There was a list of Fyldes average attendances for each season online. Unfortunately I can't find it now. There did appear to be though a direct correlation between the protest years at BFC and a rise in Fyldes attendances, but then a decrease, even with being in the National League, which as I remember, though I could also be wrong, tied in with the end of the Oyston era and the beginning of the fans return to Bloomfield Road.I'm guessing both owners have enough money to keep their assets as a going concern.
I think the good news for them is they know their average home attendances isn't going to move very much really unless they plummet down the leagues which might happen I suppose. So setting a budget is fairly easy.
Certainly FTFC will benefit from some decent away followings visiting next season (Covid permitting) and can easily see them having sell outs of they give over ⅔ of the ground etc.
Oh the wider point, they can do whatever they want with their own money and football is all about dreaming of promotion; I think though, it's a far harder proposition now and the days of multi-scarfers are limited.
I hope they both fail for all the obvious reasons of only having one league team on the Fylde Coast but that's got nothing to do with the owners.
I can't really see them getting an increase again or the building of a 4th stand.