Northampton Town's average home league attendance in 2016/17 was 6,245, an increase on the League 2 title winning season by more than 18%, and the club’s highest average home attendance since 1998.
In a season where the club recorded its highest EFL finish since 2008, the Cobblers also recorded seven league attendances of 7,000+, the most number of 7,000+ home attendances for nineteen years.
The club have also seen a big rise in the number of junior season ticket holders, with numbers up by 117%. Junior memberships have increased by 132% with sales of junior shirts up by 58%.
"These figures are fantastic and shows how the club is growing," said Chairman Kelvin Thomas.
"The club has recorded its highest average attendance for nineteen years and that is a sign of our progress.
"This growth and the recent Family Excellence Award is a testament to how hard we are working to provide the best possible matchday experience we can for supporters of all ages. We are very proud of these figures.
"Season ticket sales for 2017/18 are encouraging too and give us an excellent base to work from as we begin our work to strengthen the squad this summer."
2017/18 season tickets remain on sale from the ticket office at Sixfields and via www.ntfcdirect.co.uk - prices are frozen.