Arsenal Top Match Day Prices As Fans Pay More Than £100 Per Game
Full cost of a matchday at the Emirates including a pie and pint is £105.40
Huddersfield is the cheapest football day out in the Premier League at £36.60
A season ticket at Spurs is the same as the average UK monthly salary
Chelsea has the cheapest pies but the most expensive beer.
Matchday Calculator provides comprehensive information on home and away match tickets for every Premier League club
With the Premier League season underway, new data reveals the true price of football for fans across the UK, and it’s more bad news for Arsenal fans.
After two defeats that have left Unai Emery’s side sliding down the table, Gooners may also see their bank balance take an unhealthy plunge, with tickets at the Emirates costing as much as £97.
Including a half-time pint and a pie, Arsenal fans will fork out a massive £105.40 for every home game. That equates to an eye-watering £2,002.60 if they attend all 19 home league matches – and that’s not even including cup games or Europa League matches.
The Matchday Calculator from FreeSuperTips reveals the true cost of attending Premier League matches, including home, away and season ticket data for every club, as well as the cost of a pint and a pie. A calculator function also enables fans to estimate their costs across an entire season, including home and away matches.
While the red half of North London is counting the cost, Tottenham fans don’t even have a home ground to attend after delays to the new-look White Hart Lane. When it’s finally finished, Spurs fans will be forking out £89.50 to watch Harry Kane and co in action.
The Premier League Match Day Calculator also reveals that Tottenham fans could shell out as much as £2,200 for a season ticket too – that’s the same as the average monthly UK salary!
Huddersfield fans have the lowest outgoings in their second season in the Premier League. A home game ticket, pie and a pint at the John Smith’s Stadium will set fans back just £36.60 – almost three times less than Arsenal fans will pay.
Surprisingly, the cheapest pie at £2.50 can be found at Stamford Bridge, while new boys Fulham charge the most at £4.50 despite only being down the road. However, Chelsea are the most costly team on the booze front, charging £4.60 for a pint; while Huddersfield fans only pay £3.20 – the only supporters in the Premier League who can get three pints for less than a tenner.
For the full set of statistics and to work out exactly how much you’re liekly to spend on Premier League attendance this season visit https://www.freesupertips.co.uk/matchday-calculator/#.