Away attendance statistics

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One attendance that stands out is the Saturday at Grimsby, which is almost close to our lowest mid-week and only 2/3 of a Saturday at Carlisle, which is further. Several conversations between City fans as we left the ground were about how low the official attendance was. I would have added 50 easily to the total, possibly 100 more.
 
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Our league isn't regionalised, matey......
On the same day you took around 700 to Newport, we took 1500 to Bath which is a longer trip from Torquay than Newport is from Exeter. Likewise, we took 500 more fans to Woking than your promotion-chasing team did on the same day to the easier trip v Cheltenham. We would have taken more than 600 to Swindon if we were chasing the play-offs in League 2. :)
 
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On the same day you took around 700 to Newport, we took 1500 to Bath which is a longer trip from Torquay than Newport is from Exeter. Likewise, we took 500 more fans to Woking than your promotion-chasing team did on the same day to the easier trip v Cheltenham. We would have taken more than 600 to Swindon if we were chasing the play-offs in League 2. :)
Bit of novelty value in national south ,good chance of winning a few matches.
 

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Assuming we get say 400 at Stevenage and 900 at FGR that should take the totals to around 10,600 at an average of 460. Pretty decent given the distances we have to travel to support City
Yes, hat's off to the traveling Grecians. 460 would still represent a drop of nearly 10% on last season's average of 505 though.
(Home crowds do not seem to have sparkled much either - no sign of the much-advertized post-Tisdale bounce!)

Economic climate still tough? Not enough 'new grounds' to visit? Team never really getting into top gear despite a commendable first season from Matt?
I am too far from the action to know which, if any, of these might be true.
 

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Here you go using the code function to improve layout

Exeter City Away Gates 2018/19

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Team	              Date		        Home   City    Total

Morecambe             11/08/18	        	1443	211	1654
Cambridge	      21/08/18	        	3421	241	3662
MK	              25/08/18	        	6683	989	7672
Mansfield	      15/09/18	        	4215	228	4443
Port Vale	      29/09/18	        	4265	350	4615
Yeovil     	      06/10/18	        	2895	1328	4223
Grimsby  	      20/10/18		        3874	130	4004
Crawley    	      23/10/18		        1716	379	2095
Tranmere	      03/11/18		        5874	335	6209
Colchester	      24/11/18		        3120	264	3384
Bury	              08/12/18		        3119	209	3328
Oldham   	      22/12/18		        3897	182	4079
Swindon  	      01/01/19		        6072	683	6755
Newport  	      19/01/19		        3064	727	3791
Carlisle	      09/02/19		        4675	176	4851
Crewe      	      23/02/19		        3473	368	3841
Lincoln     	      26/02/19		        8466	123	8589
Northampton           09/03/19	                4542	412	4954
Notts County          23/03/19    	       	8840	665	9505
Cheltenham            06/04/19    	      	2974	1102	4076
Macclesfield          09/04/19    	      	1384	204	1588
Stevenage	      22/04/19				
Forest Green	      04/05/19				
Total		                                88012	9306    97318
Average		                                4191	443	4634
 

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In RaWZ we trust....Amen.
Yes, hat's off to the traveling Grecians. 460 would still represent a drop of nearly 10% on last season's average of 505 though.
(Home crowds do not seem to have sparkled much either - no sign of the much-advertized post-Tisdale bounce!)

Economic climate still tough? Not enough 'new grounds' to visit? Team never really getting into top gear despite a commendable first season from Matt?
I am too far from the action to know which, if any, of these might be true.
I think all of the things you mentioned have a bearing...A large turnout at Coventry,Stevenage & FGR would have boosted last years average...It’s always interesting to see how the away following has grown,but it is irrelevant to the football club for league games(no financial impact except for a small commission on ticket sales-5%)
 
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