Football

15th Jun 2017 by TSZ

Travel Distances 2017/18 – National League South

Truro City top the travel distances in the National League South by a huge margin. They have a gruelling average away trip of 255 miles, which is more than any of the professional clubs in England other than Plymouth in League One.

15th Jun 2017 by TSZ

Travel Distances 2017/18 – National League North

Newly-promoted Blyth Spartans and Spennymoor Town find themselves up at the top of the travel distance table in National League North, so they will need to adjust to the longer travel distances if they wish to do well in this division.

12th Jun 2017 by Geoff Brown

Europe’s 2016/17 Managers Of The Season

With the vast majority of European domestic leagues now over, we've compiled some statistics on the top managers on the continent in the 2016/17 season. We then focus on the achievements of five high-achieving gaffers who are rightly receiving plaudits for their success.

12th Jun 2017 by TSZ

Travel Distances 2017/18 – Premier League

Discover how ​far each Premier League team must travel for away trips next season. Newly-promoted Newcastle top the distance table with no local derbies to contend, but Swansea are the most isolated team with their nearest neighbours (West Brom) 134 miles away.

8th Jun 2017 by TSZ

Travel Distances 2017/18 – Championship

The Championship will be geographically very close, with a host of local derbies. In fact, Hull are the only team to have no fixtures within 50 miles and Nottingham Forrest, with an average travel distance under 100 miles, have the shortest average distance in league football.

5th Jun 2017 by TSZ

Travel Distances 2017/18 – League One

Plymouth and Portsmouth, both promoted clubs, will be the most isolated clubs in the division. The longest trip will be the 300-mile trek between Bradford and Plymouth, and Plymouth have the highest average travel distance of any club in English football.

2nd Jun 2017 by TSZ

Travel Distances 2017/18 – League Two

Carlisle top the travel distances in League Two. In fact, they must travel more than twice as far as Coventry, Notts County and Cheltenham next season, who have the shortest distances to travel. The shortest away trip in the division is the 13-mile trip between Crewe and Port Vale.

31st May 2017 by TSZ

Travel Distances 2017/18 – The National League

​Now that all promotion and relegation matters have been settled and the make-up of the leagues has been finalised for the 2017/18 football season, we have put together a list of all the travel distances for the top five tiers of English football.​ Here we look at the National League.

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