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List of Championship stadiums

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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
BrentfordBrentford
Brentford Community Stadium
Griffin Park (old ground)
Bristol CityBristol City
Ashton Gate
St Johns Lane (old ground)
Cardiff CityCardiff City
Cardiff City Stadium
Ninian Park (old ground)
Coventry CityCoventry City
St Andrew's
Highfield Road (old ground)
The Ricoh Arena (old ground)
Sixfields (old ground)
Derby CountyDerby County
Pride Park
The Baseball Ground (old ground)
The County Ground (old ground)
Huddersfield TownHuddersfield Town
The John Smith's Stadium
Leeds Road (old ground)
Luton TownLuton Town
Kenilworth Road
MiddlesbroughMiddlesbrough
The Riverside Stadium
Ayresome Park (old ground)
MillwallMillwall
The Den
The Old Den (old ground)
Norwich CityNorwich City
Carrow Road
Nottingham ForestNottingham Forest
The City Ground
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)
Rotherham UnitedRotherham United
New York Stadium
Millmoor (old ground)
Don Valley Stadium (old ground)
Sheffield WednesdaySheffield Wednesday
Hillsborough
Stoke CityStoke City
bet365 Stadium (The Britannia Stadium)
The Victoria Ground (old ground)
Swansea CitySwansea City
The Liberty Stadium
Vetch Field (old ground)
WatfordWatford
Vicarage Road
Wycombe WanderersWycombe Wanderers
Adams Park
Loakes Park (old ground)

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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.Hillsborough home to Sheffield Wednesday39,732
2.The Riverside Stadium home to Middlesbrough33,746
3.Pride Park home to Derby County33,597
4.Cardiff City Stadium home to Cardiff City33,280
5.Ewood Park home to Blackburn Rovers31,367
6.The City Ground home to Nottingham Forest30,445
7.St Andrew's home to Birmingham City30,016
8.St Andrew's home to Coventry City30,016
9.bet365 Stadium (The Britannia Stadium) home to Stoke City27,902
10.Carrow Road home to Norwich City27,244
11.Ashton Gate home to Bristol City27,000
12.The John Smith's Stadium home to Huddersfield Town24,500
13.The Madejski Stadium home to Reading24,161
14.Vicarage Road home to Watford23,700
15.Deepdale home to Preston North End23,404
16.Oakwell home to Barnsley23,009
17.The Liberty Stadium home to Swansea City21,088
18.The Den home to Millwall20,146
19.Loftus Road home to Queens Park Rangers18,439
20.Brentford Community Stadium home to Brentford17,500
21.New York Stadium home to Rotherham United12,021
22.Dean Court (The Vitality Stadium) home to AFC Bournemouth11,464
23.Kenilworth Road home to Luton Town10,356
24.Adams Park home to Wycombe Wanderers10,300
  • Biggest stadium in Championship: 39,732 - Hillsborough
  • Smallest stadium in Championship: 10,300 - Adams Park
  • Total capacity in Championship: 584,433
  • Average capacity in Championship: 23,377

Best supported teams in Championship

#TeamNumber of Fans
1.Sheffield Wednesday3,431
2.Nottingham Forest2,537
3.Middlesbrough1,869
4.Derby County1,830
5.Cardiff City1,756
6.Bristol City1,630
7.Birmingham City1,603
8.Norwich City1,545
9.Queens Park Rangers1,487
10.Stoke City1,462
11.Coventry City1,461
12.Watford1,415
13.Reading1,385
14.Millwall1,285
15.Blackburn Rovers1,243
16.Huddersfield Town1,216
17.Barnsley1,150
18.Luton Town1,129
19.Swansea City1,113
20.Preston North End1,102
21.Brentford829
22.AFC Bournemouth694
23.Rotherham United680
24.Wycombe Wanderers485
  • Most fans in Championship: 3,431 - Sheffield Wednesday
  • Fewest fans in Championship: 485 - Wycombe Wanderers
  • Total Championship fans: 34,337
  • Average number of fans in Championship: 1,373

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

#TeamAvg Grounds Visited
1.Brentford62.61
2.Wycombe Wanderers62.20
3.Luton Town61.49
4.Rotherham United59.30
5.AFC Bournemouth58.07
6.Millwall55.47
7.Huddersfield Town54.27
8.Preston North End49.88
9.Watford48.49
10.Queens Park Rangers48.27
11.Barnsley48.00
12.Stoke City47.84
13.Reading47.54
14.Bristol City47.38
15.Cardiff City46.62
16.Derby County45.69
17.Sheffield Wednesday45.47
18.Birmingham City43.98
19.Coventry City43.74
20.Nottingham Forest43.44
21.Swansea City42.33
22.Norwich City42.29
23.Middlesbrough39.81
24.Blackburn Rovers37.48
  • Most travelled fans in Championship: 63 grounds visited - Brentford
  • Least travelled fans in Championship: 37 grounds visited - Blackburn Rovers
  • Average # grounds visited in Championship: 47.27

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