According to the BBC’s Price of Football Study 2016, Arsenal charge the most for match day and season tickets.
The cheapest season ticket an Arsenal fan can buy costs £1,014 which is almost three times as much as the cheapest on offer at Manchester City (£299). Their most expensive season ticket (£2,013) is almost four times of what Swansea fans pay (£489) for their most expensive ticket. Only Paris Saint-Germain (£2,588.75) charge more in the whole of Europe.
Premier League 2016-17: Full result on ticket and shirt prices
Interestingly, the clubs charging the four most expensive season tickets in the Premier League are all from London, with Tottenham, Chelsea, and West Ham all charging over £1,000.
Liverpool and Hull City offer the joint-cheapest match day ticket at only £9, almost six times less than what Chelsea charge for their lowest match day ticket.
The Gunners have the most expensive match day ticket at £97, although other London clubs like Chelsea and Tottenham are hot on Arsenal’s heels.
Manchester United charge £50, the most in the Premier League, for junior replica shirts. The Red Devils along with their derby rivals, Manchester City, charge £60 for the adult shirt, the most expensive in the Premier League.
United also charge as much as £2.50 for a cup of tea, along with Liverpool, Glasgow Rangers, Fulham, and Bristol City.