Sussex football's best supported sides: Which non-league teams have the highest average home attendance this season?
Supporters have been out in numbers cheering on teams from across Sussex this season.
By Lewis Mason
Thursday, 11th April 2019, 2:35 pm
Updated Thursday, 11th April 2019, 2:42 pm
Find out the best supported sides in success - in terms of highest average home attendance. Picture: Stephen Goodger
Whether the side you follow plays at National League South, Bostik League or Southern Combination League level, fans have been attending in force. But now you can find out which team is the best supported - in terms of highest average home attendance up to this point of the campaign - in the county. All attendances are correct as of April 11. Pictures are courtesy of photographers Scott White, Jon Rigby, Grahame Lehkyj, Darren Crisp, Tommy McMillan, Chris Neal and Stephen Goodger.
Three Bridges were promoted to the Bostik League South East Division last term and sit 15th in the table. Picture: Darren Crisp
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East Grinstead sit 13th in the Bostik League South East Division. Picture: Darren Crisp
Haywards Heath Town reached the Bostik League South East Division for the first time in their history after being crowned SCFL Premier Division champions last season. Picture: Grahame Lehkyj
Bostik League South East Division outfit Horsham have been forced to play 'home' matches at Sussex HQ in Lancing for the past two seasons. Picture: John Lines
One of two SCFL Premier Division teams to feature on this list. Picture: Derek Martin
Eastbourne Town are the only team in the SCFL Premier Division to average more than 200 supporters at home matches this season. Picture: Jon Rigby
Whitehawk were relegated from the National League South last season and are in a relegation scrap to remain in the Bostik League Premier Division this term. Picture: Tommy McMillan
Burgess Hill Town are currently two points from saftey with four Bostik League Premier Division games to play. Picture: Chris Neal
Hastings United need four points from their final four Bostik League South East games to secure a play-off place. Picture: Scott White
Bognor's play-off hopes have been dealt a blow in recent weeks. They sit 12th in the Bostik League Premier Division. Picture: Tommy McMillan
Eastbourne Borough may be the highest-placed non-league side in Sussex but they only have the third highest average home attendance at present. Picture: Jon Rigby
There's a feelgood factor at Lewes this season after being promoted as champions to the Bostik League Premier Division last season. That's been reflected in attendances this term.
Worthing are out in front in terms of average home attendances at present. Adam Hinshelwood's fourth sit in the Bostik League Premier Division. Picture: Stephen Goodger