Wait, so we stopped doing these? Why? Everyone loves to argue over away attendances and encouraging that used to be our signature piece.
Well, let’s make that our signature piece again. Everyone loves nostalgia, otherwise why would Death Wish be getting a remake of all things, so let’s give you something you used to like more than us saying whatever clichéd thing a manager has said at a press conference this week.
So here they are, all the away attendances for the matches that took place on the 6th March. Where possible, we have taken attendances from the club’s Twitter account.
Sky Bet League Two Away Attendances
Morecambe at Accrington Stanley: No away attendance given. Overall attendance was 1,769.
Notts County at Cheltenham Town: 169 away fans out of 2,273.
Lincoln City at Mansfield Town: No away attendance given. Overall attendance was 6,091.
Forest Green Rovers at Newport County: 183 away fans out of 2,863.
Sky Bet League One Away Attendances
Rochdale at Walsall: 115 away fans out of 3,505.
Checkatrade Trophy Away Attendances
Yeovil Town at Shrewsbury Town: 229 away fans out of 4118
Sky Bet Championship Away Attendances
Middlesbrough at Birmingham City: 1,060 away fans out of 18,301.
Brentford at Burton Albion: 528 away fans.
Barnsley at Cardiff City: No away attendance given. Overall attendance was 16,176. Barnsley did thank the fans that did travel with this tweet.
— Barnsley FC (@BarnsleyFC) March 7, 2018
Sheffield United at Fulham: 1510 away fans.
Millwall at Hull City: 369 away fans out of 13,524.
Nottingham Forest at Norwich City: 742 away fans.
Bristol City at Preston North End: 405 away fans out of 11,264.
Derby County at QPR: No away attendance given.
Ipswich Town at Sheffield Wednesday: No away attendance given. Overall attendance was 22,733.
Aston Villa at Sunderland: 1,621 away fans.
Bolton Wanderers at Reading: 484 away fans.
Congratulations to Aston Villa for having the biggest recorded away attendance of a dark Tuesday night. Who will have the most travelling fans at the weekend?