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Another great attendance 2,730 v Braintree
Average attendance this season so far 2,190 (Last season 1,860)
Presently Dulwich Hamlet best supported London non League team this season
(Bromely 2.042) (Sutton 1,684) (Dagenham & Redbridge 1,333) (Barnet 1,212) (Wealdstone 974)


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Dulwich Hamlet Reserves V Tooting & Mitcham Reserves
15th November 1958
attendaance 716
Dulwich Hamlet Reserves V Leytonstone Reserves
August 1959
Attendance 527


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Dulwich Hamlet V Walthamstow 3rd round London Senior Cup
Febuary 1959
Attendance 3,620

"The attendance of 3,620 and it was good to hear the old "roar" again, but we wish there had been more present to see such a good game."

DHFC programme 21 Febuary 1959

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Very kind of you to correct me!
All 9 teams above us are ex Football League supporter/fan bases ;)
Surprised to see Woking below us in that table after some of their supporters got all Billy Big Bollocks over Hamlet supporters objecting to their excessive stewarding arrangements, claiming it's necessary because they're such a big club.


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would love to finish in top 10 and biggest supported London Non-League team
we have a rescheduled gave against Havant & Waterlooville which may hit our average if on a week day
But if we keep pushing and the Club keeps up social media and community initiatives hopeful we could do it
To say were in top ten would be a great achievement


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Jeffrey Monakana interview

"The Dulwich fanbase has also been an overwhelming positive for Monakana during his time at Champion Hill so far. “Win, lose or draw there’s always really high numbers at every game. Before Braintree, we hadn’t won at home since August, but every week there’s still 2,000 or 2,500. It’s crazy to see. I’ve never been in a situation like that!”

“At most teams that I’ve been at, once you start losing, people stop coming and the atmosphere around the ground is just daunting to play in. But here everything’s more relaxed, people are happy and they just want to support.”


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So for the 1st time we break into the top 10 supported (average) Non League clubs. The 9 above us are all ex League sides!
I had a quick look at how that plays out against capacity of the grounds. I had to use Wikipedia, which means that the entry for Champion Hill is probably less than it actually is.

Av.Cap (Wikipedia)%
Dulwich Hamlet FC2190300073%Champion Hill
Hartlepool3255785841%Victoria Park
Stockport County42191084139%Edgeley Park
Wrexham41261077138%Racecourse Ground
York2724825633%Bootham Crescent
Yeovil2976956531%Huish Park
Notts County52271881628%Meadow Lane
Chesterfield27651050026%Proact Stadium