Date: 3rd June 2008 at 12:49pm
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Stockport County will have to travel over 3000 miles in League One, just to get to the games, next season.

When you include the return journey aswell, County will have to travel a total of 6142.6 miles next season – an average journey of 267 miles per match day.

County will have to travel over 500 miles on one match day alone when they visit Brighton and Hove Albion.

Remarkably six games are over 200 miles away for County.

Here are the full list of miles for the 2008/2009 season – these are just ONE WAY!

All miles worked out from Edgeley Park.

Oldham Athletic – 14.9 Miles
Crewe Alexandra – 33.8 Miles
Huddersfield Town – 36.5 Miles
Tranmere Rovers – 46.6 Miles
Leeds United – 47.5 Miles
Walsall – 75.4 Miles
Leicester City – 92.6 Miles
Scunthorpe United – 94 Miles
Carlisle United – 126 Miles
Hartlepool United – 128 Miles
Cheltenham Town – 129 Miles
Northampton Town – 132 Miles
Hereford United – 136 Miles
Peterborough United – 139 Miles
MK Dons – 152 Miles
Swindon Town – 159 Miles
Bristol Rovers – 165 Miles
Millwall – 202 Miles
Leyton Orient – 202 Miles
Yeovil Town – 227 Miles
Southend United – 230 Miles
Colchester United – 247 Miles
Brighton & Hove Albion – 256 Miles

Total Miles – 3071.3 Miles
Average Journey – 133.5 Miles

TOTAL COMPLETE MILES – 6142.6 Miles
AVERAGE MATCH DAY – 267 Miles


 

One Reply to “Mile Meter – League One 2008/2009”

  • Thats a lot of travelling to be down. Then again think yourself lucky Exeter’s nearest game is 89 miles away!!!

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