League One is a very competitive division and this season is no different. Here is the average away attendance for every club so far this season, with data from Football Away Days on twitter-

  1. Blackburn Rovers, 2,180- The Rovers fans have turned up in their numbers this season despite relegation from the Championship last season.
  2. Bradford City, 1,262- The Bantams faithful are hoping this is the year that they step up to the second tier.
  3. Portsmouth, 1,224- Things look on the up for Pompey after a tough past few years.
  4. Rotherham United, 1,083- They were relegated from the Championship last season.
  5. Oxford United, 1,048- Usually good numbers in the away end for them.
  6. Wigan Athletic, 1,031- The Latics are currently top of the league and look destined for promotion.
  7. Plymouth Argyle, 957- Promoted from League Two last season.
  8. Bristol Rovers, 831- Solid number for the Pirates.
  9. Northampton Town, 759- They are in the relegation zone.
  10. Charlton Athletic, 756- Used to be in the Premier League.
  11. Southend United, 680- Above average for them in this division.
  12. Oldham Athletic, 679- Now managed by Richie Wellens.
  13. Scunthorpe United, 669- The Iron are doing well this season and are promotion hopefuls.
  14. Doncaster Rovers, 648- Darren Ferguson’s men narrowly missed out on the League Two title last season.
  15. Peterborough United, 640- Are just outside the Play-Offs at the moment.
  16. Shrewsbury Town, 572- The Shrews are 2nd in the league and have defied the odds this season.
  17. Bury, 553- They are in the relegation zone.
  18. Blackpool, 484- Have their problems with the owners.
  19. AFC Wimbledon, 477- It has been a tough season for them.
  20. Rochdale, 426- Another season at this level for Dale.
  21. Walsall, 393- Have struggled this campaign.
  22. Gillingham, 368- They started the season really poorly but have turned themselves around.
  23. MK Dons, 352- Poor support from the Dons this season.
  24. Fleetwood Town- 145- Uwe Rosler got his side into the Play-Offs last season but is some way off replicating that this season with the club languishing in mid-table.
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