How Portsmouth's Fratton Park capacity compares to Championship clubs after return to second tier is confirmed

Pompey will head to the likes of Sunderland’s Stadium of Light and Middlesbrough’s Riverside in next season’s Championship

With Pompey’s Championship status confirmed for next season, John Mousinho and sporting director Rich Hughes will be working hard in the coming weeks to determine the best way to strengthen the Blues’ squad this summer.

But it’s not just talent on the pitch that Pompey will be relying on next term. The fans will also continue to play an important role in the club’s success.

That support came to the fore once again this season, as the Fratton faithful played their part in getting Mousinho’s side across the line - both at home and away. And with bigger grounds welcoming more travelling Blues fans next season, that vocal backing will be needed more than ever.

But while Pompey have regularly boasted some of the biggest crowd attendances in League One this campaign, the same may not be said from August when the Blues play against clubs whom welcome crowds of over 30,000 week in and week out.

Ahead of the 2024/25 campaign, here is how Fratton Park’s capacity compares to the likes of Millwall’s The Den or Bristol City’s Ashton Gate...

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