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U's Bottom in Attendance League

Colchester United finished bottom of the Coca Cola Championship attendance league with an average attendance of 5508.

Sheffield United led the table averaging gates of 25630, while their City rivals Sheffield Wednesday recorded the leagues highest figure of 36208 against Norwich on Sunday.

Meanwhile, the league lowest attendance was at Scunthorpe where only 4407 fans turned out when they played host Blackpool.

The table below shows each club's average attendance for the past season:

Sheffield Utd 25630

Norwich City 24527

Leicester City 23508

Wolves 23498

Charlton 23159

WBA 22311

Ipswich Town 21932

Sheffield Wed 21418

Southampton 21253

Coventry City 19123

Hull City 18024

Watford 16876

Stoke City 16823

Bristol City 16275

Crystal Palace 16030

QPR 13958

Cardiff City 13938

Plymouth 13000

Preston 12646

Burnley 12380

Barnsley 11424

Blackpool 8860

Scunthorpe 6434

COLCHESTER 5508




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The Journalist

Writer: StevieG Col U Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 6 2008

Time: 5:38PM

Your Comments

That'll improve next season though! What with the new ground.
Boxer
Obviously!! D'ho!
Matt_Us
And the fact that you might win a game in league one.
watford1881
We have won this season, just to put you straight watford1881! And we'll win lots next season in front of big crowds!!!!
StevieG Col U
... ever the optomist, our very own Stevie G!
Matt_Us
lol, what gates do you'll think we will get at Cuckoo Farm?
StevieG Col U
Maybe half full!! Five Thousand...!
Matt_Us
Yeah would hope of a few more than that!!!!
StevieG Col U
In a lower league, don't forget!
Matt_Us
Almost without fail when a club has moved to a new ground gates increase, the fans on the whole appreciate watching the matches in relative comfort. Good luck in your new home.
Dean1
Thanks Dean1, hopefully the better facilities will atract more fans!
StevieG Col U
 

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