Notts County set new National League attendance record
National League side Notts County set a new attendance record for the league as they beat Solihull Moors 2-0 at Meadow Lane.
The club offered reduced price tickets of £5 for adults and £1 for children as an incentive for fans to attend the game.
Saturday's crowd beat Bristol Rovers' record of 11,085 which was set in 2015.
Jason Turner, Notts County's chief executive, thanked the fans, old and new, and said it was a "very proud day for everyone connected with the club".
"On behalf of the board I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who attended and created such a memorable atmosphere - from our loyal season ticket holders who have stuck by the club through thick and thin to those making their first ever visit," Mr Turner said.
"You are all history-makers and our appreciation of your support is immeasurable."
County are currently 5th in the league as they look to make a return to the Football League after being relegated in 2019.