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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 4:57 pm 
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Our home and away support in League One is very impressive considering we've been in the bottom four for most of the season.

Our average home support for the eight games played so far is 8,802 which is the eighth highest in League One.

Our average away support is 855, which is the seventh highest in League One. This is especially good because we've clocked up a total of 4,655 miles on the road for the nine away games with six of those a round of trip of over 550 miles each.
The highest away attendance in League One so far is 3,829 Rotherham fans at Doncaster.

On the flip side we have the least amount of visiting opposition fans at home in League One with an average of 324 away fans coming to Home Park, this will obviously increase after the home games against Portsmouth, Bristol Rovers, Oxford and probably Blackburn Rovers but without away fans boosting our crowds it shows how impressive our home attendances currently are.

Average home attendances in League One so far:

Bradford – 20193
Portsmouth – 17595
Charlton – 11435
Blackburn – 10790
MK Dons – 8925
Bristol Rovers – 8905
Wigan – 8834
Argyle – 8802
Doncaster – 8291
Rotherham – 8064
Oxford – 7440
Southend – 6875
Peterborough – 6326
Shrewsbury – 6050
Northampton – 5809
Gillingham – 5308
Oldham – 4792
Walsall – 4689
Blackpool – 4309
Scunthorpe – 4221
Wimbledon – 4149
Bury – 3756
Rochdale – 3588
Fleetwood - 3112


Average away attendances in League One so far:

Blackburn Rovers – 2202
Portsmouth – 1267
Rotherham – 1178
Oxford – 1135
Bradford – 1094
Wigan – 1031
Argyle – 855
Bristol Rovers – 830
Northampton – 820
Oldham – 791
Charlton – 775
Scunthorpe – 729
Doncaster – 709
Peterborough – 706
Southend – 629
Bury – 588
Shrewsbury – 571
Wimbledon – 527
Blackpool – 432
Walsall – 405
Gillingham – 397
Rochdale – 354
MK Dons – 332
Fleetwood – 152

Average number of opposition fans at grounds:

Blackpool – 1170
Doncaster – 1127
Oldham – 1101
MK Dons – 1078
Charlton – 1039
Wigan – 1011
Rochdale – 964
Bradford – 917
Walsall – 877
Northampton – 804
Bury – 774
Peterborough – 755
Shrewsbury – 713
Oxford – 712
Gillingham – 689
Blackburn – 639
Rotherham – 619
Scunthorpe – 547
Portsmouth – 540
Fleetwood – 534
Bristol Rovers – 515
Southend – 484
Wimbledon – 451
Argyle - 324


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Excluding fans, we’ve actually got the fifth highest home attendance in the league then. The Charlton and Scunthorpe attendances showed the potential for support if we were competitive in this league. Shame.

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Bradford show the value of giving fans cheap season tickets...head and shoulders above any other team in this division for home attendances...despite bigger teams in the vicinity.Maybe next season Argyle could follow suit.....

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Bradford show the value of giving fans cheap season tickets...head and shoulders above any other team in this division for home attendances...despite bigger teams in the vicinity.Maybe next season Argyle could follow suit.....


They expect about 5,500 for next month's cup game.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 5:21 pm 
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PL2 3DQ wrote:
Our home and away support in League One is very impressive considering we've been in the bottom four for most of the season.

Our average home support for the eight games played so far is 8,802 which is the eighth highest in League One.

Our average away support is 855, which is the seventh highest in League One. This is especially good because we've clocked up a total of 4,655 miles on the road for the nine away games with six of those a round of trip of over 550 miles each.
The highest away attendance in League One so far is 3,829 Rotherham fans at Doncaster.

On the flip side we have the least amount of visiting opposition fans at home in League One with an average of 324 away fans coming to Home Park, this will obviously increase after the home games against Portsmouth, Bristol Rovers, Oxford and probably Blackburn Rovers but without away fans boosting our crowds it shows how impressive our home attendances currently are.

Average home attendances in League One so far:

Bradford – 20193
Portsmouth – 17595
Charlton – 11435
Blackburn – 10790
MK Dons – 8925
Bristol Rovers – 8905
Wigan – 8834
Argyle – 8802
Doncaster – 8291
Rotherham – 8064
Oxford – 7440
Southend – 6875
Peterborough – 6326
Shrewsbury – 6050
Northampton – 5809
Gillingham – 5308
Oldham – 4792
Walsall – 4689
Blackpool – 4309
Scunthorpe – 4221
Wimbledon – 4149
Bury – 3756
Rochdale – 3588
Fleetwood - 3112


Average away attendances in League One so far:

Blackburn Rovers – 2202
Portsmouth – 1267
Rotherham – 1178
Oxford – 1135
Bradford – 1094
Wigan – 1031
Argyle – 855
Bristol Rovers – 830
Northampton – 820
Oldham – 791
Charlton – 775
Scunthorpe – 729
Doncaster – 709
Peterborough – 706
Southend – 629
Bury – 588
Shrewsbury – 571
Wimbledon – 527
Blackpool – 432
Walsall – 405
Gillingham – 397
Rochdale – 354
MK Dons – 332
Fleetwood – 152

Average number of opposition fans at grounds:

Blackpool – 1170
Doncaster – 1127
Oldham – 1101
MK Dons – 1078
Charlton – 1039
Wigan – 1011
Rochdale – 964
Bradford – 917
Walsall – 877
Northampton – 804
Bury – 774
Peterborough – 755
Shrewsbury – 713
Oxford – 712
Gillingham – 689
Blackburn – 639
Rotherham – 619
Scunthorpe – 547
Portsmouth – 540
Fleetwood – 534
Bristol Rovers – 515
Southend – 484
Wimbledon – 451
Argyle - 324


Very interesting stats there Ian.
I wonder what the away fans table would look like if you incorporate the number of miles travelled per supporter? Surely we would be in the top three.


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Fergy wrote:
Excluding fans, we’ve actually got the fifth highest home attendance in the league then.


If we excluded fans, then everyone would have the same attendance, surely?

Apologies. I can't resist an open goal.

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Bermudian Green wrote:
Fergy wrote:
Excluding fans, we’ve actually got the fifth highest home attendance in the league then.


If we excluded fans, then everyone would have the same attendance, surely?

Apologies. I can't resist an open goal.


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Support all the much better when you consider the current tactics.


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oddball wrote:
Bradford show the value of giving fans cheap season tickets...head and shoulders above any other team in this division for home attendances...despite bigger teams in the vicinity.Maybe next season Argyle could follow suit.....


I'd like to see ballpark figures of doing things their way, vs the usual way. They get more in the gates, does this equate to more revenue? (Both in ticket sales over the season, and in match day revenue) Is it more profitable in the end? Or just more people?


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Bermudian Green wrote:
Fergy wrote:
Excluding fans, we’ve actually got the fifth highest home attendance in the league then.


If we excluded fans, then everyone would have the same attendance, surely?

Apologies. I can't resist an open goal.


To be fair, he said exclude "fans". If we did that, we'd still have a good number that just go along to gripe and moan.


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Where did you find the stats from


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oddball wrote:
Bradford show the value of giving fans cheap season tickets...head and shoulders above any other team in this division for home attendances...despite bigger teams in the vicinity.Maybe next season Argyle could follow suit.....



Are you suggesting the sh1tty are a bigger team in the vicinity ?!

Argyle have a captive audience and reducing season ticket prices could actually reduce overll revenue unless there is the same percentage increase in the crowd.
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