An aggregate of 2,461,975 supporters attended League Two matches in the 2018/19 season, around 100,000 down on the previous season.
So with the ever-changing fortunes of our beloved clubs, we take a look at how well each League Two side faired in getting supporters through the turnstiles.
Have a look below and on the next few pages which goes through the list from least full to most full, there were a few surprises:
24) PORT VALE
Port Vale ended up finishing 20th in League Two this season, and saw Vale Park 23.30 per cent full, ranking them bottom of this list. Their fans boycotted matches against their owner who has since giving the club to someone else.
23) CARLISLE UNITED
Carlisle United ended up finishing 11th in League Two this season, and saw Brunton Park 26.30 per cent full, ranking them at 23rd in this list.
22) MK DONS
Milton Keynes Dons ended up finishing 3rd and promoted from League Two this season, and saw Stadium MK 27.00 per cent full, ranking them at 22nd in this list.
21) YEOVIL TOWN
Yeovil Town ended up finishing 24th and relegated from League Two this season, and saw Huish Park 30.90 per cent full, ranking them at 21st in this list. Fans of this club were also frustrated with the owners and decisions made. One of those was sacking Darren Way far later than wanted to, contributing to the club’s exit from the EFL.
Take a look at 20th to 17th by clicking on the next page.