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2016/17 Season in Numbers

26 May 2017

The figures behind City's record-breaking campaign...

115,621 | Number of supporters through the St James Park turnstiles this season. Support.

9,000 | City fans have clocked up over 9,000 miles to watch their team on the road this season. Service stations.

3,066 | Trust members by the end of the season. Fan-owned.

2008 | Ryan Harley is the only player among the current crop to have featured in the Club’s previous play-off final at Wembley nine years ago. Longevity. 

95 | Minutes on the clock when Jack Stacey found the net against Carlisle in the play-off semi-final second-leg. Ecstasy.

75 | Goals in City's 'for' column this season - the third highest in League 2. Target.

43 | Appearances for players' player of the season Jake Taylor. Engine.

24 | The Grecians' league position in mid-November. Turnaround.

23 years, 28 days | Age gap between Ethan Ampadu and Matt Oakley. Blend.

20 | Goals for top-scorer David Wheeler (all competitions). Clinical.

15 | Ethan Ampadu became the youngest ever player to pull on the red and white shirt at 15 years, 10 months and 26 days, beating the record previously set by Cliff Bastin in 1928. Future.

13 | Clean sheets. Shutout.

13 | A record-breaking number of away victories this term. Party poopers.

10 | Stoppage-time goals, including two in a minute to earn a draw against Yeovil Town in March. Last-gasp.

9 | Academy products gained first-team minutes: Alex Byrne, Christy Pym, Connor Riley-Lowe, Ethan Ampadu, James Hamon, Jordan Moore-Taylor, Kyle Egan, Matt Jay and Ollie Watkins. Youth.

7 | David Wheeler scored in seven consecutive matches between 31 December and 4 February, breaking an 80-year record. History.

4 | Summer signings: Liam McAlinden, Lloyd James, Robbie Simpson and Troy Archibald-Henville. Quartet.

4 | Biggest margin of victory against Leyton Orient and Crewe Alexandra (4-0). Clinical.

3 | City's trip to the Capital on Sunday will mark the Club's third ever visit to Wembley - all three have come during Paul Tisdale's reign. Hat-trick.

1 | More game to go...


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