Where Bristol City sit in attendance table including Premier League clubs like Everton, Wolves and more
How does Bristol City’s average home attendance compare to Premier League clubs?
Bristol is one of the biggest cities in England to not have had a Premier League football club so far.
Bristol City came ever so close to promotion to the top flight back in 2008 but lost 1-0 at Wembley to Hull City after Dean Windass’ volley.
They continue to ply their trade in the Championship and will be eager to compete for promotion next season under Nigel Pearson.
The former Leicester City boss is someone who knows what it takes to get out of the second tier and has been busy this summer bolstering his squad.
Other large cities like Plymouth, York, Peterborough and Newport are also in the same boat at Bristol.
The Robins are well supported at Ashton Gate and usually take strong followings to away matches too.
Here is how their average home attendance from last term compares to Premier League teams, with statistics from Worldfootball.net: