Newcastle Top Championship Attendances – Full Details Of All Clubs


Here is a table of all home attendances in the Championship for the 24 clubs – and the table was compiled by soccerstats.com.

It’s interesting reading and notice Newcastle are top of all categories including average attendance, but also for the percentage of the stadium that is full.

Newcastle have an average of 50,526 and the capacity is stated at 52,404 which gives us a figure of 96.4% full.

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The magnificent St. James’ Park

Home attendances

                   Average  Lowest    Highest   Total   Capacity %Full

1  Newcastle       50,526   48,209    52,117	353,685  52,404	 96.4%
2  Aston Villa 	   32,196   29,752    34,924	225,377	 42,788	 75.2%
3  Derby County    28,751   26,425    31,205	201,263	 33,597	 85.6%
4  Sheffield Wed   26,714   24,151    30,060	187,004	 39,814	 67.1%
5  Norwich City    26,171   25,519    26,813	183,200	 27,244	 96.1%
6  Brighton  	   25,755   24,166    27,606	180,285	 30,750	 83.8%
7  Leeds  	   23,697   19,009    28,514	165,884	 40,204	 58.9%
8  Wolverhampton   20,595   18,668    23,607	144,170	 30,852	 66.8%
9  Bristol City    20,110   17,635    22,512	140,770	 22,512	 89.3%
10 Huddersfield    19,996   18,479    22,368	139,972	 24,500	 81.6%
11 Nottm Forest    19,316   16,539    23,012	135,215	 30,576	 63.2%
12 Fulham 	   18,498   15,288    23,922	129,490	 25,700	 72.0%
13 Ipswich Town    17,493   15,228    23,350	122,455	 30,311	 57.7%
14 Birmingham City 17,206   15,779    19,833	120,447	 30,009	 57.3%
15 Reading 	   16,665   14,602    20,331	116,656	 24,200	 68.9%
16 Cardiff City    16,306   14,041    22,776	114,145	 33,280	 49.0%
17 QPR 		   14,568   12,552    17,404	101,978	 18,360	 79.3%
18 Barnsley 	   14,431   11,613    18,597	101,021	 23,009	 62.7%
19 Preston 	   12,305    9,216    17,696	86,140	 23,404	 52.6%
20 Blackburn 	   11,183   10,356    12,844	78,286	 31,367	 35.7%
21 Wigan Athletic  10,881   10,430    12,216	76,169	 25,138	 43.3%
22 Brentford 	    9,902    9,547    10,417	59,413	 12,300	 80.5%
23 Rotherham 	    9,608    8,348    11,653	67,261	 12,021	 79.9%
24 Burton Albion    5,006    3,725     6,746	35,047	 6,912	 72.4%

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13 comments so far

  • dem

    Nov 2, 2016 at 1:07 PM

    Comment #1

    Would be interesting to see of the clubs we’ve played this season, how many of the highest attendances so far are when NUFC were in town.

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  • catchy in norway

    Nov 2, 2016 at 1:07 PM

    Comment #2
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  • Lindisfarne

    Nov 2, 2016 at 1:27 PM

    Comment #3

    Cisse was missing his Shooting Boots in the past few seasons, seems to have found his Flukey Shin Pads.

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  • bettyswallocks

    Nov 2, 2016 at 1:34 PM

    Comment #4

    With regards to BandB’s earlier observations , I can only comment that if all of the type of posts that she is irritated by were eliminated from the blog then there definitely would be no blog as she has covered everything that is posted on here.

    I am probably guilty of overdoing the stick I dish out to Welshie sometimes but he is first and foremost a Swansea fan and brings a lot of it on himself . Having said that I like his presence and light hearted posts. If she doesn’t want to read a sheep joke then it’s a simple process to bypass it. Football fans do dish out stick to one another.

