Stickied Non-League Away Support 2019/20

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Right, it's been a while hasn't it? Finally got round to updating the latest average away attendance figures, as well as the weighted away attendance figures. For those who don't know, I base the away attendance figures off the distance that one team would have to travel by car to get to the opposition's ground. In theory, if every game was played 100 miles away, this would be that team's average away following.

Since the last update, we have a new sheriff in town with Wrexham going ahead on average attendances, although Grimsby still reign superior in the weighted average table. As an extra, Wrexham have the highest single attendance this season with the 1992 they brought to Notts County, and Solihull have the lowest with the 10 (approx) they brought to Dover. Grimsby's effort away at Woking ranks as the most impressive weighted attendance, and Maidenhead's effort at Barnet ranks as the least.

I am also still missing figures for the following games:

Bromley v Yeovil
Eastleigh v Solihull
Weymouth v Woking
Woking v Bromley

Average Away Attendance:

Wrexham885
Grimsby833
Southend719
Notts County615
Chesterfield562
Stockport518
Torquay386
Woking284
Yeovil227
Barnet205
Aldershot204
Dagenham187
Wealdstone185
Halifax180
Altrincham158
Solihull134
Bromley108
Weymouth84
Eastleigh76
Maidenhead65
Dover58
King's Lynn57
Boreham Wood45

Weighted Average:

Grimsby1394
Wrexham1077
Southend793
Notts County720
Chesterfield698
Torquay597
Stockport553
Yeovil309
Halifax247
Woking193
Aldershot182
Wealdstone172
Dagenham164
Altrincham144
Weymouth126
Bromley124
Solihull100
Barnet99
Eastleigh92
King's Lynn88
Dover87
Maidenhead55
Boreham Wood44
 

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Been shithoused off the top by West Yorkshire Police and COVID. We've sold 820 today on the first morning of Notts tickets going on sale to ST holders so we could well be requesting extras for that. 2000+ following if that happens and they grant it.
 

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Given Grimsbys form since October it's particularly impressive how many turn out.
 

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Not bad from us as lots of local away games are yet to come, just a shame Southend will be a Tuesday night if we beat Spenny in the trophy.
 

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Solidly mid-table in both, I'll take that. Both should increase over the next couple of away games with Grimsby away on Saturday and Barnet away on the 12th February.
 

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Southend’s is the most impressive considering how bad they’ve been. Stockport’s is quite low considering they’ve had big followings at Notts and Altrincham to bump it up. Ours is very consistent, nothing particularly big, but never anything lower than about 350 either.
 

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Southend’s is the most impressive considering how bad they’ve been. Stockport’s is quite low considering they’ve had big followings at Notts and Altrincham to bump it up. Ours is very consistent, nothing particularly big, but never anything lower than about 350 either.
Yeah Southend trump us for impressiveness as well for me, we had our new owner bounce before a ball had been kicked and started like a rocket. They were in turmoil and started terribly. It's annoying that them coming to us and vice versa has been BT'd to two Friday night matches as we'd have seen decent numbers in the away end at both games on a Saturday at 3PM.
 

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Southend’s is the most impressive considering how bad they’ve been. Stockport’s is quite low considering they’ve had big followings at Notts and Altrincham to bump it up. Ours is very consistent, nothing particularly big, but never anything lower than about 350 either.
Our followings South or Nottingham have been poor and I think that's down to 6 years playing regional football. First season back was curtailed and obviously no crowds last season so we're still getting back into the swing of the long away trips. Think we could take a few to Barnet this Saturday though.

We've got Grimsby, Wrexham and Chesterfield 3 out of our last 4 away games. Any non season ticket holder which sadly includes me will be lucky to get a sniff of a ticket.
 

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Can't wait to see these portaloos for myself

Oh, you'll definitely be impressed Shrimper92! They are a sight to behold. State-of-the-art if you ask me.

If it's your first trip to Stad de Rec make sure you get there in plenty of time to take in the delights of the journey to the away end. And don't forget your torch (and oxygen cylinder) for when the final whistle blows and you have to make your way up the myriad steps (yes, I fell over on them on my last visit).

One thing that always impresses me (doesn't take much!) is the atmosphere behind the goal. Shots fans love a sing song (and the drummer ain't too bad either!)
 

