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REVIEW: Sky Blues 2021/22 Season In Numbers

Another look at the 2021/22 season...

13 May 2022

With the 2021/22 season coming to an end, we take a look back at the season in numbers...

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24,492 – The highest attendance at the Coventry Building Society Arena was against AFC Bournemouth.

19,541 – In our first season back at the Coventry Building Society Arena 23 league fixtures averaged this attendance.

5,100 –
The highest away following from City in the FA Cup Fourth Round against Southampton.

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3,965 – Nobody played more minutes than Dom Hyam this season with the defender just shy of 4,000.

2,073 –
The Sky Blue Army averaged over 2,000 supporters on the road this season in all competitions.

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64 –
City picked up their highest Championship points tally since 2004.

60 –
The goals scored from Mark Robins side in the Championship.

47 –
The number of appearances made by Callum O’Hare and Viktor Gyokeres. Nobody played more.

35 – Kyle McFadzean was City’s oldest player to appear during the 2021/22 season.

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27 – The Sky Blues picked up 27 points from losing positions this season, more than any other side in the league.

26 – Mark Robins called-upon 26 players in all competitions this season.

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18 –
The number of wins City recorded in all competitions.

18 – Swedish striker Viktor Gyokeres was City’s top goalscorer.

17 – Ryan Howley was City’s youngest player to appear during the 2021/22 season.

15 – There were this many goalscorers across the campaign.

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11 – No team would score more goals in stoppage time than the Sky Blues across the football league.

10 – Simon Moore and Ben Wilson contributed to pick-up ten clean sheets in the league.

9 – Mark Robins handed debuts to nine players during the 2021/22 season.

8 –
The number of assists made by Callum O’Hare and Gustavo Hamer.

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7 –
City found the back more times against Fulham and Peterborough United than they did any side this season.

3 – Matty Godden found the back of the net with three spot-kicks.


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