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Every Step Along The 'Away'

Supporters

STOKE CITY continued to be supported in large numbers away from home during the 2018/19 campaign.

The Potters' away following has long been admired for its size and it continued throughout the past season.

In total over 40,000 supporters supported the side on their travels across the 25 league and cup fixtures.

A number of those fans decided to take advantage of the Club's Free Coach Travel initiative which entered its sixth season.

The Potters became the first club in any of England’s top four divisions to offer free away day transport to their followers when the scheme was launched in 2013.

During the last 10 months, 284 coaches hit the road for City's 23 Championship away matches, clocking up over 4,500 miles and countless hours of travel time.

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