Data blog: How much do West Ham fans have to pay for a ticket?

By Giles Broadbent on August 13, 2014 12:58 PM |

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The Football Supporters' Federation is set to meet the FA tomorrow to discuss the expense of Premier League ticket prices.

We've taken a look at the most and least expensive tickets for each Premier League club's top and bottom category games, to see whose fans are being squeezed the most.


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West Ham fans can be expected to pay as much as £70 for a ticket - much more than last season's runners-up Liverpool, who charge at most £59 a ticket.

Arsenal have the most expensive matchday ticket of all at £97 for a category A game. The cheapest for the same match is £65.50 - also the most expensive. Rivals Man Utd fans pay at most £58 for a ticket and as little as £36 for any game - regardless of category.

However, Gooners get some respite in their lowest category matches. The most expensive tickets are £39.5, and the least £27. That's some way short of London rivals Chelsea.

Fans going to watch Jose Mourinho's side can fork out anywhere between £70 and £41 for the lowest category matches