It’s no surprise that Premier League tickets vary widely in price, from team to team. In London, you’ll pay a hefty £57, on average, for one of Chelsea’s cheapest tickets to see The Blues play at Stamford Bridge. At the other end of the spectrum, a cheap ticket to see the just-relegated Hull City Tigers at KCOM Stadium cost an average of only £17, depending on what category of game you’re watching.
There’s more to the story, however, since incomes also vary significantly around the U.K. Since our goal is to flesh out how affordable each team is to support, we priced the average cost of the cheapest adult matchday tickets – across all different game categories – and compared that to the average after-tax household income in the region each team is located.