Attendances

The table below shows the average home attendances in all competitions, and league only, with the percentage change from the previous season. Attendance data is available from the 1995/96 season onwards.

Season All Comps % Change League % Change
1995/96 440 x 402 x
1996/97 503 14.32 427 6.22
1997/98 585 16.30 479 12.18
1998/99 610 4.27 480 -0.21
1999/00 675 10.66 703 46.46
2000/01 72 7.11 667 -5.12
2001/02 808 11.76 790 18.44
2002/03 747 -7.55 714 -9.62
2003/04 615 -17.67 640 -10.36
2004/05 581 -5.53 513 -19.84
2005/06 495 -14.80 493 -3.90
2006/07 392 -20.81 423 -14.20
2007/08 321 -18.11 322 -23.88
2008/09 336 4.67 310 -3.73
2009/10 284 -15.48 283 -8.71
2010/11 263 -7.39 258 -8.83
2011/12 234 -11.03 237 -8.14
2012/13 193 -17.52 202 -14.77
2013/14 216 11.92 224 10.89
2014/15 214 -0.93 208 -7.14
2015/16 193 -9.81 198 -4.81
2016/17 285 47.67 296 49.49
2017/18 243 -14.74 249 -15.88
2018/19 250 2.88 266 6.83

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The table below shows Tivvy's position in the English football pyramid, charted against their average league attendance. There is a reasonably strong correlation between level of performance and matchday attendances.

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This table is a simple snapshot of average home attendances in each calendar year, which shows a clear decline in support across Tivvy's Southern League seasons. While on-field success is the obvious driver, we should also consider the pyramid restructing in 2004 and 2018 which has led to an over all lower standard of opposition, and thus logically less travelling support.

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