8,000 miles next season following the Reds
During the 2014-15 campaign, Reds fans will have to travel a monumental 8147 miles following John Gregory's men up and down the country in League One.
The longest trip for supporters travelling from Crawley is the journey to newly promoted Fleetwood Town, where a 566-mile round trek will have to be made.
Although we lost the likes of Carlisle, Tranmere and Shrewsbury due to relegation, and Rotherham United through the play-offs, League One has gained Barnsley, Doncaster Rovers and Yeovil Town following their demotion from the Championship, whilst Rochdale, Scunthorpe and Chesterfield have joined Fleetwood from League Two.
The Reds' most local match will be the short hop to Kent to face Gillingham (106.8-mile round trip) with Leyton Orient's failure in earning promotion means they are also 'near neighbours' for us.
The average journey for Reds fans for this coming campaign is a 354-mile round trip.