Championship stadiums from worst to best- where Bristol City, Coventry City, QPR and others rank

All 24 Championship stadiums have been reviewed by those who have visited them - with Bristol City's ground among those graded.

Bristol City have modernised Ashton Gate over the last decade and it's a stadium that fans can be proud of.

The concourse for example in the Lansdown Stand looks modern and is decorated with the history of the club. Ashton Gate has seen a few sell outs over the last few seasons when the likes of Manchester City and West Ham have come in to town. It has made for an excellent atmosphere, and a highlight of the current campaign will have been the Robins toppling the Hammers in the FA Cup, with local boy Tommy Conway scoring the winning goal.

Bristol City have an average of 22,681 fans this season, putting them in 11th in the current average home attendances in the Championship. It's not too bad given that there is more than one football club in the city and that at the moment, they're placed currently in mid-table.

Home form this season has Bristol City in 15th, with seven home wins, three draws and eight defeats in the 18 games that they've played. Two of those defeats have come in their last two home games, losing 1-0 to QPR and then to Cardiff City in the Severnside Derby.

A game against Swansea City awaits on Sunday, but until then we're looking at which stadium is the favourite among supporters of all 24 teams in the division. There's no specific criteria as some could enjoy a particular stadium because their team has a good record there.

But which Championship stadium is actually the best? Which is the worst? These questions may be subjective but BristolWorld has used Google review ratings to compile a table of Championship stadiums, ranked from worst to best. These reviews come from those who have visited the ground and given their opinion on things such as facilities and match-day experience. It could mainly be of supporters who wouldn't otherwise go to the ground regularly.

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