We take a look at all the attendances in midweek from Non League as fans are finally allowed back into grounds, with some for the first time since March.
It was three weeks ago that seven English Football League clubs were allowed to have fans enter through the turnstiles, but under certain guidelines with it being still a coronavirus pandemic.
A week later, new guidelines have been issued, with many counties placed under lockdown, and now, previously planned fan test events for upcoming league games have been put on hold.
Fans will be allowed to attend football in the seventh tier and below, but in certain leagues, after the government updated its guidance on recreational team sport events.
Pressure mounts of getting fans allowed to attend National League, North and South games ready the season already under-way next week, even if a cash sum has been handed out to teams at this level to keep them going.
Those in the stands did not need to wear face coverings in their seats but was a must while entering, with areas marked out where fans could sit/stand.
Areas were marked out where fans could sit while face coverings had to be worn while entering the ground, but not in the stadium seats or in the terraces.