2016/17 NLN Average Attendances

We compiled data from a number of different websites including football web pages and The Linnets to determine a list of average attendances for the 2016/2017 season.

Notable mentions should include AFC Fylde, who improved their attendance by 275% on last season and Salford City, who achieved 117% improvement on their 2015/16 attendance.

County can also be pleased with a 12% jump whilst the FC United hierarchy may be worred with a 21% drop in support last season.

  1. Stockport County – 3,477
  2. FC United of Manchester – 2,660
  3. FC Halifax Town – 2,156
  4. AFC Fylde – 1,961
  5. Kidderminster Harriers – 1,837
  6. Darlington 1883 – 1,739
  7. Chorley – 1,454
  8. Salford City – 1,430
  9. AFC Telford United – 1,182
  10. Altrincham – 1,149
  11. Boston United – 1,081
  12. Harrogate Town – 901
  13. Tamworth – 825
  14. Worcester City – 636
  15. Nuneaton Town – 626
  16. Gainsborough Trinity – 612
  17. Stalybridge – 569
  18. Alfreton Town – 546
  19. Gloucester City – 483
  20. Bradford Park Avenue – 453
  21. Brackley Town – 427
  22. Curzon Ashton – 405

In addition, the teams that were relegated/promoted to the league had the following average attendances:

  • York City – 2,558
  • North Ferriby United – 615
  • Southport – 1,140
  • Blyth Spartans – 648
  • Spennymoor Town – 623

 

Nuneaton Town – A Quick Guide

Founded: 1889

Nickname: The Boro

Ground: Liberty Way (4,500)

2014-2015 Average Attendance: 865

Position Last Year: 24th (Conference Prem – Relegated).

Last Season’s Results: N/A

From Nuneaton Town Website: 

Venue: 
Liberty Way, Nuneaton, Warks, CV11 6RR.

Admission Prices 2015/16 (League Games): 
Adults (Aged 17 and over) £13, Young People (Aged 11 to 16) £3, Children (Aged 10 and under) Free* but must be accompanied by an adult.
Transfer to the Main Stand seats, if required, is an additional £2 which is paid within the ground.

Car Parking: 
Available on site – £2 for Cars, £5 for Minibuses and £10 for Coaches.
Parking is also available on the adjacent industrial estate but please be careful not to block any of the business entrances.

By Train: 
Nuneaton train station is approximately 2 miles from the ground and it will take around 35 minutes to walk.
Taxis are available either outside the train station or from the taxi rank at the bus station in the town centre.