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Average home attendance as a % of population.

1 Brechin att 581/8.07%

2 Montrose att 789/6.59%

3 East Fife att 697/6.45%

4 Stenny att 571/5.60%

5 Forfar att 665/4.73%

6 Arbroath att 950/3.97%

7 Raith att 1555/3.14%

8 Dumbarton att 617/3.08%

9 Stranraer att 339/2.60%

10 Airdrie att 763/2.05%

 

Suspect East Fife will have benefited from Raith and Airdrie locals at Ibrox. Brechin possibly inflated with Arbroath title winning visit amongst other variables. Not promising 100% accuracy but mainly 2011 census based.

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3 minutes ago, Loondave1 said:

 

Average home attendance as a % of population.

1 Brechin att 581/8.07%

2 Montrose att 789/6.59%

3 East Fife att 697/6.45%

4 Stenny att 571/5.60%

5 Forfar att 665/4.73%

6 Arbroath att 950/3.97%

7 Raith att 1555/3.14%

8 Dumbarton att 617/3.08%

9 Stranraer att 339/2.60%

10 Airdrie att 763/2.05%

 

Suspect East Fife will have benefited from Raith and Airdrie locals at Ibrox. Brechin possibly inflated with Arbroath title winning visit amongst other variables. Not promising 100% accuracy but mainly 2011 census based.

 

I think that percentage flatters us I'm afraid as you probably only used the population of Methil instead of aggregating Leven/ Methil/Buckhaven...

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6 minutes ago, Loondave1 said:

 

Average home attendance as a % of population.

1 Brechin att 581/8.07%

2 Montrose att 789/6.59%

3 East Fife att 697/6.45%

4 Stenny att 571/5.60%

5 Forfar att 665/4.73%

6 Arbroath att 950/3.97%

7 Raith att 1555/3.14%

8 Dumbarton att 617/3.08%

9 Stranraer att 339/2.60%

10 Airdrie att 763/2.05%

 

Suspect East Fife will have benefited from Raith and Airdrie locals at Ibrox. Brechin possibly inflated with Arbroath title winning visit amongst other variables. Not promising 100% accuracy but mainly 2011 census based.

 

I imagine all the Angus clubs got a wee derby boost, considering a third of your home games were derbies.

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I imagine all the Angus clubs got a wee derby boost, considering a third of your home games were derbies.
Yes that's probably true and on that subject Stranraers location is definitely a huge negative. I'm saying nowt about "billy big baws" Rovers though..

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I imagine all the Angus clubs got a wee derby boost, considering a third of your home games were derbies.


Forfar had a good one at Christmas time but other than that doubt we've benefitted much aside from having more home fans through the gates

Best away support at us was Raith before Christmas

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IMG_0730.jpgThe very definition of one!!!

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22 minutes ago, Loondave1 said:

 

Average home attendance as a % of population.

1 Brechin att 581/8.07%

2 Montrose att 789/6.59%

3 East Fife att 697/6.45%

4 Stenny att 571/5.60%

5 Forfar att 665/4.73%

6 Arbroath att 950/3.97%

7 Raith att 1555/3.14%

8 Dumbarton att 617/3.08%

9 Stranraer att 339/2.60%

10 Airdrie att 763/2.05%

 

Suspect East Fife will have benefited from Raith and Airdrie locals at Ibrox. Brechin possibly inflated with Arbroath title winning visit amongst other variables. Not promising 100% accuracy but mainly 2011 census based.

 

If you define our "local area" as Levenmouth  (37651 as of 2014) rather than just Methil (10800, from Wiki), we are rooted to the bottom of the table at 1.85%. 

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If you define our "local area" as Levenmouth  (37651 as of 2014) rather than just Methil (10800, from Wiki), we are rooted to the bottom of the table at 1.85%. 
Yes. I was being kind and Stenny is another difficult one to draw the boundary. Could Raith lay claim to any of that area or would it just be seen as (smirks) glory hunters going to Starks ?

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16 minutes ago, 1320Lichtie said:

 


Forfar had a good one at Christmas time but other than that doubt we've benefitted much aside from having more home fans through the gates

Best away support at us was Raith before Christmas

 

Derbies made a significant difference to Arbroath's average attendance this season.

Average Angus derby crowd = 1,105

Average non-Angus derby crowd = 873

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33 minutes ago, Loondave1 said:

 

Average home attendance as a % of population.

1 Brechin att 581/8.07%

2 Montrose att 789/6.59%

3 East Fife att 697/6.45%

4 Stenny att 571/5.60%

5 Forfar att 665/4.73%

6 Arbroath att 950/3.97%

7 Raith att 1555/3.14%

8 Dumbarton att 617/3.08%

9 Stranraer att 339/2.60%

10 Airdrie att 763/2.05%

 

sad and shocked to see Raith with such poor attendances.

looking at that table we are going to skoosh the crowdwank league, easily.

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6 minutes ago, Loondave1 said:
11 minutes ago, Big Fifer said:
If you define our "local area" as Levenmouth  (37651 as of 2014) rather than just Methil (10800, from Wiki), we are rooted to the bottom of the table at 1.85%. 

Yes. I was being kind and Stenny is another difficult one to draw the boundary. Could Raith lay claim to any of that area or would it just be seen as (smirks) glory hunters going to Starks ?

Club catchment areas are generally pretty difficult to decide on. All of Levenmouth would be solidly within East Fife's but towns like Kinghorn, Burtisland, Thorton probably within Raith's and Glenrothes probably equidistant between the two.

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Our figure benefitting from all the derbies and probably the LPCT giveaway for the Stenny game (and the SC game against United if that's counted). Nevertheless, very impressive. The days of barely 200 in to watch the Shire/Rovers well gone for now....

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sad and shocked to see Raith with such poor attendances.
looking at that table we are going to skoosh the crowdwank league, easily.
And whom might u be with that mighty claim ?

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Can see this forum is going to be a big change from the League 2 one, after a whole season of listening to Clyde fans waffling & greeting non-stop having facts & figures & even percentages to look at is going to take a bit of getting used to. Impressive stuff. :)

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50 minutes ago, Loondave1 said:
53 minutes ago, Gordon EF said:
I imagine all the Angus clubs got a wee derby boost, considering a third of your home games were derbies.

Yes that's probably true and on that subject Stranraers location is definitely a huge negative. I'm saying nowt about "billy big baws" Rovers though..

Rovers is worse when you consider Glenrothes... 

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1 minute ago, peternapper said:

Can see this forum is going to be a big change from the League 2 one, after a whole season of listening to Clyde fans waffling & greeting non-stop having facts & figures & even percentages to look at is going to take a bit of getting used to. Impressive stuff. :)

You better get the spreadsheets fired up for next season.

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Our figure benefitting from all the derbies and probably the LPCT giveaway for the Stenny game (and the SC game against United if that's counted). Nevertheless, very impressive. The days of barely 200 in to watch the Shire/Rovers well gone for now....
League attendances only.

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Can see this forum is going to be a big change from the League 2 one, after a whole season of listening to Clyde fans waffling & greeting non-stop having facts & figures & even percentages to look at is going to take a bit of getting used to. Impressive stuff. 
20 mins work so don't quote me. That said bar the issue of catchment areas it's not far off.

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3 minutes ago, Gordon EF said:

You better get the spreadsheets fired up for next season.

Will get the bead counter on it asap.

 

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Rovers is worse when you consider Glenrothes... 
I'm putting Rovers to the back of my mind...till next season.

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