Final EFL attendance table shows largest fanbases out of Birmingham City, Bolton Wanderers, Sheffield Wednesday, Derby County, Bradford City and more - gallery

Here’s the final average EFL attendance figures for the 2022/23 season – with clubs from The Championship, League One and League Two ranked.

It’s been another scintillating season in the English Football League and there’s still some action left to go with anxious play-off ties to be played at Wembley Stadium.

Over the course of the entire campaign, hundreds of thousands of supporters have travelled up and down the nation to watch their teams play.

West Midlands sides Birmingham City and West Bromwich Albion certainly weren’t exceptions to that as they were among the best-supported clubs.

But they’re not the sole teams with big followings as lots of others have maintained giant turnouts right the way from the season’s start in July to the current day.

With that in mind, we’ve taken a look at how the 72 teams across the Championship, League One and League Two have fared, creating a top 40.

From the most to least, flick through the pages to see how Birmingham, West Brom and 38 other teams rank for average home attendance.

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