LEAGUE attendances are up by 4.5% on last season, with an average per game of 296.
Most interesting trend is the attendance on Tuesday nights (average 405), Friday nights (average 399) and Sunday afternoons (average 338) - the traditional Saturday afternoon average is just 267.
The highest gate so far is the 646 who watched Barry Town's opener against Aberystwyth.
Caernarfon's attendances show a near 44% rise on last term with an average of 300, against 208 in 2002/3. Welshpool's gates are also encouragingly better this season, up by 22%.
Bangor are showing the biggest downturn (-21%), although their attendances are traditionally better during student term-time.
The worst supported club last season, Cwmbran Town, have seen gates slip again by 19% to an average of just 152.
Poorest gate of the League season so far was the 76 who watched NEWI Cefn Druids play Afan Lido.
Average gates so far:-
Aberystwyth Town 550
Barry Town 457
Carmarthen Town 416
Bangor City 421
Newtown AFC 344
Caernarfon Town 300
Haverfordwest County 289
Rhyl FC 289
Total Network Solutions 278
CaerswsFC 261
NEWI Cefn Druids 256
Welshpool Town 238
Afan Lido 232
Port Talbot Town 198
Porthmadog FC 183
Connah's Quay Nomads 165
Cwmbran Town 152

Full attendance grid

15 October 2021