Bristol City's average away Championship attendance compared to Plymouth, Sunderland & more

Bristol City's fans have racked up the miles in the Championship this season and come out with a respectable average away following.

Bristol City are just outside of the top-half when it comes to Championship away followings.

The Robins took more than 1,000 fans to Sheffield Wednesday but went home disappointed after their defeat at Hillsborough. Jason Knight responded to former Cardiff City loanee Ike Ugbo's opener in the 25th minute but right before half-time he scored again and City could not muster up a response despite Di'Shon Bernard's dismissal.

The 2-1 win at Middlesbrough was their only win on their travels after losing to Nottingham Forest on penalties in the FA Cup. City's record on the road this season isn't the best and in a ten-game period they've won just twice. Nevertheless, fans will support them through thick and thin, come rain shine and that's what City fans have done.

City are 11-points off of the play-offs and nine points off the relegation zone and so they're slap bang in the middle of it all in 12th. A play-off push looks unlikely unless they go on a decent run whilst they're far too good enough to go down with there definitely being three worse teams than them.

Bristol City are 13th in the Championship table based on away performance with five wins, five draws and seven defeats with 18 goals scored and 20 conceded. Winless runs can put some fans off but City have a dedicated fanbase, and according to the calculations from The 72, they're just outside the top-half when it comes to their away support.

EFL website The 72 did a Championship table to the half-way point and now according to their figures that they post for each match-round, we've got the total of all 24 teams and worked out the averages for each side. Here's our findings with as mentioned Bristol City just below mid-table and then some of the big clubs who are doing well also boasting a good level of support.

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