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Every 18/19 League Two club ranked by visiting fans for best atmosphere

So far we’ve seen sixteen teams ranked which you can see on the previous few pages. Here is 8th to 5th below…

8) TRANMERE ROVERS

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The number of visits by the users (of footballgroundmap.com) to Prenton Park is 25,283, and the average rating is 3 stars out of 5.

Won promotion from the National League via the playoffs.

A great ground for a club who should have never really left the Football League.

Were the best supported non league club with plenty of bumper crowds.

 

7) CARLISLE UNITED

The number of visits by the users (of footballgroundmap.com) to Brunton Park is 3,181, and the average rating is 3 stars out of 5.

Finished 10th which is a great finish after a disappointing first half of the season.

Brunton Park one of the few remaining proper grounds.

 

6) NOTTS COUNTY

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The number of visits by the users (of footballgroundmap.com) to Meadow Lane is 42,678, and the average rating is 3 stars out of 5.

A brilliant season saw Notts County finish in the playoffs but missed out on that final.

Meadow Lane regularly filled well, having the fourth best average attendance in the league. Seen plenty of clubs take large amounts to the ground too.

 

5) EXETER CITY

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The number of visits by the users (of footballgroundmap.com) to St James Park is 21,598, and the average rating is 3 stars out of 5.

Another great season for Exeter saw them finish in the playoffs and reach the final and unfortunately fail for the second consecutive season.

St James Park currently undergoing some work with new stands being built so away fans housed in the Ivor Doble Stand.

 

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