How do Hartlepool United's attendances compare to the rest of the National League?
We've crunched the numbers to work out, as of 16 January 2019, how Pools' average attendances compares to the rest of the National League. Scroll down and click through the pages to see where the side rank:
Boreham Wood have the lowest average attendance in the National League, with an average of 725.
Braintree Town's average attendance is 732.
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Gateshead's average attendance thus far is 874.
1,125 is the average attendance for Solihull Moors' home games this season.
Dover Athletic's average attendance has been 1,149 during the 2018/19 season.
Recently-relegated Barnet have attracted an average crowd of 1,282 this campaign.
An average of 1,308 supporters have attended Barrow home games this season
Bromley's average attendance has been 1,343.
Havant and Waterlooville's average attendances have jumped up to 1,373 this campaign.
1,380 is Ebbsfleet's average attendance this season.
Maidenhead have attracted an average crowd of 1,385 this season.
The Daggers' average attendance has been 1,428.
The Shaymen's average crowd currently stands at 1,560.
On average, 1,638 fans have watched the Coasters' home games.
Harrogate's impressive form has seen their average gate swell to 1,709.
An average of 1,734 fans have watched Eastleigh home games this season.
The Shots' average attendance this season is 1,774.
Sutton have drawn average crowds of 1,846 thus far.
The Stones have attracted an average crowd of 2,307 during the first half of the season.
Salford City's average attendance has been 2,549.
Pools sit fourth in the attendance table with an average crowd of 3,601.
The Spireites' average crowd this season has been 4,520.
Some high crowds have seen Orient's average crowd rise to 5,166.
Wrexham lead the attendance table with a stunning average of 5,230.