southampton - 1065 - Tues (LT)  Nov - Fulham U21    - 1021 - Tue (LT) Nov - Crewe       - 4714 - Sat
Nov - Harrow     -  2935 - Sat (FA)    Nov - Scunny          - 4875 - Sat          Nov - Grimsby Town - 4896 - Sat       Nov - Grimsby     - 4614 - Sat
Nov - West Ham  - 573 - Tues (LT)    Nov - Bury             -  4640 - Sat          Dec - Stevenage      - 4416 - Sat       Dec - Notts C (FA)- 3448 - Sun
Nov - Pish         -  6213 - Sat           Dec - Walsall          -  4661 - Sat           Dec - Swindon         - 4918 - Tues     Dec - Forest Green- 4395 - Sat
Nov - Bolton      - 5754 - Sat            Dec - Blackburn     -  5096 - Sat           Dec - MK Plastics     - 5514 - Sat       Dec - Cheltenham - 4723 - Sun
Dec - Rochdale  - 4986 - Sat            Jan - Wigan            - 4817 - Mon          Jan - Bristol Rovers  - 1215 - Tues (LT) Jan - Stevenage - 4361 - Wed
Jan - Bradford   - 4964 - Mon           Jan - Southend       - 4703 - Sat           Jan - Carlisle United - 4391 - Sat        Jan - Morecambe  - 4656 - Sat
Jan - Scunny     - 5150 - Sat           Jan - MK Dons         - 6021 - Sat           Jan - Morecambe      - 4416 - Sat                   
Jan - Coventry   - 6080 - Sat           Feb - Rochdale        - 5261 - Sat           Feb - Colchester U    - 4391 - Sat
Feb - Spirerites     - 5372 - Sat        Feb - Gillingham     - 4704 - Tue           Feb - Crawley           - 4458 - Sat
Feb - Swindle       - 4671 - Tue        Feb - Oxford           - 5651  - Sat          Mar - Exeter City       - 4542 - Sat
Feb - Oldham       - 4429 - Tue        Mar - Rotherham    - 4753 - Sat            Mar - AFC Newport    - 3966 - Tue
Mar - Charlton     -  5694 - Sat        Mar - Shrewsbury   - 4173 - Tue            Mar- Port Vale           - 5251 - Sat
Mar - Vale           -  4564 - Tue        Mar - Charlton       - 5208 - Sat             Apr - Mansfield          - 4440 - Sat
Mar - Oxford        - 6035 - Sat        Apr - Plymouth      - 5416 - Sat              Apr - Macclesfield      - 4642 - Sat
Apr - Sheffield U   - 5969  - Sat       May - Oldham       - 5058 - Sat              Apr - Yeovil               - 4591 - Sat
Apr - Shrewsbury  - 5535  - Mon
Apr - Gillingham    - 5980 - Sun

Home League Attendance by season  2016/17  123,850 Ave 5385   2017/18  115,082  Ave 5004    2018/19  104,631   Ave 4549    2019/20  63,569  Ave 4541 (-0.18%)
 
After FOURTEEN home league games......2016/17   75601  Average   5400
                                                           2017/18   68837  Average   4917
                                                           2018/19   64114  Average   4580
                                                           2019/20   63569  Average   4541
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« Reply #1737 on: January 18, 2020, 18:47:33 pm »

We are living in uncertain times, and it may well get worse. Clubs that recognise this, and cut their cloth accordingly, will be the survivors.

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« Reply #1738 on: January 23, 2020, 12:45:41 pm »

