Championship away attendance table compares West Brom, QPR and Sheffield Wednesday's support v rivals

The latest figures for the average away attendances of the 2023/24 Championship season have been revealed.

West Brom play Sunderland at the Hawthorn's in their penultimate home match of the 2023/24 Championship season.

The Baggies have a good home record with 14 wins out of their 21 games. As for their record on their travels, they've only registered six victories in 21 matches. The record however still has them competing for a play-off spot and at the moment they're fifth in the table and have a gap of nine points over Coventry City who are fighting for a play-off spot.

After playing Sunderland on Saturday, it's two back-to-back away games before hosting play-off chasing Preston North End on Saturday, May 4. Next week, it's the short trip to face Leicester City who are fighting in a three-team race for the title. In two weeks, West Brom travel to Sheffield Wednesday who are battling to avoid the drop after winning the League One play-offs last term.

A total of 3,305 tickets have been allocated to West Brom next week with tickets priced at £35 for adults. As for Wednesday, they've got 2,400 tickets and the price for them is £27. You’d expect that those tickets will be snapped up given the importance of both fixtures.

On the pitch, West Brom are battling for a play-off spot, and the fans will play a big part as to whether they achieve that. Football is competitive and that competitive nature can even carry over to the stands. Supporters want their club to be regarded as the best, and thankfully there’s a barometer for that.

Thanks to EFL website The 72 we can take a look at the best supported clubs in the Championship when it comes to supporting your team on the road. Here we take a look at the likes of West Brom, QPR and Sheffield Wednesday, as well as the other 21 teams in the division.

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