Some 'big' grounds there, but are they any good? There is also the Halifax/Gateshead (etc) factor where the average gate is only a small percentage of the total. At the G, we were regularly at 50%, but looks like even in the NLS, 30% or less might be the norm for many clubs.
Pubs I've courted COVID in since 4 July: George and Dragon, Upton Nag's Head on the Thames, Abingdon x3* Grouse & Ale, Lane End Black Horse, Hurdcott* Three Horseshoes, Towersey* Tandem, Kennington* Square and Compasses, Great Shelford Chop Shop, Cambridge Woodman, Chapmore End* Anchor, Oxford* Red House, Highclere *sat outside. Medical experts say this is 20 times less likely to annoy Adrian.
Think Dulwich finished their season with a couple of sell outs. Depending on league position, they could beat us for attendances.
Dulwich had 3300ish for their last game not bad with a capacity of 3000.
The capacity was recalibrated upwards using a standard formula for dimensions of ground,number of steps etc shortly after the club returned from exile last December. There were at least two lockouts and one all ticket match, but the attendance figures were different due to different numbers of season ticket holders attending.
The original 3,000 was just a round number applied when the ground opened in 1992 and the club hadn't had an attendance remotely approaching that size for decades.
A number of the figures for other clubs on the above list look vague or inaccurate. Hungerford have more than 170 seats and I think they were installing more this summer.
When our capacity was smaller, there was leeway to admit extra, rather than have unhappy people milling around outside. And there was one occasion when our away section was very snug, with extras allowed to stand in normally clear walkways. Sometimes the authorities have to make common sense decisions, for the sake of safety.