As the Premier League's popularity grows, tickets to matches don't come cheap. The entire matchday experience can cost a pretty penny, even for teams that aren't global enterprises. So, how much does it cost to attend a Premier League match? Using data collected in BBC Sport's "Price of Football 2016," feature, here's how the 20 Premier League teams stack up. Teams were ranked on the average price of a season ticket, calculated by averaging the prices of the most and least expensive season ticket listed.
In addition, there's information on the cost of snacks, apparel and, of course, a cup of tea. Because no Premier League experience is complete without pie and a cuppa. So, which team is the priciest to watch, and which is the best bargain?
Cheapest season ticket: £350 Most expensive season ticket: £505 Average season ticket: £427.50 Average matchday ticket: £30
19. Hull City
Cheapest season ticket: £252 Most expensive season ticket: £612 Average season ticket: £432 Average matchday ticket: £21
18. Stoke City
Cheapest season ticket: £294 Most expensive season ticket: £609 Average season ticket: £451.50 Average matchday ticket: £37.50
Cheapest season ticket: £419 Most expensive season ticket: £489 Average season ticket: £454 Average matchday ticket: £40
T-17. West Bromwich Albion
Cheapest season ticket: £399 Most expensive season ticket: £509 Average season ticket: £454 Average matchday ticket: £32
Cheapest season ticket: £329 Most expensive season ticket: £580 Average season ticket: £454.50 Average matchday ticket: £35
Cheapest season ticket: £385 Most expensive season ticket: £650 Average season ticket: £517.50 Average matchday ticket: £39
Cheapest season ticket: £397 Most expensive season ticket: £646 Average season ticket: £521.50 Average matchday ticket: £34.50
12. Leicester City
Cheapest season ticket: £365 Most expensive season ticket: £730 Average season ticket: £547.50 Average matchday ticket: £38
T-11. Crystal Palace
Cheapest season ticket: £420 Most expensive season ticket: £680 Average season ticket: £550 Average matchday ticket: £34
Cheapest season ticket: £420 Most expensive season ticket: £680 Average season ticket: £550 Average matchday ticket: £42
9. Manchester City
Cheapest season ticket: £299 Most expensive season ticket: £900 Average season ticket: £599.50 Average matchday ticket: £46.50
Cheapest season ticket: £550 Most expensive season ticket: £760 Average season ticket: £655 Average matchday ticket: £32
7. West Ham United
Cheapest season ticket: £289 Most expensive season ticket: £1,100 Average season ticket: £694.50 Average matchday ticket: £32.00
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Cheapest season ticket: £541 Most expensive season ticket: £853 Average season ticket: £697 Average matchday ticket: £44
5. Manchester United
Cheapest season ticket: £532 Most expensive season ticket: £950 Average season ticket: £741 Average matchday ticket: £47
Cheapest season ticket: £685 Most expensive season ticket: £869 Average season ticket: £777 Average matchday ticket: £34
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Cheapest season ticket: £750 Most expensive season ticket: £1,250 Average season ticket: £1,000 Average matchday ticket: £69.50
Cheapest season ticket: £765 Most expensive season ticket: £1,895 Average season ticket: £1,330 Average matchday ticket: £56.50
Cheapest season ticket: £1,014 Most expensive season ticket: £2,013 Average season ticket: £1,513.50 Average matchday ticket: £62
Note, via BBC Sport: "Arsenal's season ticket includes all 19 home Premier League matches and the first seven home cup matches in European competitions and the FA Cup. The club also offers a £4 discount to fans on all away match tickets."
If you want to look the part at a match, you're going to need a team shirt. Unfortunately, most of them cost as much or more than a match ticket. The good news is that they're reusable! Fans of the Manchester clubs will pay a premium, though, at £60 a pop. The cheapest kits at found at Bournemouth and Burnley, at £40.
Manchester United FC
Kiddos get a discount on their shirts, but not a very sizable one. A United youth kit runs £50, but Bournemouth's is just £30.
Pies are a staple of not only British cuisine but also a handful of mean-spirited chants. A typical pie at a Premier League venue will run customers anywhere between £3-4.10, with West Ham charging the highest price. Chelsea and Boro offer the best value at £3 per pie.
A Premier League match program averages around £3.50, so it doesn't break the bank. Pennypinchers beware: Southampton's match programs run £4, the priciest in the EPL.
A match isn't complete without something to drink! And since they didn't have data on adult libations, we'll have to settle for a caffeine fix. Tea prices range from £1-2.50. A cheap enough pick-me-up in case your team is parking the bus.