Stickied Non-League Away Support 2019/20

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Already posted but you'd only know if you knew we put the away figure in brackets after the full attendance. Pretty sure that's the lowest away turnout at a Saturday 3pm we've ever had.

Worst we had was North Ferriby bring 14 when they were in this league for a season
 

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Already posted but you'd only know if you knew we put the away figure in brackets after the full attendance. Pretty sure that's the lowest away turnout at a Saturday 3pm we've ever had.
Eastleigh's support is pathetic. They took 9 to us on a Saturday. That's the lowest we've ever had.
 

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Eastleigh's support is pathetic. They took 9 to us on a Saturday. That's the lowest we've ever had.
To be fair, it would be a lot easier to support Southampton or Portsmouth if you lived or came from Eastleigh. So 'good on um' for following The Spitfires.
 

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Eastleigh's support is pathetic. They took 9 to us on a Saturday. That's the lowest we've ever had.
I know they only averager1600-1700 home fans but that should equate to 100 away (give or take a few) for a Saturday 3pm. 29. And that's with the weather up here being hospitable. October-March it's Baltic. Guessing a fair chunk of their home support is floating Saints fans so doesn't translate into expected away followings.
 

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Did Woking fans have seats? We got told that they didnt, and we had quite a few in there too. Where I was on the terrace it was quite busy so I'd have been suprised if it was that low. Always hard to tell when you're actually in the away end sometimes



I think quite a few paid on the gate (most of the older fans on the coach did) so imagine it was 200+ in that case.
Woking did have the seats. I am hearing it was around 250 on Saturday. Waiting for confirmation.
 

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Woking did have the seats. I am hearing it was around 250 on Saturday. Waiting for confirmation.

860 home fans is a cause for concern with all the initiatives the club have done to try and generate new support.
 

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860 home fans is a cause for concern with all the initiatives the club have done to try and generate new support.
There were more than that , so not sure how we are calculating crowds. I thought the overall gate was much higher than the alty game. Suspect, as we include season ticket holders, maybe more season ticket holders actually attended. Had that been a NLS game, without the away fans, it was a 1k+ gate.
 

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You have to question if its worth them seriously bothering trying to compete at this level If the fans aren't bothered.
If you’ve ever been to Eastleigh you will see their attendance does not nowhere near match the actual gate, same as Sutton when you go, cheap season tickets £99 quid or whatever it is and they don’t bother turning up for half of them. Last time I went Eastleigh there was probably about 8/900 max in the ground but they announce it as 1500 odd. If you pay £200+ for a season ticket you use it whereas with cheap ones you don’t bother specially if they’re losing.
 

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Eastleigh's support is pathetic. They took 9 to us on a Saturday. That's the lowest we've ever had.
We have them on a Tuesday night in October so that might be fun.

The lowest I can remember at ours for a league game was Barnets 49 last week, I suspect this will be beaten quite comfortably by Eastleigh.
 

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We have them on a Tuesday night in October so that might be fun.

The lowest I can remember at ours for a league game was Barnets 49 last week, I suspect this will be beaten quite comfortably by Eastleigh.

That is at least a record we can never lose

 

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For those working on the away attendance spreadsheet(s), our programme states 120 Alty at Wealdstone from last weekend so go with that figure.
 

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That is at least a record we can never lose

We had redditch bring one on a Tuesday night the year they went down from the conference north in 2010/11
And he got taken ill too at some stage that night....
Leigh brought 2 to us in 2007/8 as well.
Vauxhall motors had 4 in 2014/5
There's usually one team end up with single figures at ours each season. The last was curzon Ashton who took 5 in Jan 2020
 

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Leigh RMI had one bloke with one flag
in 2004, steward to keep him company.
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Sold out Maidenhead away and they are seeing if they can give us a few more.
 

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Sold out Maidenhead away and they are seeing if they can give us a few more.
Which they’ve just done, fair play to them for doing so, bit gutted I can’t get to this one
 

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Do Wealdstone have any of the away support figures from their other home games in their programme?
If they do, could someone post them please.
 

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Do Wealdstone have any of the away support figures from their other home games in their programme?
If they do, could someone post them please.

Just states what’s been referenced on here already - 400 Woking, 800 Southend and 100 Alty.
 

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Cheers, just estimates then. Seems strange to do that, but hey ho.
 

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Judging by pics on Moor’s official Twitter there could not have been more than 10-15 at Dover last night.
 

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Our game at Wrexham a week on Tuesday is all ticket. Is this the norm for Wrexham games now? Seems strange given it's a Tuesday and we won't come anywhere near selling out.
 

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Our game at Wrexham a week on Tuesday is all ticket. Is this the norm for Wrexham games now? Seems strange given it's a Tuesday and we won't come anywhere near selling out.
Yes, it's the norm, likely to prevent our fans from sitting in the away end if home tickets get near to selling out. In larger games as well, it is wise to sell tickets as we will know in advance whether we need to open the lower tier or not.

If we have given you the lower tier, we would have given you around 1100 tickets. I would have thought you'd get close to that given the gravity of the fixture. By that I mean in the sense that it's 2 expected table toppers going head to head.
 

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Our game at Wrexham a week on Tuesday is all ticket. Is this the norm for Wrexham games now? Seems strange given it's a Tuesday and we won't come anywhere near selling out.

Everywhere seems to be all ticket now. Think all of our away games have been, no chance of fully selling out any of them.
 

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Yes, it's the norm, likely to prevent our fans from sitting in the away end if home tickets get near to selling out. In larger games as well, it is wise to sell tickets as we will know in advance whether we need to open the lower tier or not.

If we have given you the lower tier, we would have given you around 1100 tickets. I would have thought you'd get close to that given the gravity of the fixture. By that I mean in the sense that it's 2 expected table toppers going head to head.
Can't imagine we'll bring more than 600 tbh
 

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