The Premier League kicked off this weekend and despite a cost-of-living crisis in the UK, there are a number of clubs charging between £1,000 ($1,200/€1,200) and £2,000 for a season ticket.
Tottenham Hotspur has beaten its North London rival by charging fans £2,025 for a season ticket, while Arsenal’s option is slightly cheaper at £1,839.
However, Arsenal has the highest cheapest ticket, which will set fans back £927, while Tottenham’s comes in at £807.
It seems that London-based teams are among the clubs charging the most for season tickets, with Fulham and West Ham United charging £1,050 and £1,025 for the most expensive options.
West Ham offers the cheapest season ticket in the Premier League with a select number of seats available for as little as £299.
Crystal Palace charges between £755 and £420 for its season tickets, while Brentford is considered London’s cheapest Premier League club in terms of its season ticket prices. The club’s most expensive season ticket is £549 and its cheapest is £419.
Elsewhere in the Premier League, current champions Manchester City charges £980 for its most expensive season ticket, but has a relatively low-cost option at £350. Neighbours Manchester United charges between £950 and £532 per season ticket, while Liverpool’s offering ranges from £685 to £869.
Nottingham Forest is just behind Brentford in terms of price, offering season tickets for between £385 and £550.