The away allocations Portsmouth could have in the Championship next season including Sheffield United, Sunderland and Millwall

Portsmouth boasted one of the biggest away followings in League One - and they will for sure want to pack out Championship away ends.

Pompey will take part in the 2024/25 Championship next season after they won the League One title in April.

A 12-year absence from English football's second tier was ended in style as John Mousinho's men won the division in style with a comeback victory against Barnsley. Supporters are excited by the prospect of mixing it in one of the most exciting leagues in European football.

It was slightly more predictable this season with Leicester City bouncing straight back up whilst Leeds United and Southampton, both relegated are competing in the Championship play-off final on Sunday. Ipswich Town finishing second was the surprise of the season as the Tractor Boys secured two consecutive promotions after being in the same division as Pompey last year.

All three clubs promoted to the Premier League last year; Burnley, Luton Town and Sheffield United have been relegated. Burnley are about to lose Vincent Kompany to Bayern Munich whilst the managerial situations at Kennilworth Road and Bramall Lane are a bit more sound.

Fratton Park is a popular ground for many visiting supporters and with improvements being made to the stadium, its popularity might rise even further. How about the grounds that Pompey fans are looking forward to next season however? There’s some big and historic stadia in the Championship and it’s been a couple of years since they’ve visited some of them.

The fixtures come out for next season on Wednesday, June 26 and the Fratton Park faithful will be keen to know where they're going next year. Here thanks to Football Ground Guide and Away Games, we've looked at what kind of allocations Pompey can expect next season.

*These figures are estimates and might not consider factors such as segregation for local derbies, as well as the scheduling of fixtures and the geography of clubs.

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