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List of Championship stadiums

0/24 grounds visited (0%)

Team/Ground
AFC BournemouthAFC Bournemouth
Dean Court (The Vitality Stadium)
Avenue Stadium (old ground)
The Old Dean Court (old ground)
BarnsleyBarnsley
Oakwell
Birmingham CityBirmingham City
St Andrew's
Blackburn RoversBlackburn Rovers
Ewood Park
BlackpoolBlackpool
Bloomfield Road
Bristol CityBristol City
Ashton Gate
St Johns Lane (old ground)
Cardiff CityCardiff City
Cardiff City Stadium
Ninian Park (old ground)
Coventry CityCoventry City
The Coventry Building Society Arena
Highfield Road (old ground)
Sixfields (old ground)
St Andrew's (old ground)
Derby CountyDerby County
Pride Park
The Baseball Ground (old ground)
The County Ground (old ground)
FulhamFulham
Craven Cottage
Huddersfield TownHuddersfield Town
The John Smith's Stadium
Leeds Road (old ground)
Hull CityHull City
The KCOM Stadium
Boothferry Park (old ground)
Luton TownLuton Town
Kenilworth Road
MiddlesbroughMiddlesbrough
The Riverside Stadium
Ayresome Park (old ground)
MillwallMillwall
The Den
The Old Den (old ground)
Nottingham ForestNottingham Forest
The City Ground
Peterborough UnitedPeterborough United
London Road
Preston North EndPreston North End
Deepdale
Queens Park RangersQueens Park Rangers
Loftus Road
White City Stadium (old ground)
ReadingReading
The Madejski Stadium
Elm Park (old ground)
Sheffield UnitedSheffield United
Bramall Lane
Stoke CityStoke City
bet365 Stadium (The Britannia Stadium)
The Victoria Ground (old ground)
Swansea CitySwansea City
The Liberty Stadium
Vetch Field (old ground)
West Bromwich AlbionWest Bromwich Albion
The Hawthorns

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Championship Information

NameChampionship
CountryEngland
Level on pyramid2
Promotion toPremier League
Relegation toLeague 1
Websitehttps://www.efl.com/clubs-and-competitions/sky-bet-championship/
Twitter@SkyBetChamp

Grounds in Championship Ordered by Capacity

#GroundCapacity
1.The Riverside Stadium home to Middlesbrough33,746
2.Pride Park home to Derby County33,597
3.Cardiff City Stadium home to Cardiff City33,280
4.Bramall Lane home to Sheffield United32,702
5.The Coventry Building Society Arena home to Coventry City32,609
6.Ewood Park home to Blackburn Rovers31,367
7.The City Ground home to Nottingham Forest30,445
8.St Andrew's home to Birmingham City30,016
9.bet365 Stadium (The Britannia Stadium) home to Stoke City27,902
10.Ashton Gate home to Bristol City27,000
11.The Hawthorns home to West Bromwich Albion26,850
12.Craven Cottage home to Fulham25,700
13.The KCOM Stadium home to Hull City25,400
14.The John Smith's Stadium home to Huddersfield Town24,500
15.The Madejski Stadium home to Reading24,161
16.Deepdale home to Preston North End23,404
17.Oakwell home to Barnsley23,009
18.The Liberty Stadium home to Swansea City21,088
19.The Den home to Millwall20,146
20.Loftus Road home to Queens Park Rangers18,439
21.Bloomfield Road home to Blackpool17,338
22.London Road home to Peterborough United14,319
23.Dean Court (The Vitality Stadium) home to AFC Bournemouth11,464
24.Kenilworth Road home to Luton Town10,356
  • Biggest stadium in Championship: 33,746 - The Riverside Stadium
  • Smallest stadium in Championship: 10,356 - Kenilworth Road
  • Total capacity in Championship: 598,838
  • Average capacity in Championship: 23,954

Best supported teams in Championship

#TeamNumber of Fans
1.Sheffield United2,943
2.Nottingham Forest2,610
3.Middlesbrough1,925
4.Derby County1,897
5.Cardiff City1,792
6.West Bromwich Albion1,736
7.Bristol City1,684
8.Birmingham City1,652
9.Queens Park Rangers1,537
10.Coventry City1,527
11.Stoke City1,500
12.Reading1,417
13.Millwall1,312
14.Blackburn Rovers1,295
15.Huddersfield Town1,253
16.Barnsley1,193
17.Swansea City1,148
18.Luton Town1,147
19.Preston North End1,140
20.Fulham1,078
21.Hull City1,014
22.Blackpool910
23.Peterborough United755
24.AFC Bournemouth715
  • Most fans in Championship: 2,943 - Sheffield United
  • Fewest fans in Championship: 715 - AFC Bournemouth
  • Total Championship fans: 35,180
  • Average number of fans in Championship: 1,407

Which team's fans have been to the most grounds in Championship?

#TeamAvg Grounds Visited
1.Luton Town63.65
2.Peterborough United62.45
3.AFC Bournemouth59.90
4.Millwall57.57
5.Huddersfield Town55.87
6.Blackpool53.69
7.Fulham51.62
8.West Bromwich Albion51.47
9.Preston North End50.97
10.Hull City50.69
11.Sheffield United50.55
12.Barnsley49.96
13.Bristol City49.11
14.Queens Park Rangers48.89
15.Stoke City48.68
16.Reading48.25
17.Cardiff City46.96
18.Derby County46.45
19.Birmingham City44.60
20.Nottingham Forest44.55
21.Coventry City44.54
22.Swansea City42.90
23.Middlesbrough41.15
24.Blackburn Rovers38.17
  • Most travelled fans in Championship: 64 grounds visited - Luton Town
  • Least travelled fans in Championship: 38 grounds visited - Blackburn Rovers
  • Average # grounds visited in Championship: 48.11

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