    As was pointed out earlier this blog was very busy during our realisation that Ashley wasn’t interested in running the club as a competetive institution but as an advertising board for Shyte Direct. During this period Bee was in her element discussing the club’s politics and condemning Ashley , using the blog as a platform to practice her debating skills and show off her excellent command of the English language.

    Unfortunately for her and several others Ashley has taken a back seat and Rafa is doing a great job. There isnt much to whinge about and other than to enjoy our promotion push and dream of future success not much to discuss. Maybe this is why the blog is quiet at the moment.

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  • Lindisfarne

    Nov 2, 2016 at 1:35 PM

    Comment #5

    Toondownsouth

    Nice to see you again.

    I would sell Lascelles if it meant Agero was coming in! All very odd news story and who is to say when a sale should or shouldn’t take place.

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  • TyneMouth

    Nov 2, 2016 at 1:36 PM

    Comment #6

    On today’s NewsNow:NUFC, a post from a Cardiff fanzine about Saturday’s game.
    If anyone is in doubt about the toxic damage Ashley has inflicted on NUFC read the statement referring to SJP as ‘sports Direct Stadium!’
    http://insidecardiffcity.co.uk/three-reasons-cardiff-newcastle-without-fear/

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  • Lindisfarne

    Nov 2, 2016 at 1:39 PM

    Comment #7

    The post match contributions are also down by a great number, as someone else pointed out the other day/week. Those scientists that have just concluded that the human mind is more attuned to negative discourse had only to look in here.

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  • Lindisfarne

    Nov 2, 2016 at 1:50 PM

    Comment #8

    If I worked for MA I would be saying the running of the club was a matter of evolution, learning from mistakes and not being able to make an omelette. B#LL#CKS.

    Well done all those who stood up and shouted. Well done to the man on the gangway who called MA out and ripped up his season ticket. Well done pardewout.com and all the other organised protests, including the coffin bearers. Well done to our own HWTF flurry of disgust and comradeship.

    Long live Supporters.

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  • Chancel be a fine thing

    Nov 2, 2016 at 2:30 PM

    Comment #9
  • Budge123

    Nov 2, 2016 at 2:34 PM

    Comment #10

    Just to content on the actual blog post – the % full at Forest is very poor considering however many general football fans would consider them a biggish team due to past glories.
    Similar at Burton – on average a quarter empty in their first ever Championship campaign. Mind you its only a few years ago that they weren’t even in the conference!

    The attendance at SJP is remarkable. Can ever a relegation have been met so positively?

    Going to be so interesting / exciting to see what we can achieve next year when Rafa has the full season at the premiership.

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  • Bobbybee

    Nov 2, 2016 at 2:34 PM

    Comment #11

    There was a joker on talksport – one of the presenters ; Chelsea fan I think – bitterly insisting Leeds are a bigger club than us. (He digs at us every chance he gets by the way.) ‘On every level’ he claimed. Well, the usual attack is they’ve won more, but in Leeds’ case not even that is true. They ain’t. They are, like us, a single club city – bigger city in fact – but that’s where it ends.
    So they finally sell out for a game – whoopy doo. Well done big boys. It may be 20k less than us but it’s that small for a reason. It’s also against us. If ever a chant of ‘you’ re only here to see Newcastle’ was justified, it will be at Elland Road, where the Man Utd scarves will be put away and the Leeds ones dragged out and dusted down for one game – then it’ll be back to normal. Big club? Dream on Leeds. Give me our wee club in the North East anytime. HTL

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  • lesh

    Nov 2, 2016 at 4:58 PM

    Comment #12

    Bettys

    You referred to Sports Direct and among the stalls in a small, travelling market, there was one in the name of Sports Direct and using SD carrier bags.

    I’ve no doubt that the brands on show were imitations but then again, the SD stall may well have been Ashley’s idea raising the brand’s profile overseas!

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  • lesh

    Nov 2, 2016 at 4:59 PM

    Comment #13

    Bettys

    Whoops, forgot to mention that the market was in Kalkan, Turkey.

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