Hull City has topped a Football Supporter's Federation (FSF) survey on entertaining its away fans.
Hull City has topped a Football Supporter’s Federation (FSF) survey on entertaining its away fans.
The survey rated the Tigers at the top while Queens Park Rangers (QPR) was ranked at the bottom, the BBC has reported.
Nearly 4,000 fans in all four professional divisions of English football took part in the survey where they were asked to rate transport links, turnstiles, stadium layout, food and drink, view of the pitch and security.
Kevin Miles, chief executive of the FSF, said that away supporters were vital to the health of the game and football matches would be far poorer places without their presence, insisting that football shouldn’t take them for granted.