Liversedge have seen a crowd increase of over 101 per cent from their eight home matches this season.
The club’s average crowd so far this season is 185, up from 69 last term, with only Worksop Town and Handsworth Parramore boasting higher average gates.
The Liversedge total is, of course, boosted by the 605 who turned up to watch the Bridlington Town game last month but it is still a significant increase and those who have witnessed matches at Clayborn this season will not have been disappointed.
Liversedge have won seven out of eight Northern Counties East League Premier Division games at home so far and only Cleethorpes Town can better that record.
Sedge entertain Pickering Town on Saturday (ko 3pm) as they bid to maintain third place in the table.
Liversedge are also just two points behind second placed local rivals Thackley with a game in hand.