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Darren Moore’s side are one of the best supported teams in the third tier of English football this season.
The EFL season is already over a third of the way complete and it’s a decent start for Sheffield Wednesday and their supporters.
Darre Moore’s side currently sit third in the table with 30 points having won nine, drawn three and lost three of their 15 fixtures so far. Their most recent outing saw them held to a 1-1 draw away to Lincoln and Wednesday will be back at home for their next two league fixtures. The Owls welcome Bristol Rovers to Hillsborough on Wednesday then Burton Albion on Saturday and will be hoping for more excellent support to help them towards a positive result.
But how does Sheffield Wednesday’s average home attendance compare to the rest of the division? We’ve taken a look at the latest data from Transfermarkt to find out, as well as bringing together some of this season’s best and most memorable images of supporters from all 24 League One clubs.
Check out the gallery, counting down the highest gates from 24th to first, below:
Stadium: Pirelli Stadium Average attendance: 2,883
Stadium: The New Lawn Average attendance: 3,069
Stadium: Wham Stadium Average attendance: 3,078
Stadium: Highbury Stadium Average attendance: 3,385
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