Oldham attendances show remarkable increase on 2018

Drew Darbyshire

Oldham’s attendances have increased by 21% this season.

The Rugby Football League have revealed figures for Oldham’s average home attendances in League 1 this season.

Oldham’s crowds are up by 21%, which is the competition’s third highest increase. Figures have shown that Oldham’s gate has increased in all eight home fixtures they have played this season.

The Roughyeds’ attendances are up by 21% this season, with almost 300 more spectators attending their games against London Skolars and Workington.

Oldham’s 2019 League 1 average attendances (2018 average in brackets): 

Coventry 451 (373)

Hunslet 652 (544)

London Skolars 709 (419)

Keighley Cougars 591 (530)

North Wales Crusaders 616 (466)

West Wales Crusaders 552 (274)

Whitehaven 546 (413)

Workington Town 765 (486)

The Roughyeds host Doncaster this Sunday and the club are offering members of the emergency services and NHS workers ticket entry for just £9.99 on production of their ID cards.

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