Revealed! Hartlepool United's National League Super 6 Stadium attendances ranked

With season ticket renewals the talk of the town, here's a look back at Hartlepool United's 23 home attendances in the 2018/19 National League season.

Tuesday, 14th May 2019, 8:41 pm
Hartlepool United remained Victoria Park the Super 6 Stadium last summer.

We've ranked the recorded crowds at the Vic last campaign, from lowest to highest.

Lowest crowd of the season. Liam Noble's penalty (above) was not enough to prevent Pools suffering a 2-1 home loss to Fylde, who ended up doing the double over HUFC last season.
Less than a week after the lowest crowd of the season. Richard Money was soon handed the reins as Matthew Bates paid with his job.

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A massive win for Pools as Craig Hignett kicked off his second permanent spell in charge with victory. Nicke Kabamba and Josh Hawkes were on the scoresheet.
A crowd on the slide, and a team going that way, too. A 3-2 defeat was on the cards for those in attendance as autumn turned to winter.
With a small away following, this was the first time Pools dipped below the 3,000 mark in 2018/19. Luke James and Nicky Featherstone goals saw Hartlepool record their first win of the season.
Tentatively fans were starting to come back after a poor winter, Craig Hignett even returned to the dugout alongside Richard Money. Jake Cassidy scored against his former club but Pools were beaten.
Scott Loach put on a masterclass, then made an error for the only goal of the game as Pools lost 1-0 to the side who finished the season in second place.
Liam Noble netted a late consolation as Pools were comfortably beaten on home turf.
The first in a sequence of three games where attendances dipped below 3,000. Andrew Davies' match winning double won all three points for Pools.
Devante Rodney scored on his Pools return but Gavan Holohan (above) outshone all as Pools won 2-1 thanks to Luke James and Luke Molyneux as Good Friday became a great one for Craig Hignett.
Richard Money's first home game in charge, against the man - Lee Bradbury - who he beat to the post. A 1-1 draw in front of a much improved crowd.
Another 3,000-plus home crowd at Victoria Park as Pools were beaten 1-0 on home turf by Fleet.
Another home game, yet more dropped points from a winning position. Niko Muir (above, right) was again on the scoresheet but that was cancelled out in the second half.
Nicke Kabamba celebrates netting an equaliser as Pools held the National League champions at the Super 6 Stadium. 1-1 and another 3,000-plus attendance.
With Pools riding the crest of a wave another 3,000-plus crowd made their way to the Vic, this time for a 1-1 draw. Niko Muir's early strike was cancelled out late on by Paul McCallum.
A 0-0 draw on home turf drew another big crowd, with Barrow filling out a chunk of the away end.
The performance of the season. Two nil down to three two up. Luke Molyneux scored a late, late winner.
After another entertaining encounter at the International Stadium on Boxing Day, this local derby drew in big numbers on New Year's Day. Pools beating a depleted Heed 2-1.
On a Sunday, on the TV, that mattered little to Poolies as they again came out in their numbers for one the biggest crowds of the campaign.
Last day of the season, promotion on the line for the visitors, Pools turned on the style. Salford still went up via the play-offs but Hartlepool had their day with a 3-2 victory.
The first midweek game of the season drew a big crowd to the Super 6 Stadium, with Pools conceding a late equaliser as Harrogate, who ended up in the National League play-offs grabbed a point.
For the visit of recently relegated Chesterfield, Pools drew the second biggest crowd of the campaign at the Super 6 Stadium. And they won again, with Nicky Featherstone the match winner in a 1-0 victory.
A big following from Wales brought the biggest attendance of the season at Pools.