However cheapest Premier League tickets now cost over £30 on average

icon ticketprices15 October ~ The BBC have released their annual Price of Football survey, which shows that the cheapest match day ticket in the Premier League now costs more than £30 on average. However, around 70 per cent of tickets saw a price freeze or reduction for 2015-16. According to the study Bradford's £149 season ticket is the cheapest available to all supporters in England’s top four divisions, while the most expensive remain at Arsenal, where they range from £1,014 to £2,013. Meanwhile the average cost of replica shirts is now £42.18 for adults and £33.78 for children. You can see the full details of the survey here.

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