Date:Monday May 25 2009
Leeds fans have once again showed in the last season that they are willing to stick by the club in difficult times.
Leeds had the highest average home league attendance in League One of 23,814.
Leeds had the fifth highest average in the whole of the Football League, only Championship sides Derby County, Sheffield United, Norwich City and Wolverhampton Wanderers had higher averages.
Away from home Leeds also had the highest average in League One with an average of 2,523 fans going to games.
Only Wolverhampton Wanderers had a better average in the entire Football League.
Leeds average could have been much higher had it not been for the fact that they could only sell a maximum amount of seats allocated to them at twenty two of their twenty three away games.
The only time they did not sell their allocation was the game at Oldham Athletic when the game was live on Sky, they did still however sell 2,815 for that game.
Leeds did have the highest attendance in the entire Football League when 34,214 turned up for their game against Northampton Town.
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Date:Monday May 25 2009
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