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
Crewe Alexandra 53
Fleetwood Town 59
Port Vale 60
Doncaster Rovers 66
Scunthorpe United 80
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
* Assuming they're still at Northampton next season
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