Dons game attracts biggest league crowd for nearly 10 yearsGillingham were of course crowned League Two champions on Saturday after earning the point that they required and so clinch a first title since winning Division Four back in 1963-64.
The game against AFC Wimbledon at the weekend, here at MEMS Priestfield Stadium, attracted a crowd of 11,172 - the biggest attendance for nearly ten years.
This was the largest crowd for a home league fixture since West Ham United came to town in September 2003. That day Marlon King and on-loan centre-forward Trevor Benjamin were both on target in a 2-0 Gills win in a game which saw Hammers young striker Jermain Defoe sent-off.
Going back a little further there were 11,605 here for the first ever all-Kent league derby when Maidstone United won 2-1 here on Boxing Day 1989 – Alan Walker netting for Gillingham.