Date:Tuesday September 7 2010
Despite the current economic climate and the price they are having to pay for tickets, Leeds fans are continuing to pack the grounds wherever they go.
Leeds have already sold out their first two away Championship games of the season at Nottingham Forest (4,240 Leeds fans) and Watford (2,199) and have already sold their allocation of around 3,000 for the trip to Doncaster Rovers later this month.
They still currently have tickets remaining for their trip to Barnsley next week but have only around 1,000 left of their large allocation of 6,700.
Leeds sold out all their League One away fixtures last season, including taking over 4,000 to Oldham Athletic on a Tuesday night only weeks before Christmas.
They were also involved in the highest attendance at thirteen of their twenty-three away games last season as they finally made their way out of League One.
They led the way in their three seasons in League One and topped the average home attendance in all three seasons, having an average of almost 25,000 last season.
Leeds are already top of the pile in their first two games of this season and are currently averaging 25,914 with Derby County in second place with an average of 25,488.
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Date:Tuesday September 7 2010
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