Huddersfield Town has the lowest admission prices in the Championship, according to a recent survey.
The cheapest Huddersfield Town match-day ticket is the lowest in the league at just £10. The most expensive being three per cent above league average at £38.
The cheapest season ticket is 21% below the league average at £262 while the most expensive is four per cent below the league average at £560.
The annual Price of Football survey examines the cost of everything from season tickets, to match-day programmes and refreshments. The cost of a cup of tea at John Smith’s Stadium is £2, a programme £32and a half-time pie, £3.20.
A supporter’s shirt, will set you back £40 for an adult, with a child’s costing £32.
Seventy per cent of UK clubs saw a price freeze or reduction based on last year.
Derby County and Reading join Huddersfield’s £10 match-day ticket the cheapest in the top five leagues in England. While the most expensive is Arsenal, where a match-day brief will cost you £97.