A piece of interesting information I found on daily mail about a BBC research detailing the cost of premiership tickets. The cheapest season ticket is that of Wigan costing just £310. The highest is my darling Arsenal at £1,955 pounds despite not winning a trophy in over 6years. From the table below, it does seem like it cost more to watch a game of football in London than anywhere else averaging over £1k. In fact the cheapest ground in london, QPR £949 cost more than Man City, £695 and Liverpool £802. It’s just £1 less that Man United. Could the city of London have anything to with it? The tickets are mostly for home matches and covers premiership, fa cup and european competitions.
The table which contains a lot more information like tea, pie etc can be found below.