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League One's furthest trips
Monday, 26th May 2014 16:55 by Col

With Fleetwood taking the last vacant place in League One for next season, we've got the A-Z out and worked out the mileage we're going to face next season with a trip to Gillingham being our longest trip.

As expected, Oldham will be the closest game and that will be the closest game between any two sides in League One next season such is the proximity between the two towns.

All mileages come via the RAC Route Planner, so you can take their word for it. The distances are the mileage between the two grounds.

Oldham Athletic 6

Bradford City 30

Preston North End 42

Sheffield United 48

Barnsley 52

Crewe Alexandra 53

Chesterfield 58

Fleetwood Town 59

Port Vale 60

Doncaster Rovers 66

Scunthorpe United 80

Walsall 95

Notts County 103

Peterborough United 146

Coventry City 152 *

MK Dons 172

Swindon Town 178

Bristol City 190

Leyton Orient 222

Colchester United 234

Yeovil Town 247

Crawley Town 258

Gillingham 258

* Assuming they're still at Northampton next season

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Fondles added 11:47 - Jun 8
Christ its a bit daunting when the 'mid table' distance is Bristol!
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DorsetDale added 12:47 - Jun 8
Even with a Southern based league it mounts up to 7264 for me (hartlepool and carlisle 700 miles between 'em 1 way) and thats without 500 mile round trips for home games!!
I reckon you chaps need to get a sense of perspective ;)
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rafcjosh added 13:22 - Jun 9
Should be fund then!
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leoskeete added 14:26 - Jun 9
Its worse than that. Once you've travelled the 8000 miles to get there its an average £3 more per game to get in. Insult to injury, the further you go the more it costs once you get there - Plymouth £24, Charlton £25 and Brighton £23 admission. This must be whats known as the price of success
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regjenkins added 16:58 - Aug 3
Is this table going to be updated this season then?
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ColDale added 06:49 - Aug 10
yes
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