Premier League football club beat Stevenage FC on season ticket price

A PREMIER League club’s most expensive season ticket is cheaper than the equivalent at Stevenage FC, a new survey has revealed.

Wigan Athletic’s priciest season ticket in 2010-2011 will cost �295, �50 less than the �345 charged for sitting in the Main Stand at Boro’s Lamex Stadium for the same period.

The Broadhall Way-based side, who face their first match in the Football League on Saturday following last season’s promotion to League Two, have the 16th cheapest top-price ticket out of England’s 92 football league clubs compared to Wigan who are sixth lowest, according to a survey conducted by football magazine FourFourTwo.

The most expensive season ticket in the Football League is Arsenal at �1,825, followed by London rivals Tottenham Hotspur in second costing �1,695 and Chelsea third at �1,210.

Boro’s fellow League Two opposition Accrington Stanley can boast the best value out of all 92 clubs for a top-price ticket at �230 for the season.


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