It's a cliche, but they say every football club should aim to make their home stadium a fortress

Every League One club's home record over the last 10 years - and the results will surprise you

It's a cliche, but they say every football club should aim to make their home stadium a fortress.

And courtesy of research from Your-Promotional-Code.co.uk we're able to discover which League One clubs have had the most success at home. We look at all the current 24 third tier clubs' points per game ratio over the last 10 years on home soil and rank them in order. Every season has been taken into consideration for each club, whether they were in the Premier League, Championship, League One and Two or the National League:

P243 W120 D51 L72 = 411 pts. That gives Rovers a points per game ratio of 1.69.

5. Bristol Rovers

P243 W120 D51 L72 = 411 pts. That gives Rovers a points per game ratio of 1.69.
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P242 W113 D58 L71 = 397 pts. That gives Oxford a points per game ratio of 1.64.

6. Oxford United

P242 W113 D58 L71 = 397 pts. That gives Oxford a points per game ratio of 1.64.
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P243 W110 D68 L65 = 398 pts. That gives Southend a points per game ratio of 1.64.

7. Southend United

P243 W110 D68 L65 = 398 pts. That gives Southend a points per game ratio of 1.64.
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P243 W110 D68 L65 = 398 pts. That gives the Gills a points per game ratio of 1.64.

8. Gillingham

P243 W110 D68 L65 = 398 pts. That gives the Gills a points per game ratio of 1.64.
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