Published On: Tue, Oct 20th, 2015

How Premier League Ticket Prices Compare To Europe’s Elite

Chelsea finished their pre-season tour of North America by defeating European champions Barcelona

Watching football in the UK has become an expensive undertaking for fans. British supporters have to fork out more for an afternoon in the stadium than fans of the continent’s biggest names. Take Chelsea for example. If you want to watch the Premier League champions play at Stamford Bridge, you’ll have to pay £52 (€71.04/$80.8), according to BBC Sport’s “Price of Football” study. An afternoon watching Real Madrid will cost just over half that. Barcelona’s cheapest match day ticket is just £17.16 (€23.44/$26.67) while a trip to the Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund will set you back £12.46 (€17.02/$19.37).

 

This chart shows the cheapest price for a match day ticket at selected football clubs for the 2015-16 season.

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