How Nottingham Forest's redeveloped City Ground capacity compares to the rest of the stadiums in this season's Championship - in pictures

Nottingham Forest's plans to redevelop the City Ground include increasing the stadium capacity to 38,000.

Friday, 1st March 2019, 1:52 pm
Updated Friday, 1st March 2019, 3:17 pm
Artist impression of the new City Ground. Supplied by Nottingham Forest FC.
Artist impression of the new City Ground. Supplied by Nottingham Forest FC.

The Reds currently hold the eighth highest capacity in the Championship, with 30,602. So where would its new capacity rank against the rest of this season's stadiums in the Championship? Data sourced from www.transfermarkt.com.

Rotherham United - 12,000
Brentford - 12,763

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QPR - 18,360
Millwall - 20,146
Swansea City - 21,088
Preston North End - 23,408
Reading - 24,161
Hull City - 24,983
Wigan Athletic - 25,133
West Bromwich Albion - 26,850
Norwich City - 27,244
Bristol City - 27,699
Bolton Wanderers - 28,723
Birmingham City - 29,409
Stoke City - 30,089
Ipswich Town - 30,311
Nottingham Forest - 30,602
Blackburn Rovers - 31.367
Sheffield United - 32,702
Derby County - 33,597
Middlesbrough - 33.746
Leeds United - 37,890
Nottingham Forest - 38,000
Sheffield Wednesday - 39,859
Aston Villa - 42,682