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    How far fans of every 2022/23 League One club must travel – longest to shortest distance

    In this article, we take a look at how far fans of every 2022/23 League One club must travel from longest to shortest distance (miles).

    A week before the new set of third tier fixtures are out, there will be thousands of diehard football fans who follow their team all over the country planning for the new campaign ahead.

    Gillingham, Crewe Alexandra, AFC Wimbledon, Doncaster Rovers, Rotherham United, Wigan Athletic and Sunderland were the sides replaced, meaning for those who do the hard miles to watch away from home, there are certainly going to be a number of long trips on the horizon.

    Barnsley, Derby County and Peterborough were relegated to League One with Forest Green Rovers, Exeter City, Bristol Rovers and Port Vale promoted from League Two.

    So we have taken a look at how far fans of every League One club must travel according to TheStatsZone and ranked from least to most distance travelled.

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    PLYMOUTH

    Plymouth supporters will have to travel a total of 5572 miles to watch their team away from home with the average amount of miles on the road set at 242.3.

    Their longest journey will be Morecambe (330 miles) while the shortest for travelling fans is Exeter City (46 miles).

    The current odds for Plymouth to win promotion, according to Sky Bet, is at 6/1 while relegation is listed at 9/1.

    EXETER

    Exeter supporters will have to travel a total of 4641 miles to watch their team away from home with the average amount of miles on the road set at 201.8.

    Their longest journey will be Morecambe (287 miles) while the shortest for travelling fans is Plymouth Argyle (46 miles).

    The current odds for Exeter to win promotion, according to Sky Bet, is at 33/1 while relegation is listed at 7/4.

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    IPSWICH

    Ipswich supporters will have to travel a total of 4177 miles to watch their team away from home with the average amount of miles on the road set at 181.6.

    Their longest journey will be Plymouth Argyle (305 miles) while the shortest for travelling fans is Cambridge United (54 miles).

    The current odds for Ipswich to win promotion, according to Sky Bet, is at 13/8 while relegation is listed at 40/1.

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    MORECAMBE

    Morecambe supporters will have to travel a total of 4077 miles to watch their team away from home with the average amount of miles on the road set at 177.3.

    Their longest journey will be Plymouth Argyle (330 miles) while the shortest for travelling fans is Fleetwood Town (34 miles).

    The current odds for Morecambe to win promotion, according to Sky Bet, is at 50/1 while relegation is listed at 11/10.

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    PORTSMOUTH

    Pompey supporters will have to travel a total of 4036 miles to watch their team away from home with the average amount of miles on the road set at 175.5.

    Their longest journey will be Morecambe (288 miles) while the shortest for travelling fans is Wycombe Wanderers (84 miles).

    The current odds for Portsmouth to win promotion, according to Sky Bet, is at 7/2 while relegation is listed at 18/1.

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    FLEETWOOD

    Fleetwood supporters will have to travel a total of 4020 miles to watch their team away from home with the average amount of miles on the road set at 174.8.

    Their longest journey will be Plymouth Argyle (325 miles) while the shortest for travelling fans is Morecambe (34 miles).

    The current odds for Fleetwood to win promotion, according to Sky Bet, is at 40/1 while relegation is listed at 11/8.

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    CHARLTON

    Charlton supporters will have to travel a total of 3716 miles to watch their team away from home with the average amount of miles on the road set at 161.6.

    Their longest journey will be Morecambe (269 miles) while the shortest for travelling fans is Wycombe Wanderers (71 miles).

    The current odds for Charlton to win promotion, according to Sky Bet, is at 7/1 while relegation is listed at 8/1.

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    ACCRINGTON

    Accrington supporters will have to travel a total of 3628 miles to watch their team away from home with the average amount of miles on the road set at 157.7.

    Their longest journey will be Plymouth Argyle (313 miles) while the shortest for travelling fans is Bolton Wanderers (26 miles).

    The current odds for Accrington to win promotion, according to Sky Bet, is at 18/1 while relegation is listed at 3/1.

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    BOLTON

    Bolton supporters will have to travel a total of 3391 miles to watch their team away from home with the average amount of miles on the road set at 147.4.

    Their longest journey will be Plymouth Argyle (296 miles) while the shortest for travelling fans is Accrington Stanley (26 miles)

    The current odds for Bolton to win promotion, according to Sky Bet, is at 7/2 while relegation is listed at 16/1.

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    CAMBRIDGE

    Cambridge supporters will have to travel a total of 3337 miles to watch their team away from home with the average amount of miles on the road set at 145.1.

    Their longest journey will be Plymouth Argyle (299 miles) while the shortest for travelling fans is Peterborough United (43 miles).

    The current odds for Cambridge to win promotion, according to Sky Bet, is at 28/1 while relegation is listed at 2/1.

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    BRISTOL ROVERS

    Bristol Rovers supporters will have to travel a total of 3250 miles to watch their team away from home with the average amount of miles on the road set at 141.3.

    Their longest journey will be Morecambe (213 miles) while the shortest for travelling fans is Forest Green Rovers (28 miles).

    The current odds for Bristol Rovers to win promotion, according to Sky Bet, is at 18/1 while relegation is listed at 3/1.

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    BARNSLEY

    Barnsley supporters will have to travel a total of 3101 miles to watch their team away from home with the average amount of miles on the road set at 134.8.

    Their longest journey will be Plymouth Argyle (301 miles) while the shortest for travelling fans is Sheffield Wednesday (12 miles).

    The current odds for Barnsley to win promotion, according to Sky Bet, is at 7/2 while relegation is listed at 18/1.

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