Stanley managing director Rob Heys says it’s down to the club to attract stayaway fans back to the Crown Ground.
The attendance of 1,149 for Saturday’s loss to Exeter was the lowest league crowd since 1,086 watched Stanley host Darlington in March 2009.
But the club refuse to moan about it, instead insisting they need to get out into the community to attract people to come to the Crown Ground.
Heys admits the £17 walk-on price could detract people from making the trip but he hopes that the crowds will be higher from now on.
"There were just over 1,000 home supporters on Saturday on the back of two wins which brought home to us that we need to work harder to attract the fans back," said Heys.
"We have got to get out in the community more and make people aware of when we are playing.
So far, if they don’t read the Observer or the club’s website the only time they see the result is on TV at 5pm and then might think ‘I’d have gone if I had known’ so as a club we need to be out there promoting our fixtures and Accrington Stanley more and encouraging people to come to the Crown Ground. We need to make people more aware.
"We know £17 is a lot of money in this current climate but we are still among one of the cheapest in League Two for walk-ons and for season tickets.
"We are doing our best to entertain on the pitch. We are not here just to survive, as we have shown in the past by reaching the play-offs, but we want to have a real go at the league.
"I think, even if people come once or twice a season, they will see a good product on the pitch and a friendly atmosphere at the ground where they can feel involved whether they win, lose or draw.
"It’s important as a club that we get this across."