But average matchday price still over £20

icon money12 September ~ The BBC Price of Football Survey 2013 has found that average ticket prices have dropped by around two-and-a-half per cent on last season. This could be a reaction to falling attendances, particularly by Football League clubs whose crowds dropped by five per cent last season. The average cheapest season ticket in England's top four divisions was £336.63, while the average cheapest matchday ticket is now £20.85. Sports minister Hugh Robertson said: "It is good news for fans but it does come after a long period of incremental rises year on year."

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