This year, Premier League supporters will pay in between £252 and £1,035 for the cheapest seats at home games, £34 to £97 for the most affordable match day tickets and in between £7.99 and £15 for the all essential club scarf. Price here having no correlation to how good a team is, how well it performs or even how many tickets the club can sell.
The top 3 most expensive teams to support are Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea even though they have the largest home stadiums in the league. The top 3 most affordable teams are Hull City, West Ham and Stoke City, even though West Ham is London based and Hull and Stoke have two of the top 10 smaller stadiums.
While it’s no surprise that northern teams are generally cheaper to support and you can actually see prices escalate the further south you travel, London teams such as West Ham and Crystal Palace can still offer some of the top 10 most affordable tickets. Top teams like Manchester United, Leicester and Manchester City can offer fans results, trills and value for money. And teams with smaller stadiums and less ticket revenue, such as Bournemouth and Swansea, can still manage to keep prices below £600.
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