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away followings thread

Enjoyed reading the thread from last season with updates on the travelling masses (and Charlton).

I cant remember who started it - maybe @The Organiser or @ElfsborgAddick - any plans to do one this season ?
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  • is there a site you can look up attendances is on the big footy forum used to do one, but there page can be quite hard to navigate.
  • Wasn't me before but found this for last weekend. * means sold out.


    #1 Rangers at Celtic – 7,500*
    #2 Birmingham City at Fulham – 3,800
    #3 Newcastle at Derby – 3,177*
    #4 Man City at Man Utd – 3,125*
    #5 Southampton at Arsenal – 3,000*
    #6 Watford at West Ham – 3,000*
    #7 Leicester at Liverpool – 2,900*
    #8 Forest at Villa – 2,869*
    #9 Tottenham at Stoke – 2,780*
    #10 Huddersfield at Leeds – 2,721*
  • Last weekend:

    #1 Oxford at MK – 3,982
    #2 Wolves at Newcastle – 3,257*
    #3 Sunderland at Spurs – 2,900*
    #4 Boro at Everton – 2,800*
    #5 West Ham at WBA – 2,800*
    #6 Carlisle at Blackpool – 2,708*
    #7 Arsenal at Hull – 2,510*
    #8 Burnley at Leicester – 2,500
    #9 Hearts at St. Johnstone – 2,480*
    #10 Celtic at Inverness – 2,200*
  • Accrington have sold 700+ tickets for match at tax payers stadium tonight.

    Tremendous turnout for them.
  • Last weekend:

    #1 Oxford at MK – 3,982
    #2 Wolves at Newcastle – 3,257*
    #3 Sunderland at Spurs – 2,900*
    #4 Boro at Everton – 2,800*
    #5 West Ham at WBA – 2,800*
    #6 Carlisle at Blackpool – 2,708*
    #7 Arsenal at Hull – 2,510*
    #8 Burnley at Leicester – 2,500
    #9 Hearts at St. Johnstone – 2,480*
    #10 Celtic at Inverness – 2,200*

    Last weekend:
    Good work, where do you get these figures from?

  • Just from one of the Facebook groups that publishes the top 10 every week.
  • That turnout for Oxford at MKD is really impressive. While MK is relatively close, it's not as if there are direct trains there
  • That turnout for Oxford at MKD is really impressive. While MK is relatively close, it's not as if there are direct trains there

    It would be interesting if you could find a survey of how people travel to away games. Going by train would probably be in the minority tbh.
  • That turnout for Oxford at MKD is really impressive. While MK is relatively close, it's not as if there are direct trains there

    New ground and a local derby, so not really that surprising
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  • That turnout for Oxford at MKD is really impressive. While MK is relatively close, it's not as if there are direct trains there

    New ground and a local derby, so not really that surprising
    A local derby of sorts, but 38 miles away by road so not that local!
  • That turnout for Oxford at MKD is really impressive. While MK is relatively close, it's not as if there are direct trains there

    New ground and a local derby, so not really that surprising
    A local derby of sorts, but 38 miles away by road so not that local!
    That's probably less than an hour's ride. It usually takes me more that that to get to the valley
  • edited September 2016
    Cracking from Sunderland. Playing poorly. Sun 4pm on sky.
  • Good stuff.
  • edited September 2016

    Wasn't me before but found this for last weekend. * means sold out.


    #1 Rangers at Celtic – 7,500**

    1500 per goal.
  • ChiAddick said:

    Cracking from Sunderland. Playing poorly. Sun 4pm on sky.

    3000 of them would of been Mackems based in the SE though... great turnout though and proper club.
  • edited October 2016
    Three weekends ago:

    #1 Aston Villa at Preston – 5,657*
    #2 Celtic at Dundee – 4,000*
    #3 QPR at Fulham – 3,500*
    #4 Boro at West Ham – 3,000*
    #5 Man City at Spurs – 2,700
    #6 Newcastle at Rotherham – 2,587*
    #7 Barnsley at Leeds – 2,413*
    #8 Arsenal at Burnley – 2,402*
    #9 Bournemouth at Watford – 2,158*
    #10 Chelsea at Hull – 2,122

    Weekend just gone:

    #1 Rangers at Inverness – 3,700*
    #2 Leeds at Derby – 3,132*
    #3 Everton at Man City – 3,000*
    #4 Leicester at Chelsea – 3,000*
    #5 Swansea at Arsenal – 3,000*
    #6 Sunderland at Stoke – 2,913*
    #7 Wolves at Villa – 2,900*
    #8 West Ham at Palace – 2,800*
    #9 Brentford at Newcastle – 2,778
    #10 Spurs at West Brom – 2776*

    *sold out allocation

    I see Newcastle have taken 6k to Barnsley tonight.
    Also 4,300 Villa at Reading. Villa not won away in 14 months.

    You'd expect both them to sell out everywhere regardless though tbf.
  • Three weekends ago:

    #1 Aston Villa at Preston – 5,657*
    #2 Celtic at Dundee – 4,000*
    #3 QPR at Fulham – 3,500*
    #4 Boro at West Ham – 3,000*
    #5 Man City at Spurs – 2,700
    #6 Newcastle at Rotherham – 2,587*
    #7 Barnsley at Leeds – 2,413*
    #8 Arsenal at Burnley – 2,402*
    #9 Bournemouth at Watford – 2,158*
    #10 Chelsea at Hull – 2,122

    Weekend just gone:

    #1 Rangers at Inverness – 3,700*
    #2 Leeds at Derby – 3,132*
    #3 Everton at Man City – 3,000*
    #4 Leicester at Chelsea – 3,000*
    #5 Swansea at Arsenal – 3,000*
    #6 Sunderland at Stoke – 2,913*
    #7 Wolves at Villa – 2,900*
    #8 West Ham at Palace – 2,800*
    #9 Brentford at Newcastle – 2,778
    #10 Spurs at West Brom – 2776*

    *sold out allocation

    I see Newcastle have taken 6k to Barnsley tonight.
    Also 4,300 Villa at Reading. Villa not won away in 14 months.

