Which club costs the most to support? Premier League ticket prices analysed

We all know being a football fan isn’t exactly a cheap hobby – travel, food, beer, they’re all second to the most expensive item we all need every Saturday – a ticket!

These hallowed bits of paper can set us back a quid sometimes for your local side, or you can find yourself shelling out half your savings for a cup final at Wembley.

It is fair to say the Premier League has a variety of ticket prices dependant on who’s playing each other.

But which club has the most expensive ticket price for their premium fixtures? Starsport has all the answers…

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Arsenal – £97

Three years out of the Champions League hasn’t made Emirates Stadium bosses rethink their ticket prices. Gunners fans, you have the most expensive ticket prices in the Premier League.

Aston Villa – £49

In their first season back in the top flight, Villa seem to have hiked their ticket prices up a fair whack.

Bournemouth – £38

The Vitality Stadium doesn’t have many seats if we’re being honest, but that doesn’t look like it means they’re more expensive!

Brighton – £65

Brighton’s never really been a cheap place to go to – and the AMEX seems to be the same.

A season ticket at Arsenal is one of the Premier League’s priciest
(Image: Action Images via Reuters)
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Burnley – £35

Turf Moor is what many would describe as an ‘old school’ football ground, with ‘old school’ ticket prices too!

Chelsea – £76

Stamford Bridge is located in west London, and like the rest of west London, you’re paying a fortune for a ticket.

Crystal Palace – £58

Selhurst Park is often described as the worst stadium in the Premier League – sorry Palace fans! It still costs a pretty penny to visit though…

Everton – £49

The Toffees aren’t expected to be at Goodison Park much longer, and at this price it might be worth popping along before they upgrade.

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