Only seven teams in League One will travel more miles next season than Reading, who see an increase of nearly 250 miles on last season.

With the play-offs for League One and League Two over, the full list of 24 teams in the third tier has been completed.

Bolton Wanderers remain in the division after losing to Oxford United, while Crawley Town join Stockport County, Wrexham and Mansfield Town in earning promotion.

With a month until fixture release day, excitement can slowly begin to build for the 2024/25 campaign.

Reading, who averaged more than 1,200 supporters at away matches, enjoyed a 25-year low for miles to travel with 5,917 across 23 matches.

For 2024/25, Royals fans see an increase of 235 miles total, with the full league miles clock to stand at 6,152.

Despite increasing year-on-year, this remains the second-lowest total since 2014/15- peaking at over 7,300 miles in 2022/23.

On average, Reading fans will travel 267 miles round-trip every other week.

Only Blackpool (7,202), Bristol Rovers (6,443), Charlton Athletic (6,509), Exeter City (9,455), Crawley Town (6,893), Leyton Orient (6,339) and Huddersfield Town (6,342) have more miles to travel.

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Shrewsbury Town (4,960), Rotherham United (4,926), Northampton Town (4,627), Mansfield Town (4,557), Burton Albion (4,416) and Birmingham City (4,384) all enjoy total distances of under 5,000 miles.