Date: 2nd July 2013 at 8:22pm
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Sheffield United are once again amongst the best supported clubs in the Football League despite their third tier status.

The Football League have just released the figures for last season and United were the best supported team in League One with only eight sides enjoying a better average home attendance in the entire Football League.

United averaged 18,609 fans at Bramall Lane last season, just 89 down on their first season in League One.

Blades fans also travelled well, with an average following of 1,648 fans with only four clubs having a better following.

An average of 705 visiting supporters visited Bramall Lane last season.

You can see a full list on the Football League Website

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One Reply to “SUFC Blades remain amongst best supported clubs”

  • Lets hope we start strong or gates next season might be well down, lots of unhappy fans at the end of last season, no confidence in play offs. more 3rd division rubbish for another season might be too much even for the die hards.

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