2023/24 League One: How far Bristol Rovers, Derby, Bolton, Portsmouth and more will have to travel

League One clubs will be racking up the miles next season - some clubs have it easier than others because of their location

The season may have only just finished officially on Monday, after Sheffield Wednesday beat Barnsley to get promoted to the Championship, but already people are excited about the next campaign. Fixture release day is at 9.00 am on Thursday, June 22 and then the season starts on Saturday, August 5. It's likely that the Bristol Rovers will be away on the first day of the season, it is Balloon Day in the city of Bristol in the second week of August, which usually means no fixture at Ashton Gate for inter-city rivals Bristol City.

Gas supporters boasted some of the best support in the league, and were in the top ten for home support, despite having a limited capacity of just under 10,000 meanwhile their away support was exceptional.

The relegation of Forest Green Rovers and MK Dons, means the loss of some of their closer trips, and they've been replaced by some gruelling journeys. Carlisle United's play-off win means that the Gas will have to make a 544.3 mile round-trip if fans want to attend the match at Brunton Park. In another article, we've worked out the distances of every club from the Memorial Stadium, and how many miles a two-way trip is. You can look at the League One away days ranked in distance order for Rovers here.

Below is every League One team, and the miles they'll be racking up over the course of the season, and how much travelling they'll do. All information comes from Twitter page EFL Stats, and are based on land travel.

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