    You'd expect both them to sell out everywhere regardless though tbf.

    Very impressive showing by Brentford at Newcastle.
  • Three weekends ago:

    #1 Aston Villa at Preston – 5,657*
    #2 Celtic at Dundee – 4,000*
    #3 QPR at Fulham – 3,500*
    #4 Boro at West Ham – 3,000*
    #5 Man City at Spurs – 2,700
    #6 Newcastle at Rotherham – 2,587*
    #7 Barnsley at Leeds – 2,413*
    #8 Arsenal at Burnley – 2,402*
    #9 Bournemouth at Watford – 2,158*
    #10 Chelsea at Hull – 2,122

    Weekend just gone:

    #1 Rangers at Inverness – 3,700*
    #2 Leeds at Derby – 3,132*
    #3 Everton at Man City – 3,000*
    #4 Leicester at Chelsea – 3,000*
    #5 Swansea at Arsenal – 3,000*
    #6 Sunderland at Stoke – 2,913*
    #7 Wolves at Villa – 2,900*
    #8 West Ham at Palace – 2,800*
    #9 Brentford at Newcastle – 2,778
    #10 Spurs at West Brom – 2776*

    *sold out allocation

    I see Newcastle have taken 6k to Barnsley tonight.
    Also 4,300 Villa at Reading. Villa not won away in 14 months.

    You'd expect both them to sell out everywhere regardless though tbf.

    Very impressive showing by Brentford at Newcastle.
    Must be their biggest league fixture (derbies excluded) in years
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  • Three weekends ago:

    #1 Aston Villa at Preston – 5,657*
    #2 Celtic at Dundee – 4,000*
    #3 QPR at Fulham – 3,500*
    #4 Boro at West Ham – 3,000*
    #5 Man City at Spurs – 2,700
    #6 Newcastle at Rotherham – 2,587*
    #7 Barnsley at Leeds – 2,413*
    #8 Arsenal at Burnley – 2,402*
    #9 Bournemouth at Watford – 2,158*
    #10 Chelsea at Hull – 2,122

    Weekend just gone:

    #1 Rangers at Inverness – 3,700*
    #2 Leeds at Derby – 3,132*
    #3 Everton at Man City – 3,000*
    #4 Leicester at Chelsea – 3,000*
    #5 Swansea at Arsenal – 3,000*
    #6 Sunderland at Stoke – 2,913*
    #7 Wolves at Villa – 2,900*
    #8 West Ham at Palace – 2,800*
    #9 Brentford at Newcastle – 2,778
    #10 Spurs at West Brom – 2776*

    *sold out allocation

    I see Newcastle have taken 6k to Barnsley tonight.
    Also 4,300 Villa at Reading. Villa not won away in 14 months.

    You'd expect both them to sell out everywhere regardless though tbf.

    Surprised City didn't sell out an attractive fixture & Chelsea couldn't fill their section at Hull. Good attendance from Villa.
  • #9 Brentford at Newcastle – 2,778

    That's ridiculous , didn't know that many Bees lived in Newcastle
  • #9 Brentford at Newcastle – 2,778

    That's ridiculous , didn't know that many Bees lived in Newcastle
    Was the game sold out? If so, some of those could have Geordies keeping very quiet when the goals went in.
  • edited October 2016
    Rare appearance in the top 10 for us but the Scum at 1.

    #1 Palace at Leicester – 3,275*
    #2 Bolton at Bury – 3,141*
    #3 Man Utd at Chelsea – 3,000*
    #4 Boro at Arsenal – 3,000*
    #5 Sunderland at West Ham – 3,000*
    #6 Ipswich at Newcastle 2,750
    #7 Sheff Utd at Bradford – 2,716*
    #8 Leeds at Wolves – 2,452*
    #9 Everton at Burnley – 2,430*
    #10 Charlton at Gillingham – 2,360*

    * sold out allocation.

    I didn't think we sold out at Gillingham!?!?
  • Rare appearance in the top 10 for us but the Scum at 1.

    #1 Palace at Leicester – 3,275*
    #2 Bolton at Bury – 3,141*
    #3 Man Utd at Chelsea – 3,000*
    #4 Boro at Arsenal – 3,000*
    #5 Sunderland at West Ham – 3,000*
    #6 Ipswich at Newcastle 2,750
    #7 Sheff Utd at Bradford – 2,716*
    #8 Leeds at Wolves – 2,452*
    #9 Everton at Burnley – 2,430*
    #10 Charlton at Gillingham – 2,360*

    * sold out allocation.

    I didn't think we sold out at Gillingham!?!?

    I thought the same. But all the photos I've seen (away days Instagram/Facebook) it looks sold out.

    Impressive from Palace.
  • Allocated 2,800 at gills so not sold out
  • Doesn't look like over 400 empty seats
  • edited October 2016

    That turnout for Oxford at MKD is really impressive. While MK is relatively close, it's not as if there are direct trains there

    Direct trains Oxford to MK are not so far off. The new eastwest rail link should see an even bigger uplift in attendance between these giants of home counties football.
    http://www.eastwestrail.org.uk/east-west-rail-route/

    Milton Keynes to Oxford (continuing to Reading)
    Milton Keynes – Bletchley – Winslow – Bicester Village – Oxford Parkway – Oxford – Reading
    1 train per hour in each direction
    Approximate journey time: Milton Keynes to Oxford 41 minutes
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