Wrexham AFC has started the season strongly on the pitch and their supporters have followed suit. 

Phil Parkinson's side sit second in the table, one point off top spot in the National League, and the club is also averaging the biggest home attendance in the league. 

The Reds have won all four of their home games so far this season, during which they have averaged a home crowd of 9,850, according to FootballWebPages.

Wrexham are some way clear of second-placed Oldham too, averaging over 2,500 more each game. 

Many people involved with the club know that Wrexham don't belong in the fifth tier of English football and their attendances back up that point. 

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Wrexham's average crowd would see them rank second out of all the League Two clubs, ranked ninth in League One, it would beat a team in the Championship and is only 300 fans off a Premier League side.  

Meaning that out of the 92 teams in the top four English leagues, Wrexham would rank 52nd. 

The level of support shown so far this season has even beaten a number of European clubs. 

Wrexham has a bigger average attendance than AS Monaco, in the French Ligue 1. 

Six years ago, the French side won the league in France and were in the semi-finals of the Champions League.


So far this season, Wrexham AFC have averaged more than 3,000 fans at each game.

Italian first division side Sassuolo, who were competing in the Europa League not so long ago, have an average attendance of almost 1,000 below Wrexham. 

Konyaspor, a Turkish first division side who have recently played in the Europa League and UEFA Conference League have also been bettered by the Reds with close to 3,500 more fans at each home game. 

It's a football cliche that fans can be the twelfth man and can make the all-important difference, Phil Parkinson and his side will certainly be hoping that is the case throughout the season.