EFL Championship 2022-23: Clubs Ranked On Average Turnout Percentage

8. Loftus Road Stadium – Queens Park Rangers [79.6 %]

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QPR are in a poor run of form, having lost 4 of their last 5 games, winning none. They are currently above the relegation places and will have to regain some form to avoid the drop. Their turnout percentage for home games has been 79.6% of Loftus Road Stadium’s capacity of 18,360.

7. The Hawthorns – West Bromwich Albion [83.9 %]

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West Bromwich Albion are also one of the biggest clubs in the country with a big fan following. Their home stadium, ‘The Hawthorns’ has a capacity of 26,850, and it has seen a turnout percentage of 83.9% so far this season.

6. Turf Moor – Burnley FC [86.0 %]

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Burnley has been flying high this season and looks set for their return to the Premier League. Their home stadium Turf Moor has seen an average attendance of 18,922, which is 86% of the stadium’s capacity of 21,994.

5. New York Stadium – Rotherham United [87.2 %]

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Rotherham United has one of the smallest stadiums in the league, thus, it is not surprising to see the turnout percentage being 87.2%. Their home stadium is called New York Stadium and has a capacity of only 12,000.

4. Bramall Lane – Sheffield United [88.0 %]

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Sheffield United are second in the Championship table and will be hoping to see themselves in the Premier League next season. Their average attendance this season has been 28,782, which is 88% of Bramall Lane’s capacity of 32,702.

3. Vicarage Road – Watford FC [89.6 %]

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Watford was relegated from the Premier League at the end of the 2021-22 season and will be hoping to make a comeback to the top division soon. Their home stadium Vicarage Road has a capacity of 21,577 and has seen an average attendance of 19,333 so far this season.

2. Kenilworth Road – Luton Town [95.6 %]

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Luton Town has the smallest stadium in the Championship, with Kenilworth Road having a capacity of only 10,226. Not surprisingly, their turnout percentage has been better than most of the teams in the division with 95.6 % of the stadium being filled on average during home games.

1. Carrow Road – Norwich City [98.1 %]

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Norwich City were relegated from the Premier League at the end of the 2021-22 Premier League season. This has not stopped the fans from flooding the gates at Carrow Road, which has seen a turnout percentage of 98.1%. The club is still in the mix for securing a playoff place and a potential promotion to the Premier League.

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