Boom time for Lowestoft Town

RIDGEONS League, Premier Division leaders Lowestoft Town are experiencing a boom time after reaching the final of the FA Vase at Wembley last May.Sudbury Town and Diss Town won themselves many fresh supporters through their Vase exploits in the nineties, proving that it is glamourous competitions like the Vase that can attract football followers to attend non league grounds.

Elvin King

RIDGEONS League, Premier Division leaders Lowestoft Town are experiencing a boom time after reaching the final of the FA Vase at Wembley last May.

Sudbury Town and Diss Town won themselves many fresh supporters through their Vase exploits in the nineties, proving that it is glamourous competitions like the Vase that can attract football followers to attend non league grounds.

And to then stay loyal and get in the habit of visiting 'local' grounds on Saturday afternoons.


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The attendance at each of Lowestoft Town's seven home games this season has topped 400, with 672 at their crucial league match with Leiston last week.

Their average attendance is a very impressive 487, higher than over half the teams in the Blue Square Conference North and South Divisions.

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