Guinness Premiership attendances rise

1 July 2007 by RR Editor

Attendances over the course of the 2006/7 season in the Guinness Premiership have risen once again to top 11,000 for the first time.


After 132 matches in this season's Guinness Premiership, the average per match crowd was 11,117, a rise of 7.4% on the previous season.


The record crowd for a Guinness Premiership match, outside the London Double Header, was broke...

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