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    Time to put myth to bed.

    Season 2012/13

    Average Home Attendance

    Nottingham Forest - 23,082
    Derby County - 23,075
    Leicester City - 22,569

    Average Away Following

    Nottingham Forest - 2,054
    Leicester City - 1,880
    Derby County - 1,203

    Official Football League statistics - Average Home Attendances

    Official Football League statistics - Average Away Followings

    Derby and Leicester - shit clubs, no fans.


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    Take derbys 5k they brought to city ground out of there average and there away following will be massivly reduced


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    So basically, the only thing Derby can claim to have superiority over, they don't have that anymore?




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    Why no mention of Notts County?

    Oh yeah, course.


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    Watching the Derby vs Blackburn game now. Looks half empty. No atmosphere. Shambolic football club


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    "Shit ground, no fans"

    "Worst team in history"

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    Your grounds too big for you, empty seats empty seats empty seats etc etc


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    And their tickets are so much cheaper than ours. £90 for an under 21 season ticket... Whereas I have to pay £258. Adult tickets behind the stand are £200 something whereas ours are £407.. So there is no excuse for them to have a lower average than us.


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    The one thing you can say about Forest's attendances is they have been pretty consistant over the years, even in league one. Derby's and Leicester's have only been going one way since the new ground effect and Premier League flirtations have waned.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NFFC_Josh View Post
    And their tickets are so much cheaper than ours. £90 for an under 21 season ticket... Whereas I have to pay £258. Adult tickets behind the stand are £200 something whereas ours are £407.. So there is no excuse for them to have a lower average than us.
    That's nearly half the price of an under 18's at £160! I'd like it if ours were that cheap, get a big crowd and a good atmosphere.

    Are our tickets expensive or theres cheap. Is there an average cost for the Championship.

    Under 12 ST is £77. Crikey.

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    Love Brighton's over that period, from 6k up to 25


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    Default Re: Best Supported Club in the East Midlands

    derby away support is shocking. home is much of a muchness but away that is terrible


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    Default Re: Best Supported Club in the East Midlands

    Games this weekend:

    Nottingham Forest at home to Huddersfield: 25'535
    Derby at home to Blackburn: 21'188


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    Quote Originally Posted by NFFC_Josh View Post
    Adult tickets behind the stand are £200
    Behind the stand is probably the best place to watch Derby from.


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    My sheep shagger mate got one of the £200 season tickets. In fairness, its a great deal and if the club were really serious about promoting the Lower Bridgford then they'd have done something similar.

    They get their seat behind the goal unless they play a side with a big away following (us for example) in which case they get given a ticket for another area of the ground.

    As much as I dislike them, Derby's marketing absolutely blows our's out of the water (if you forget the gay sheep masks of course).


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    Default Re: Best Supported Club in the East Midlands

    Has anybody posted this on the Leicester and Derby sites as I am sure they would be keen to share this news with us.


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    Ha love it.

    Derby's away following is notably poor. They don't like to leave their old fashioned little town do they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cms186 View Post
    Games this weekend:

    Nottingham Forest at home to Huddersfield: 25'535
    Derby at home to Blackburn: 21'188
    It was 23,200 pal.


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    Not according to the official site.


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    Default Re: Best Supported Club in the East Midlands

    During our match the crowd was announced on the big screen as 23,535.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    During our match the crowd was announced on the big screen as 23,535.
    That is home fans - plus 1975 away fans gives you the actual total


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    Default Re: Best Supported Club in the East Midlands

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimboreds View Post
    It was 23,200 pal.
    25,535


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimboreds View Post
    It was 23,200 pal.
    not according to the OS and the beeb it wasnt


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    And Sky.


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    Default Re: Best Supported Club in the East Midlands

    Quote Originally Posted by NFFC_Josh View Post
    And their tickets are so much cheaper than ours. £90 for an under 21 season ticket... Whereas I have to pay £258. Adult tickets behind the stand are £200 something whereas ours are £407.. So there is no excuse for them to have a lower average than us.
    Come on, be fair. £90 is a lot of money to pay out of their dole money, while £200 is nearly 4 weeks worth for an adult. They might have to give up their holidays in a caravan in Skegness.


 

 

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