Date: 6th June 2017 at 8:11pm
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Will the Green Army continue to back Argyle on the road in League One?

The fans recorded impressive numbers at away games in each of the last six seasons with the average attendance never dropping below 700 in League Two.
The Argyle fans have built a well-deserved reputation for following their team in great numbers all over the country by clocking up the miles and burning the rubber on the roads, however that reputation will be put to the test in League One because there will be extra miles to navigate.

As revealed last month by this website there will be 12,087 miles to plough through in round trips to the other 23 teams in League One for the new season, including long hauls to Bradford City, Fleetwood Town and Scunthorpe.
Last season Argyle’s average attendance for away games in League Two was 1,025 which followed the 1,039 average in season 2015-216.

Will the Green Army eclipse these fantastic away attendances in League One?

Argyle League Two average away attendance
2011-2012: 749
2012-2013: 729
2013-2014: 746
2014-2015: 782
2015-2016: 1,039
2016-2017: 1,025