How much did Boston United spend on agents' fees this year? How does it compare to rivals?

Non-league clubs spent more than £270,00 on intermediaries...

Boston United spent £1,000 on agents' fees. Photo: Oliver Atklin

Non-league clubs spent more than £270,000 on agents' fees between February 2020 and February 2021, it has been revealed.

Today the FA published the payments and transactions involving registered , as they do every year in line with FIFA’s Regulations on Working with Intermediaries .

Boston United spent £1,000 on agents' fees - but that figure much less than money spent by some rival clubs.

That money involved the arrivals of Ross Fitzsimons, Terry Hawkridge, Jordan archer and Lewis Gibbens.

Notts County spent a whopping £57,958 - the highest in non-league.

The highest in the National League North, the Pilgrims' division, was AFC Fylde.

Their combined bill came to £18,388.

The total spent by non-league clubs was £271,838.

Agents' fees:

1 Notts County £57,958

2 Stockport County £46,275

3 Solihull Moors £25,218

4 AFC Fylde £18,388

5 Dagenham & Redbridge £18,085

6 Hartlepool United £14,403

7 York City £13,099

8 Kidderminster Harriers £11,755

9 Eastleigh £9,560

10 Halifax Town £8,483

11 Sutton United £8,178

12 Ebbsfleet United £7,710

13 Boreham Wood £7,515

14 Torquay United £5,564

15 Wrexham £3,080

16 Hereford £2,640

17 Maidenhead United £2,535

18 South Shields £2,405

19 Darlington £2,340

20 Chesterfield £1,430

21 King's Lynn Town £1,400

22 Yeovil Town £1,287

23 Boston United £1,000

24 Bath City £580

25 Aldershot Town £500

26 Guiseley £450

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