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The Championships Best Travellers 2016/17

The Championships Best Travellers 2016/17

With one game remaining in the Championship campaign of 2016/17, who had the best and biggest away following across the year.

With plenty of historic names in the Championship battle this year and their former successes in the world of football, there are a number of clubs who can involve themselves in the 'biggest club' debate but the Birmingham Mail have crunched the numbers to discover which club had the highest average away following this year.

A number of well known clubs find themselves battling it out in the top ten on that average but only three clubs break the 3000 mark and only two break the 2000 mark.

And here they are.

Pos
Club - Away 2016/17
Avg
1
Aston Villa
3413
2
Leeds United
3305
3
Newcastle United
3140
4
Sheffield Wednesday
2474
5
Huddersfield Town
2172
6
Wolverhampton Wanderers
1780
7
Derby County
1775
8
Birmingham City
1725
9
Nottingham Forest
1699
10
Norwich City
1661
11
Preston North End
1556
12
Brighton
1512
13
Barnsley
1459
14
Bristol City
1350
15
Reading
1159
16
Fulham
1107
17
Rotherham United
1022
18
Ipswich Town
979
19
Blackburn Rovers
964
20
Brentford
936
21
Queens Park Rangers
910
22
Cardiff City
849
23
Wigan Athletic
808
24
Burton Albion
796


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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Thursday May 4 2017
Time: 11:00AM

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