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// Wigan Top Attendance Charts

by Warriors Staff

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Friday night's attendance at the DW Stadium means that Wigan Warriors have become Super League's best supported Club for the 3rd successive year.

The attendance of 21,522 for the game between Wigan and St Helens also broke the record for the best attended regular round fixture in Super League this year, and meant that Wigan topped the season averages with 16,043, ahead of Leeds in second place with 14,948.

Home support was boosted by an average of 831 away fans at the DW Stadium, with Warrington Wolves bringing the biggest following of 3,893 when they visited Wigan in March.

Six Super League teams averaged crowds of more than 10,000 during the 2012 regular season, while attendances totalled 1,743,040 (not including Magic Weekend). Wigan were the only club to gain an aggregate attendance of over 200,000 in league fixtures this year seeing 208,559 people pass through the turnstiles.

The Warriors were watched by an average of 10,824 in away league ties in 2012.

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