Premier League Season Tickets Guide: Huddersfield the cheapest

Whilst the £100 for Huddersfield is just for fans whom have been season ticket holders for over 10 years, the next lowest is £199.

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That’s right! Huddersfield are offering Season Tickets for all 19 home games for £100 for their loyal fans.

That is less than £5 per game to see them in the Premier League against teams like Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal. With the new season starting in mid-August fans are securing their seats at their favourite clubs. The analysts with FanSeats.co.uk have looked into the average cost of ticket prices for fans up and down the country. 

–          Huddersfield Town F.C have the lowest price for season tickets at £100

–       The most expensive season ticket (without hospitality) is £2000 at Arsenal. 

–          Best value per points is Manchester City at just £299

Also Read: Know new Premier League opponents (Part 1): Brighton and Hove Albion

Whilst the £100 for Huddersfield is just for fans whom have been season ticket holders for over 10 years, the next lowest is £199. Based on performance in the league Manchester City have the best value tickets at £299 for the lowest, with an average price of £600.

Other Interesting Prices found in the study

Manchester City

Cheapest season ticket: £299

Most expensive season ticket: £900

Average season ticket: £599.50

Stoke City

Cheapest season ticket: £294

Most expensive season ticket: £609

Average season ticket: £451.50

Manchester United

Cheapest season ticket: £532

Most expensive season ticket: £975

Average season ticket: £741

Also Read: Know new Premier League opponents (Part 2): Newcastle United

Away fans have been the biggest winners as the prices were limited to £30 by the Football Association for the next 2 seasons. This was as a result of increased protest from supporters unhappy with the increasing costs. This year, the new season of Premier League begins on 12th August. Arsenal welcome Leicester City, Manchester United host the hammers, Liverpool travel to Watford, Manchester City go away to Brighton and Chelsea take on Burnley at Stamford Bridge to start the campaign to defend their title.

 

Should home games and season tickets have a price limit or are clubs free to charge whatever price they wish? Let us know in the comments below. 

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