The Sky Bet Championship regular season is over, and what a campaign it was!

There were laughs, smiles and tears, with automatic promotion, Play-Off places and the relegation battles all going down to the final day.

At the end of the season, it is customary for people to collect statistics, and rank the teams based on a number of different things. have released some statistics, ranking the average home attendances of all 24 Sky Bet Championship teams.

We take a look at the top five average HOME attendances across the league:


5) iPro Stadium – Derby County:

This season’s sixth placed team take their place in fifth in the average home attendance rankings. A total 625,034 fans have entered the gates at the iPro Stadium this season, with the Rams averaging 27,175 at home this season.

4) The Stadium of Light – Sunderland:

Despite suffering an extremely poor season in the Sky Bet Championship and being relegated to the third tier, Sunderland has the fourth highest average home attendance this year. They averaged 27,635 at the Stadium of Light this season, welcoming in 635,605 fans.

3) Molineux – Wolverhampton Wanderers:

Wolverhampton Wanderers lifted the Sky Bet Championship title this season, and they had an average of 29,298 fans watch them at every home game. This means that 650,851 people in total watched the champions play.

2) Elland Road – Leeds United:

It will probably pain Leeds United fans that they are not at the top of the list, but with an average home attendance of 31,521, they take their place in second on this list. 724,975 people have entered Elland Road this season, which is just shy of 14,000 behind this year’s highest.

1) Villa Park – Aston Villa:

Aston Villa will play their final game at Villa Park tonight (May 15), as they host Middlesbrough in the second leg of the Play-Off Semi Final, and a huge crowd is expected. They have had the biggest crowds all season, averaging 32,097 in all of their home games, and welcoming a total of 738,226 people to Villa Park.

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