-27 - Burton Albion and Barnet share the record for the lowest goal difference in the npower League 2. Neither side were relegated though.
0 - Shrewsbury Town were the only side in the whole of The Football League to remain unbeaten at home.
3 - Macclesfield Town and Accrington Stanley could only muster three away wins all season. Accrington finished 14th, whilst Macclesfield were relegated.
4 - Crawley Town lost just four times on the road all season, form that got them promoted to League 1, their second successive promotion.
4 - Four players all bagged 18 goals to top the scoring chart. AFC Wimbledon's Jack Midson, Barnet's Izale McLeod, Northampton Town's Adebayo Akinfenwa and Rotherham United's Lewis Grabban all share the top goalscorer gong.
4 - Four players have played all 46 games for their respective clubs. Torquay United's Robert Olejnik and Kevin Nicholson have appeared in all of the Gulls' matches, whilst Crewe Alexandra's Steve Phillips and Morecambe's Chris McCready have also played all 46.
8 - Macclesfield's win count of eight is the lowest in the division.
8 - Accrington Stanley picked up the most dismissals this season.
10 - Northampton were the most generous side in the penalty box, giving away 10 penalties this term.
14 - Gillingham's Charlie Lee was yellow carded 14 times, making him the most booked player in the league.
15 - Kevin Ellison is the league's highest goal scoring midfielder.
17 - Crewe Alexandra's Nick Powell was just 17 when he bagged his first goal for the club, a curling effort in a 3-1 away win against AFC Wimbledon in October. The youngster went on to have a brilliant season, scoring 14 goals and winning The Football League Apprentice of the Year for League 2, as well as picking up every single accolade at Crewe's annual awards.
19 - Southend United's Ryan Hall has the most assists, setting up 19 goals. Five ahead of nearest rival, Swindon's Matt Ritchie.
26 - Swindon Town kept an astonishing 26 clean sheets this season, just over half of their matches. Six more than nearest rivals Torquay United.
32 - Unsurprisingly, Champions Swindon Town had the best defensive record, conceding just 32 goals.
39 - Rock-bottom Macclesfield were the division's lowest scorers.
41 - Southend United were the best travellers in the league, picking up 41 points from their 23 away games.
43 - Northampton Town have the worst home defensive record, conceding 43 goals at Sixfields Stadium. Swindon have the best, conceding just eight goals at the County Ground this term.
47 - Its been a rocky season for Northampton Town and it's no surprise they have used the most players in the division, 47 in total.
48 - Burton Albion goalkeeper Kevin Poole brought his 32-year career to an end this and hung up his gloves aged 48.
77 - Southend were the highest scorers, finding the net 77 times.
81 - Burton Albion conceded 81 goals in their 46 league matches, which isn't far off two per game.
82 - Bristol Rovers accumulated the most yellow cards.
88 - Northampton's talismanic striker Adebayo Akinfenwa gave away the most fouls. The men in black were forced to blow their whistles 88 times to penalise the big striker, two less than his foul total of 90 last term. This is the fourth season in a row that Akinfenwa has registered over 80 fouls.
112 - Crewe's Nick Powell had the most shots in the division, with 112 attempts registered. 44 were on target whilst 68 were off target. The attacking midfielder also wins the award for hitting the woodwork the most, with seven of his shots coming back off the bar or post.
396 - Port Vale had the least amount of shots in the league. 231 were on target with the 165 missing.
654 - Crawley Town had by far the most shots in the division with 654. 312 hit the target whilst 342 sailed high or wide. Their nearest rivals in the shooting charts is Southend United, who registered 553.
1,784 - Accrington Stanley have the lowest average attendance this year in League 2.
17,014 - Bradford City's attendance of 17,014 against Hereford United in February was the league's highest gate number for the season.
10,171 - The Bantams also lead the way in the average attendance table.
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