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National League North Final Averages Attendances for 2018/19

National League North Final Averages Attendances for 2018/19 Revealed

The National League North was won by Stockport County this season and they were also well clear in the average attendances table for the division. They had an average attendance of 4,002, over 1,500 more than the second placed team York City.

Hereford were third in the table with 2,367 and they’ll be hoping for better next season as they look to climb out of the National League North with their big following, as will York City who were a Football League club not too long ago.

FC United of Manchester were fourth in the table with an average National League North attendance of 1,943 and fifth were Chester, who were another side playing in higher divisions not too long ago. The current problems at Boltom Wanderers show just how quickly finances can effect the smaller clubs in the country and the non-leagues are a graveyard for some sides.

 

National League North Average Attendances

1. Stockport County 4,002
2. York City 2,500
3. Hereford 2,367
4.FC United of Manchester 1,943
5. Chester 1,838
6. Chorley 1,650
7. Kidderminster Harriers 1,602
8.Darlington 1,391
9. AFC Telford United 1,352
10. Altrincham 1,244
11. Boston United 1,105
12. Southport 1,071
13. Spennymoor Town 859
14. Blyth Spartans 801
15: Nuneaton Borough 799
16. Guiseley 794 
17. Leamington 666
18. Brackley Town 645
19. Alfreton Town 534
20. Bradford (Park Avenue) 525
21. Curzon Ashton 449
22. Ashton United 362

Play-off winners Chorley had an average attendance of 1,650 this season and they’ll be hoping to get more faces through the gate as they embark on a season in the National League.

Ashton United had the smallest attendances last season and were relegated out of the division along with FC United of Manchester and Nuneaton Borough.

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