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Stevenage home - best home League attendance for seven years
Wed May 2, 2018 11:55

Wanderers’ final game of the 2017/18 campaign will see a season best attendance at Adams Park. The Club reported on the Tuesday before the Stevenage game that the ‘home’ terrace and ‘The Family Stand’ [Origin] had both sold out. The ‘Old Main Stand’ [Beechdean] was reported as being sold out early on Wednesday afternoon. The only remaining tickets left for ‘home’ fans, as of Wednesday afternoon were 500 in the Woodlands Stand [Frank Adams].

As previously reported on COTN, Adams Park has a current registered 'safe' capacity of 9,552 capacity. This leaves around 7,700 for Wanderers fans, including a reduced terrace capacity of 1,429. The 'away end' reduced in capacity from just over 2,000 to 1,850 in June 2014 following a request from Thames Valley Police who were concerned with persistent standing in the all-seater area.

With Stevenage expected to bring around 400 supporters, the total attendance should be just over 8,000 – making this the highest home league attendance at Adams Park since the final game of the 2010/11 season when 8,567 turned out for the promotion winning game against Southend United.

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