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Away Attendances at the Weekend – 4th December 2023

These were the top three away attendances when looking at the EFL and FA Cup at the weekend…

1) Charlton Athletic fans at Gillingham – 1,608

2) Portsmouth fans at Northampton Town – 1,454

3) Reading fans at Eastleigh – 1,400

3) Ramsgate fans at AFC Wimbledon – 1,400

THE OTHERS:
4) Horsham fans at Sutton United – 1,265
5) Wigan Athletic fans at York City – 1,172
6) Doncaster Rovers fans at Peterborough United – 1,011
7) Grimsby Town fans at Oxford United – 871
8) Yeovil Town fans at Wrexham – 784
9) Shrewsbury Town fans at Notts County – 674
10) Leyton Orient fans at Chesterfield – 569
11) Port Vale fans at Stevenage – 553
12) Harrogate Town fans at Bolton Wanderers – 434
13) Stockport County fans at Aldershot Town – 383
14) Barnet fans at Newport County – 226
15) Barrow fans at Maidstone United – 220
16) Morecambe fans at Wycombe Wanderers – 141
17) Fleetwood Town fans at Cambridge United – 100+

Time to take a look at every club’s travelling support from across the weekend…

MORECAMBE fans at Wycombe

DONCASTER fans at Peterborough

RAMSGATE fans at AFC Wimbledon

BARROW fans at Maidstone

BARNET fans at Newport

PORT VALE fans at Stevenage

WIGAN fans at York

READING fans at Eastleigh

SHREWSBURY fans at Notts County

YEOVIL fans at Wrexham

STOCKPORT fans at Aldershot

PORTSMOUTH fans at Northampton

CHARLTON fans at Gillingham

GRIMSBY fans at Oxford

HARROGATE fans at Bolton

HORSHAM fans at Sutton

FLEETWOOD fans at Cambridge

LEYTON ORIENT fans at Chesterfield

Choose having a drink and a chat with the players after the game.

Choose mixing with the opposition fans.

Choose the old dears in the tea but serving Bovril for the 49″‘ consecutive season.

Choose meat raffles.

Choose to watch football alongside dogs.

Choose away days in towns you did not know existed.

Choose getting a beer for a couple of quid and standing on the terraces with it.

Choose getting a lift to the game with a club director.

Choose to give your money to a local club not a soulless corporation.

Choose players who know the fans by name.

Choose parking right next to the ground.

Choose standing wherever you want to.

Choose listening to everything the benches say.

Choose paying a pound for a cup of tea.

Choose proper pies.

Choose honest football right on your doorstep.

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