The BBC Sport Price of Football study shows the average price of the cheapest match-day ticket across all four divisions is £21.49 (€27), up 13% since 2011, compared to a 6.8% increase in the cost of living. The average Premier League season ticket costs £508 (€638) compared to £138 (€173) in the Bundesliga — Bayern Munich fans can pay as little as £109.65 (€137.78), and in Spain Barcelona fans can get a season ticket for just £103.38 (€129.90).
Arsenal is the most expensive club in Europe to watch via a season ticket, ranging from £1,014 (€1,274) to £2,013 (€2,534).
Manchester City have the cheapest season ticket in the Premier League starting at £299 (€376).
The cheapest match-day ticket in the Premier League has risen by 15.8%, 31.7% in League One and 19% in League Two.
Only in the Championship has it dropped — by 3.2%.
Arsenal have dropped their most expensive match-day ticket from £126 (€158) last year to £97 (€122).
Chelsea have the highest-priced cheapest match-day ticket of all the Premier League club’s — prices at Stamford Bridge begin at £50 (€62)
Derby and Sheffield Wednesday both boast £10 (€12.50) match-day tickets — the cheapestin English football and only matched by Southport in the Conference.
The study also shows the average price of the cheapest match-day ticket in Scotland’s football’s top flight has increased by almost 8% since 2011 — from £18.92 (€23.78) to £20.42 (€25.66).