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2018/19 Away Attendance Thread

Discussion in 'Championship' started by brobdignagian, Aug 4, 2018.

  1. JoshBCFC

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    Tbf Sheff Wed only brought 1,500 odd to our place which wasn't that impressive. They were fairly loud though
     
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    You're obviously not as welcoming as we are.
     
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  4. Old codger

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    Yesterdays away attendances.

    Aston Villa - 3147
    Sheffield Wednesday - 2764
    Ipswich Town - 2195
    Blackburn Rovers - 1978
    Stoke City - 1800
    Nottingham Forest - 1700
    Wigan Athletic - 970
    Brentford - 860
    Derby County - 700
    Hull City - 472
    Reading ?
     
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    Why Derby so low when they are on a good run of form? Could understand that sort of following if they were down the bottom but not where they are.

    Ipswich stand out as a decent effort, Know London is one of their closer games but considersing their position think its a great effort.
     
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    0FA875AF-49D6-4590-97B3-AB0CCFEE690E.jpeg Derby’s support yesterday
     
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    204 Hull City fans at Bristol on (Wednesday night)
    472 Hull City fans at Bolton yesterday
    924 Hull City fans at Sheff Utd
    537 Hull City fans at Reading
    1225 Hull City fans at Rotherham (Tuesdsay night)
    551 Hull City fans at Sheff Utd (Tuesday night - League Cup)

    There's a couple of figures for Hull City. As you can see attendances are down and at I would say at an all time low.

    There are no away attendances for games at the KC as I am not sure how true our home attendances are.
     
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    Definitely our best away of the season, a proper day out and easy to get to. Even the derby is a bit of a pain being early on Sunday. Bit starved of accessible games this year, although Brentford and QPR are decent as well.
     
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    700 Rotherham fans at Deepdale, exactly.
     
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    2,162 city at Reading
     
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    Around 2,000 Town fans heading to Reading tomorrow. Wish I could go!
     
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    Will be there - great turnout.
     
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    1,887 Town fans
     
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    Just looking at the latest stats Leeds are head and shoulders above everyone one else.

    The mighty Aston Villa are approx 1,000 behind on averages. I’ve always said give villa several years at this level and their support would dwindle.
     
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    Dwindle? How's it dwindling if we continue to sell.out everywhere?

    Leeds took 7000 to Blackburn and 4500 to Wigan recently which boosts the numbers.

    We took 4000 to Blackburn for the 17:30 game, but still have Wigan, Reading and Wednesday to play for the 4000+ allocations.

    Everybody else, ourselves included, don't hand out particularly large allocations. Albion and Small Heath reduce ours.

    Meanwhile the Smurf Army are taking 1100 to Millwall and average a 1000 fewer, yet don't see the irony in criticising us in 2nd. 1st for average home attendances.
     
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    Despite everything you say and that’s not saying you’re wrong. Do you think you have better support than Leeds?

    Having a bigger ground surely helps to distort things somewhat. If Elland Road had a 40,000 plus capacity their home attendances would be much higher.

    We can review my points later on in the season notwithstanding the season after should you fail to get promoted again.

    The West Midlands don’t have a history of fanatical support, hence my claims. Leeds on the other hand do.
     
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    There's a reason Villa Park is bigger than Elland Road. Same reason Anfield is bigger than Villa Park.

    Leeds benefit from having plenty of glroyhunters who are now being punished, deservedly so, for taking money out of their local clubs pockets since the 1970s.

    They're a well supported side, take good numbers everywhere, as we do and despite us being on Sky every other week. Fair play to them.

    We've always been well supported. Even during our brief times out the top flight. We're averaging 33k at home and have had two 41k plus crowds so far. They'll be more at Villa Park tonight than have been at the Sty in 40 years. Despite all Brummies supporting Small Heath.

    Try again.
     
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    In fairness to Shaka your average away support has (as expected) slightly dwindled from your 1st season down here (despite having a better chance of promotion now imo) BUT anyone who is seriously knocking your away support is clutching at straws (I suppose Leeds fans from their lofty perch)
    A genuinely huge club with great support both home and away, even if not quite on the level of your 1st season down here.
     
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