West Brom's 2024/25 Championship away days ranked in distance order including Luton, Pompey and Derby County

The line-up for the 2024/25 Championship season is almost complete.

West Brom will travel more than 5,400 in the 2023/24 Championship next season - and that will be more once they know the outcome of the play-off final.

The Baggies know 22 out of their 23 opponents for the next campaign. Leeds United and Southampton meet in the play-off final on Sunday (May 26) and the loser of that will face another year in English football's second tier.

West Brom lost one of their closest away match after Birmingham City's relegation to League One. A few trips to Yorkshire have been lost with Huddersfield Town and Rotherham United relegated but Sheffield United have come down. Derby County and Portsmouth have come up via the automatic promotion places in League One and a return to Pride Park will be one of the shorter journeys they make.

Coventry City will act as West Brom's closest match this season with a return journey taking just 55.2 miles. It is one of only two games that will take less than 100 miles to travel to and back.

The biggest stadium West Brom will visit is the 49,000 capacity stadium at Sunderland and that makes up the longest journey. Luton Town have the smallest groundwith just 12,000 fans permitted at Kenilworth Road and new boys Oxford United aren't that far off with a capacity of 12,500.

Here are all the stadiums Baggies fans will head to, with capacity and round-trip mileage (as caclulated by AA route planner’s with the quickest route from the Hawthorns), running from nearest to longest trip.

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