West Ham season tickets lead way


By Sean Whetstone

West Ham’s remain the cheapest season tickets in the Premier League with a band 6 adult season ticket costing £310 for a season or £16.32 per home game. U18 for bands 5 and 6 remain at £99 for the season or just £5.21 per game.

Burnley are in second place with a £335 season ticket followed by Manchester City at £385. At the other end Arsenal have the most expensive cheapest season ticket at £973.50 with the cheapest Spurs season ticket charged at £807 and Chelsea cheapest season ticket at £750.

West Ham United – not unnaturally – say they are extremely proud to be the home of most affordable family football in London and the Premier League.

West Ham welcomes around 10,000 children and young adults to London Stadium every week for just £5.21 per game on average with their £99 Under-18s Season Ticket.

West Ham Season ticket renewals were at 94% this summer, down from 97% last summer with only around 3,500 supporters deciding to give up their season ticket.

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!"

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  • PhilA says:


    You should balance this by showing the most expensive seat data …I think you’ll find we are 5th

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