We”ll see about this tommorow
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2016/17                                          2017/18                                             2018/19                                          2019/20
Aug - Fleetwood   - 5048  - Sat         Aug - Fleetwood      - 5021 - Sat          Aug - Lincoln        - 4789 - Sat        Aug- Walsall         -4805 - Sat
Aug - Wimbledon - 4761  - Sat          Aug - Posh             - 5278 - Sat          Aug - Cambridge  - 4395 - Sat         Aug - Macclesfield - 4121- Sat                 
Aug - West Brom-  3967  - Tue (LC)   Aug - Cambridge      - 1310 - Tue (LT) Sep - Tranmere     - 4225 - Sat         Aug- Arsenal U21 - 1956 - Tue (LT)
Aug - Wycombe  -  1334  - Tue (LT)   Sep - Doncaster       -  5107 - Sat        Sep - Wycombe      - 897 - Tue (LT)  Aug- Plymouth     - 4244 - Sat     
Sep - MK Dons  -   5349  - Sun         Sep - Pompey         -  4702 - Tue         Sep - Cheltenham  - 4385 - Sat        Sep- Posh            - 1681 - Tue (LT)
Sep - Walsall     -  4937  - Sat          Sep - Bradford        -  5210 - Sat         Sep - Notts County - 4295 - Sat        Sep - Newport     - 4327 - Sat
Sep - Man Utd  -   6854  - Wed (LC)  Oct - Bristol Rovers -  5080 - Sat         Oct - Bury             - 3903 - Tues       Sep - Crawley      - 4888 - Sat
Sep - Southend -  5368  - Sat          Oct- AFC Wimbledon - 4805 - Sat         Oct - Forest Green  - 4839 - Sat         Oct - L Orient      - 4459 - Sat
Oct - Bristol R -    5645  - Sat          Oct - Blackpool        - 4842 - Sat          Oct - Oldham Ath.   - 4416 - Sat         Oct- Salford        - 4735 - Sat
Oct - Millwall      -  5889 - Sat          Nov - Scunny          - 2543 - Sat (FA)   Nov - Crewe           - 4732 - Sat         Oct- Cambridge   - 4527 - Sat
Oct - Bury        -   5457  - Sat          Nov - Southampton - 1065 - Tues (LT)  Nov - Fulham U21    - 1021 - Tue (LT) Nov - Crewe       - 4714 - Sat
Nov - Harrow     -  2935 - Sat (FA)    Nov - Scunny          - 4875 - Sat          Nov - Grimsby Town - 4896 - Sat       Nov - Grimsby     - 4614 - Sat
Nov - West Ham  - 573 - Tues (LT)    Nov - Bury             -  4640 - Sat          Dec - Stevenage      - 4416 - Sat       Dec - Notts C (FA)- 3448 - Sun
Nov - Pish         -  6213 - Sat           Dec - Walsall          -  4661 - Sat           Dec - Swindon         - 4918 - Tues     Dec - Forest Green- 4395 - Sat
Nov - Bolton      - 5754 - Sat            Dec - Blackburn     -  5096 - Sat           Dec - MK Plastics     - 5514 - Sat       Dec - Cheltenham - 4723 - Sun
Dec - Rochdale  - 4986 - Sat            Jan - Wigan            - 4817 - Mon          Jan - Bristol Rovers  - 1215 - Tues (LT) Jan - Stevenage - 4361 - Wed
Jan - Bradford   - 4964 - Mon           Jan - Southend       - 4703 - Sat           Jan - Carlisle United - 4391 - Sat        Jan - Morecambe  - 4656 - Sat
Jan - Scunny     - 5150 - Sat           Jan - MK Dons         - 6021 - Sat           Jan - Morecambe      - 4416 - Sat       Jan - Derby C (FA) - 6359 - Fri                 
Jan - Coventry   - 6080 - Sat           Feb - Rochdale        - 5261 - Sat           Feb - Colchester U    - 4391 - Sat
Feb - Spirerites     - 5372 - Sat        Feb - Gillingham     - 4704 - Tue           Feb - Crawley           - 4458 - Sat
Feb - Swindle       - 4671 - Tue        Feb - Oxford           - 5651  - Sat          Mar - Exeter City       - 4542 - Sat
Feb - Oldham       - 4429 - Tue        Mar - Rotherham    - 4753 - Sat            Mar - AFC Newport    - 3966 - Tue
Mar - Charlton     -  5694 - Sat        Mar - Shrewsbury   - 4173 - Tue            Mar- Port Vale           - 5251 - Sat
Mar - Vale           -  4564 - Tue        Mar - Charlton       - 5208 - Sat             Apr - Mansfield          - 4440 - Sat
Mar - Oxford        - 6035 - Sat        Apr - Plymouth      - 5416 - Sat              Apr - Macclesfield      - 4642 - Sat
Apr - Sheffield U   - 5969  - Sat       May - Oldham       - 5058 - Sat              Apr - Yeovil               - 4591 - Sat
Apr - Shrewsbury  - 5535  - Mon
Apr - Gillingham    - 5980 - Sun

Home League Attendance by season  2016/17  123,850 Ave 5385   2017/18  115,082  Ave 5004    2018/19  104,631   Ave 4549    2019/20  63,569  Ave 4541 (-0.18%)
 
After FOURTEEN home league games......2016/17   75601  Average   5400
                                                           2017/18   68837  Average   4917
                                                           2018/19   64114  Average   4580
                                                           2019/20   63569  Average   4541
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