Fans vote with their feet to see Lambert’s men

Town boss Paul Lambert has often said his proudest achievement to date as Town manager is getting the fans back on side, and the stats prove he could be right. 

During the last decade Town have seen their average attendances fall constantly below the 20,000 mark, but this season could buck the trend.

You would have to go back to 2009/10 season where the average was above 20,000. But with a potential title winning side on display the fans are flocking back to Portman Road. 

According to Portsmouth News, Town have a average home attendance of 20,208, but where does that compare to the rest of League One:

Fleetwood- 2979

Accrington Stanley- 2997

Rochdale- 3465

Burton Albion- 3477

AFC Wimbledon- 5396

Gillingham- 5396

Wycombe Wanderers- 5741

Coventry City- 5923

Shrewsbury Town- 5994

Southend United- 6165

Oxford United- 6789

Tranmere Rovers- 6971

Bristol Rovers- 7368

Peterborough United- 8028

Doncaster Rovers- 8475

Lincoln City- 8925

Blackpool- 8999

MK Dons- 9080

Rotherham United- 9225

Bolton Wanderers- 10696

Portsmouth- 17892

Ipswich Town- 20208

Sunderland- 30650

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