EFL Championship 2022-23: Clubs Ranked On Average Turnout Percentage
16. bet365 Stadium – Stoke City [68.3 %]
Stoke City are in the middle of the Championship league table, with the club hoping to finish in the top half. The club’s average attendance this season so far has been 20,541 which is 68.3% of the club’s stadium capacity of 30,089.
15. Bloomfield Road – Blackpool FC [69.9 %]
Blackpool are currently in the relegation places and will hope to avoid dropping to League One. Their stadium is called Bloomfield Road and it has a capacity of 16,220 which has been filled with 11,343 spectators on average during the league home games this season.
14. The Den – Millwall FC [70.4 %]
Millwall is in 5th place on the Championship table currently and is in contention for promotion to the Premier League via the playoffs. The club’s home ground is The Den, which has a seating capacity of 20,146. The average attendance at home matches is reported as 14,178, which suggests that the club enjoys a loyal and dedicated fanbase.
13. Ashton Gate – Bristol City [74.3 %]
Bristol City’s home ground is Ashton Gate, which has a seating capacity of 27,000. The average attendance at home matches is 20,071, which is an impressive figure and indicates the strong support the club enjoys from its fanbase. Currently, Bristol City is in 15th place on the Championship table, which is a respectable position given the competitive nature of the league.
12. Riverside Stadium – Middlesbrough FC [74.4 %]
Middlesbrough are in a fine run of form and are currently third in the league table. The fans will be dreaming of a return to the Premier League and with this form, anything seems possible. The club plays their home games in Riverside Stadium have has a capacity of 33,746 and has seen a turnout of 74.4% so far.
11. John Smith’s Stadium – Huddersfield Town [75.9 %]
Huddersfield are currently in relegation places and will have to do well in order to avoid the drop. The club’s home ground is John Smith’s Stadium, which has a seating capacity of 24,500 and it has seen average occupancy of 18,601.
10. Stadium of Light – Sunderland AFC [78.1 %]
Sunderland are still in contention for playoff places and their fans will be hoping for a Premier League return sooner rather than later. The club’s home games are played at Stadium of Light, which has a capacity of 48,707, which is the highest in the Championship. Their average attendance of 38, 017 is also the highest in the league.
9. Swansea.com Stadium – Swansea City [79.0 %]
Swansea City are in the middle of the Championship table, in a slightly better position than last season’s finish. Their average attendance has been 16,653 which is 79% of their stadium’s capacity of 21,088.