Discussion in 'Dulwich Hamlet FC' started by Jamie Wyatt, May 5, 2014.
can never get my head around Leyton Orient being non League
Neither can most Os fans.
The 5th highest non league crowd today
Note Eastleigh attendance not available
Amateaur Cup 1922 £rd round Replay - Champion Hill - 14,000
Records and fences tumble as Dulwich win replay
Could you send this to the Friends of Greendale because they consistently denied that land ever being built on..
Don't know how up to date
again not sure how up to date, but if we had maintained the average since return to Champion hill of 2779 all season(admittedly would have been a big ask)- we would have been the 6th highest supported non-league team
The figures from that website are up to date but incorrect. They have our lowest league attendance as 320 vs Oxford City when in fact it was 942. Our lowest was 386 vs Weston super Mare on Tues 6 November.
Using the attendance figures listed in the programme the current league average for 17 matches is 1,647.
An aggregate of 10,000 from the four remaining fixtures against Truro, Billericay, Hungerford and Woking would bump that up to 1,810. An aggregate of 11,000 would make the final average 1,857. An aggregate of 12,000 would make it 1,905.
And an aggregate of 11,754 would get us to 1,893. Which would be a very statistically neat way to mark the anniversary year!
So we're on track to overtake the crowds at the 'big' club Woking. Good.
I *think* we're technically 126 now.
1647 it is. That website, which is usually pretty good, has now updated its figures. But they’re still incorrect for Dulwich. Too high now...
Edited to add - they have the Hemel Hempstead figure on 16/2 as 2849 rather than 2489 - hence the discrepancy.
Gates since returning to Champion Hill:
2,489: Hemel Hempstead,
Average crowd = 2,740.
(credit Peter Lyons Tweet
Now overtaken Woking (1,735) and second behind Torquay United (2,268) on season home attendances 1,747 (includes KNK stadium Tooting)
That makes us presently 16th highest English & Welsh non league (5th if you exclude former League teams)
and 6th highest of all non league club if you take attendances (2,740) average since return to Champion Hill
Highest attendance in recent years 3,321 at KNK play off final
would be great to beat that at Champion hill
Must be a possibility for the final home game against Woking on Easter Monday.
Hoenstly not sure how, as much as I'd like to see it. It took us the full 15 minutes of half time to change ends at the weekend.
And there is talk of this game being segregated.
And that would destroy the Hamlet vibe and the spirit of non league football entirely.
There was clearly space for a couple of hundred more at the Greendale End during the second half. Of course you can't dictate that people are evenly distributed around the ground, but it's also not obligatory to change ends at half time. If it's too difficult just stay where you are.
The corner with the pylon is a real pain.
Perhaps some sort of one way system...
What would kill the vibe is 500 Woking fans starting fights all over the place. But maybe it wont be an issue if they have already lost a chance to win the league.
On that note - 7 points behind Torquay after this evening, 7 ahead of Welling.
They are still violent thugs. Surround them with stewards.
A firm of 500 is a bit OTT though, there isn’t a club in the country with that many hoolies.
Don't forget it's a Chelsea heartland.
You and I will probably lose our seats if it's segregated.
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