Albion fans travelled in record numbers for the club's first season in the Premier League.

More than 50,000 supporters followed the Seagulls all over the country from the Emirates to the Etihad.

The biggest turnout was over 3,400 for the draw at Southampton at the end of January.

Chris Hughton's team were also backed by at least 3,000 fans at Leicester for the first away game, Manchester United in November, Spurs at Wembley and Chelsea in December, Stoke in February and in Sunday's closing fixture against Liverpool at Anfield.

The lowest away attendance was 1,200 on a Friday night in September at Bournemouth, where the allocation was limited and the match was live on TV.

The only other game where Albion had fewer than 2,000 away fans was at Burnley last month.