So how many people came to watch the Grecians? What average did that give? What were the biggest and smallest gates for an Exeter City game? Hopefully, I’ll answer your questions. If you have any others, please use the comment facility, and I’ll see if I can provide an answer.
- 260,082 watched Exeter City in League 1 games
- 102,905 watched the Grecians at home. Giving an average number of 4,474 per game. Of which 9,052 were away fans, an average of 394.
- Away, City were watched by 157,177 fans. An average of 6,834 per game. Of that 8,931 were City fans, giving an average of 388 per game.
Highs and Lows
Highest attendance for a City match, was at Brammall Lane, when 17052 watched Exeter clinch a dramatic 4-4 draw with Sheffield United.
Lowest attendance was at Spotlands. Where Exeter late on threw away a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2 in front of just 1,930 fans.
At St James Park, the highest attendance was 6,045 on the last day of the season in the 2-2 draw with Sheffield United. The lowest was 3,474 against Notts County on a Tuesday night in September.
Kick off time
Does kick off at 7:45pm make any difference to a 3pm kick off? Does seem so. Without making any analysis of the team, weather, form then there is a reduction in the the numbers through the turnstiles on evening kick offs. 4,548 average at home for 3pm kick offs, as opposed to 3980 for a 7:45pm kick off. For away games, then an average of 7,306 is achieved for 3pm kick offs and 4,591 for 7:45pm kick offs.