In recent seasons the National League has shown quality in an abundance.
Traditionally quality clubs been promoted over the years, with average crowds and interest in the league rocketing as a result.
Here we take a look at the league’s proud history to bring you 13 facts you may not know.
1. Most points
Wrexham set the new benchmark with 111 points in the 2022/23 season. It beat the previous best set by Crawley of 105 in 2010/11. Photo: Jan Kruger
2. Longest in the league
The longest tenured team currently competing in the National League is Aldershot Town, who have been competing in the National League since 2013/14 Photo: Alex Pantling
3. Fallen giants
There is one former Premier League club competing in the National League: Oldham Athletic. Photo: Clive Mason
4. Crowd pullers
Wrexham have the biggest average crowd over the course of a season with 9,973 last season. The average crowd around the league was 3,378. Photo: Jess Hornby