Championship away attendance table - how West Brom compare to Cardiff City, Leeds United, Hull City, Southampton and rivals

Here's how a Championship away attendance table stands after 24 games so far.

West Brom have two home double-headers over the festive period and beat Norwich City 1-0 on Boxing Day. The Baggies have Leeds United up next, and they have one of the best away supports in the division.

'Leeds would have taken more' is a line used by many supporters in a satirical sense, and is usually said when a team sells out their allocation. The Whites had an allocation of 2,009 tickets, and it'll be interesting to see what kind of atmosphere is generated on Friday (December 29) night.

We're a little over the half-way stage of the campaign, and most clubs have had either 12 or 13 away matches now, and so it's a good judge of where the away attendances are at. Several clubs have the luxury of being based in the middle of the country, and so not many matches are deemed too extreme to travel to. Middlesbrough are West Brom's most northern fixture, and then Plymouth Argyle is their most southern.

West Brom on New Year's Day have a trip to Swansea City, and that's a ground in which there is usually a good level of support at. Results in South Wales have been mixed, but having seen a win over Cardiff in November, fans will be hoping for the same against different Welsh opposition.

Here is how West Brom's average away attendance compares to the likes of Cardiff City, Hull City, Southampton and the other 20 teams in the division. All information comes from EFL website The 72, who have collated the information over the course of the 2023/24 season.

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