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Southend’s is the most impressive considering how bad they’ve been. Stockport’s is quite low considering they’ve had big followings at Notts and Altrincham to bump it up. Ours is very consistent, nothing particularly big, but never anything lower than about 350 either.
Cheers Jacob, when I saw us above yourselves, I was quite surprised as I consider yourselves and bigger club than us and doing well. However the one thing I don't think anyone can knock us for is after 3 years of complete garbage on the pitch and a complete shambles off it, the loyalty of our fans to the cause is highly commendable especially with yet another poor start. Thanks also for your thoughts SoC, especially remembering this is a mixed team board and not an own club forum, where it is much easier to get a backslap from fellow posters.

I would hope we are on the way back as I have voiced before, but the one constant has been the fans backing of whichever team has taken the field, whether they have deserved it or not. A lot of locals who know nothing about the club, but follow the London premiershite clubs reckoned our support would drop to 1,500 and fans went back to the bigger clubs. try getting tickets there even if you wanted too! But to hit the numbers we have been has been very reassuring for the future of the club, so thanks again for noticing what has been quietly going on down here.......
 

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Right, it's been a while hasn't it? Finally got round to updating the latest average away attendance figures, as well as the weighted away attendance figures. For those who don't know, I base the away attendance figures off the distance that one team would have to travel by car to get to the opposition's ground. In theory, if every game was played 100 miles away, this would be that team's average away following.

Since the last update, we have a new sheriff in town with Wrexham going ahead on average attendances, although Grimsby still reign superior in the weighted average table. As an extra, Wrexham have the highest single attendance this season with the 1992 they brought to Notts County, and Solihull have the lowest with the 10 (approx) they brought to Dover. Grimsby's effort away at Woking ranks as the most impressive weighted attendance, and Maidenhead's effort at Barnet ranks as the least.

I am also still missing figures for the following games:

Bromley v Yeovil
Eastleigh v Solihull
Weymouth v Woking
Woking v Bromley

Average Away Attendance:

Wrexham885
Grimsby833
Southend719
Notts County615
Chesterfield562
Stockport518
Torquay386
Woking284
Yeovil227
Barnet205
Aldershot204
Dagenham187
Wealdstone185
Halifax180
Altrincham158
Solihull134
Bromley108
Weymouth84
Eastleigh76
Maidenhead65
Dover58
King's Lynn57
Boreham Wood45

Weighted Average:

Grimsby1394
Wrexham1077
Southend793
Notts County720
Chesterfield698
Torquay597
Stockport553
Yeovil309
Halifax247
Woking193
Aldershot182
Wealdstone172
Dagenham164
Altrincham144
Weymouth126
Bromley124
Solihull100
Barnet99
Eastleigh92
King's Lynn88
Dover87
Maidenhead55
Boreham Wood44
wtf. its what u take away. what's all this other bollox
 

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60 Solihull at Plainmoor
 

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Higher away followings the closer the ground is, not bloody difficult is it?
Bit odd that a Pompey fan has chimed in on non-league away followings innit? Haha.
 

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Right, it's been a while hasn't it? Finally got round to updating the latest average away attendance figures, as well as the weighted away attendance figures. For those who don't know, I base the away attendance figures off the distance that one team would have to travel by car to get to the opposition's ground. In theory, if every game was played 100 miles away, this would be that team's average away following.

Since the last update, we have a new sheriff in town with Wrexham going ahead on average attendances, although Grimsby still reign superior in the weighted average table. As an extra, Wrexham have the highest single attendance this season with the 1992 they brought to Notts County, and Solihull have the lowest with the 10 (approx) they brought to Dover. Grimsby's effort away at Woking ranks as the most impressive weighted attendance, and Maidenhead's effort at Barnet ranks as the least.

I am also still missing figures for the following games:

Bromley v Yeovil
Eastleigh v Solihull
Weymouth v Woking
Woking v Bromley

Average Away Attendance:

Wrexham885
Grimsby833
Southend719
Notts County615
Chesterfield562
Stockport518
Torquay386
Woking284
Yeovil227
Barnet205
Aldershot204
Dagenham187
Wealdstone185
Halifax180
Altrincham158
Solihull134
Bromley108
Weymouth84
Eastleigh76
Maidenhead65
Dover58
King's Lynn57
Boreham Wood45

Weighted Average:

Grimsby1394
Wrexham1077
Southend793
Notts County720
Chesterfield698
Torquay597
Stockport553
Yeovil309
Halifax247
Woking193
Aldershot182
Wealdstone172
Dagenham164
Altrincham144
Weymouth126
Bromley124
Solihull100
Barnet99
Eastleigh92
King's Lynn88
Dover87
Maidenhead55
Boreham Wood44
Eastleigh V Moors - official Moors attendance over the tannoy was 52
 

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About 80 Daggers at Weymouth according to my pal, just over 900 in total.
 

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