Date: 2nd July 2013 at 7:43pm
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The Football League have released their figures for last season`s attendances in the Football League with Doncaster Rovers showing a large decrease in attendances at the Keepmoat Stadium despite winning the League One title.

Rovers saw a 23% drop on attendances from their last season in the championship with an average attendance at the Keepmoat last season of 7,222 compared to 9,338 in the 2011/12 season.

A lot of this can be attributed to a much smaller away following in League One with away support down by 68%.

Doncaster continue to have a good away following with an average of 805 fans going to each away game.

You can see a full list on the Football League Website


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