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Top 5 most quiet away fans in the Championship – Agreed?



The Championship has some of the best support in the country, with it being one of the most attended divisions in Europe despite it being second tier football.

Even with the ticket prices at an all time high the fans are still flooding in with away support being the most impressive.

In terms of away support, the Championship mixes with the Premier League, with big sides like Leeds and Sheffield Wednesday having bigger and far more vocal away support than most Premier League sides.

The recent price cap on way tickets in the Premier League will hopefully funnel its way down to the Football League, with some tickets being sold at ridiculous prices with some fans having to pay over £40.

Hopefully the price cap would see a big increase in numbers as the Championship is excellent at giving good sized allocations, ensuring away fans often contributing to the atmosphere at a match more than the home fans do.

Sides like Middlesbrough, Leeds and Sheffield Wednesday are all fairly big clubs but they do fail to sell out their home grounds, but they always sell out their away allocations without fail.

Also they create a brilliant atmosphere but this article is looking at the negative side of away support.

You can sell out all your tickets every week but if you don’t make any noise then what is the point, your job is to urge your players on and making noise is the best way to do that.

This takes into account only noise, for example some of the fans that come to the Riverside are small numbers but make a lot of noise.

Here in the opinion of FLW’s Michael Hasan are the top FIVE most quiet away supporters in the Championship…….


Millwall fans

Avid Middlesbrough fan who has a passion for football. Love grassroots football and following the Football League,

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Article title: Top 5 most quiet away fans in the Championship – Agreed?

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