Arsenal's Emirates tops prices league in Premier League
Friday 19 October 2012
Arsenal are the most expensive club to follow in the country for a second year running.
The cheapest season ticket to follow Arsène Wenger's team is only £15 short of £1,000. This is more than all but three of their Premier League rivals' most expensive equivalent.
The most costly adult match-day ticket is at Arsenal, too, at £126, which is £120 more than the cheapest in Britain – Montrose for £6. Arsenal also have the most expensive season ticket at £1,955, while Montrose's is the lowest at £90.
The findings are part of the BBC's Sport Price of Football survey, which found that the average price of the most affordable ticket in league football has risen from £19.01 to £21.24 in the past 12 months.
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