West Brom's average away Championship attendance compare to Middlesbrough, Cardiff City, Leicester City and QPR

A look at the Championship clubs with the best and worst away attendance figures so far this season.

We're nearly three quarters of a way through the 2023/24 Championship season - and there's been a brilliant level of support.

You'll struggle to find another country in the world that boasts the incredible lengths that fans will go to back their team either home or away. It may not be exclusive but it does tend to be the norm in England that there are thousands of people supporting their team each and every week up and down the country.

The second tier of English football has some fairly big clubs and they are backed by big fan bases. There's only a select few teams who have yet to compete in the Premier League since its inception in 2022 and right now the current top six have all at least played in the Prem over the last 32-years.

Bottom of the table Rotherham United, as well as Millwall, Preston North End, Bristol City and Plymouth Argyle are the only teams not to have played in the Prem. The Pilgrims are back in the Championship after a few years away and they've made the most of being back in the Championship, where they regularly sell out Home Park and take good away followings to everywhere.

Here thanks to figures obtained by The 72 and added to by us from the weekly information they collate, we can see how well teams are doing when it comes to following their team. Every team is in to the four figures and so that in itself shows how well supported each team is.

Take a look at how West Brom compare to the likes of Middlesbrough, Cardiff City, Leicester City, QPR and the 19 other teams in the division. *This up to the Sunday, February 3.

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