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Millmoor Attendances 2006-2007

Millmoor Attendances 2006-2007

Rotherham United's home crowd for season 2006-2007 is 10.1% down on last season.
A total of 109,512 fans saw the 23 League games played at Millmoor this season.

The average home gate works out at 4,762, compared to 5,306 in season 2005-2006.

The highest League gate was the 7,809 that saw the Nottingham Forest game on November 18th.
The gate that day was boosted by the 2,283 Forest fans present, which in turn was the highest away following of the season.
This was the highest League gate at Millmoor since the 7,937 when we lost 3-1 to Derby on February 19th 2005.

The lowest League gate was for the season was 3,223 for the Gillingham match on 7th April.
This being the lowest League gate since the 3,171 when we beat York City 1-0 on September 4th 1999.
The lowest away following this season being the 128 Swansea fans who made the trip up from South Wales on Tuesday February 27th.

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Date:Wednesday May 2 2007
Time: 10:48PM

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The crowd of 3,876 for the Cheltenham game was also the lowest last home game of the season crowd since 1998 when we drew 2-2 against Rochdale in front of just 3,463.
zipadeedoodah
02/05/2007 23:01:00
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It's sad isn't it - when you look at the old photo's (and some aren't really that old) that Zip has been putting up the crowds have been wonderful.
herringthorpe
02/05/2007 23:36:00
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