England: Non-League Football, attendance map for 4th October, 2009 (all clubs drawing above 600 per game- 45 clubs).

“Attendance in the Conference is up 10.5%. Last season, the final average attendance for the entire league as a whole was 1,857. This season, as of 4th October, 2009, the average is 2,051. The main reason is the huge gates, in Non-League terms, of Luton Town and Oxford United (in the 5,00o-6,000 range). The Oxford v. Luton match of 8th September (a Tuesday) drew 10,613. (!) Also, Mansfield Town, another former Football League club, is seeing a big upswing at the turnstiles, with a 40% increase from last season, to 3,392 per game. And one of the newly promoted clubs is AFC Wimbledon, who are seeing a 20% increase to 3,844 per game. Two more clubs in the Conference are drawing above 3,000 per game: Wrexham (3,734) and Cambridge United (3,032).” (billsportsmaps)

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