With two weeks of the Championship season already complete, all except Coventry City have now had a match on their home turf.

Glorious sunshine and months without football usually sees bumper crowds pile into grounds up and down the country before the doom and gloom sets in among struggling fanbases.

Almost 14,000 tickets were sold for the Royals' clash with Cardiff City on Saturday, the lowest weekend crowd in RG2 since March however still more than the season average for 2021/22.

Take a look at how Paul Ince's side compare to the rest of the division in their opening home fixtures.

Reading Chronicle:


Sunderland- 40,851

Sheff United- 27,738

Middlesbrough- 26,567

Norwich City- 25,595

Bristol City- 24,543

Stoke City- 23,612

Huddersfield Town- 20,206


Reading Chronicle:


Cardiff City- 19,969

Burnley- 19,628

Watford- 19,536

Birmingham City- 17,065

Hull City- 16,667

Swansea City- 16,632

Preston North End- 15,816

QPR- 15,796

Wigan Athletic- 15,429

Millwall- 15,341

Blackburn Rovers- 14,315


Reading Chronicle:


Reading- 13,866

Blackpool- 10,831

Rotherham United- 10,454

Luton Town- 9,921