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Liverpool, Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal: How much is every Premier League club’s season ticket?

Which Premier League clubs’ season tickets are the most affordable?

The Premier League is home to some of the most expensive season tickets in world football.

Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool are just some of the biggest clubs in Britain who get away with charging their most dedicated fans in excess of £500 per year to sit and watch the beautiful game.

But which Premier League team has the most affordable season tickets?

Thankfully, our friends over at Compare.bet have done the maths for us and ranked the most and least affordable season tickets in the English top flight this season, after comparing the average weekly wages of each team’s local residents to the cheapest season ticket price, with some surprising results.

This fascinating study based on local wages shows Burnley FC is the most affordable, Tottenham Hotspur the least, with West Ham United close behind the Clarets in second place in the table.

Check out the most and least affordable football clubs to support, per the study, below…

  1. Tottenham Hotspur – £807
  2. Liverpool FC – £685
  3. Arsenal FC – £891
  4. Wolverhampton Wanders – £549
  5. Brighton and Hove Albion – £545
  6. Norwich City – £499
  7. Manchester United – £532
  8. Newcastle United – £417
  9. Leicester City – £365
  10. Chelsea FC – £595
  11. Watford FC – £496
  12. Crystal Palace – £435
  13. Everton FC – £420
  14. Brentford FC – £419
  15. Southampton FC – £399
  16. Aston Villa – £370
  17. Leeds United – £349
  18. Manchester City – £325
  19. West Ham United – £320
  20. Burnley FC – £319

In first place, Burnley came out on top of the pile, with the study showing it would take just three working days to pay for Burnley’s most affordable season ticket. The most affordable season ticket at Turf Moor costs £319, compared to the average resident weekly wage of £423.70, as per the study.

Burnley take top spot ahead of David Moyes’ side, West Ham United.

Tottenham Hotspur, meanwhile, sit rock bottom of the Premier League of affordability. It would take some Tottenham fans 10 days of working to be able to afford a season ticket at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, according to this latest study.

It costs a staggering £807, compared to the average resident weekly wage of £549.10.

Credit: Thomas Ward

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