Premier League match for just £10
Premier League fans without season tickets will pay as little as £10 and as much as £100 for a ticket to watch their clubs, according to a new survey.
The BBC survey shows Blackburn come out as the top-flight club with the lowest possible outlay for a match-day - the cheapest possible adult ticket, a programme, a pie and a cup of tea costs £17.50 - at Liverpool by contrast it costs £46.95.
According to the survey, Arsenal have the highest possible cost of a single ticket at £100, and the most expensive pies at £4, but their cheapest ticket is £35 while Liverpool's is £39.
The Premier League said that clubs tried to pitch prices at different levels for fans with different budgets.
A statement said: "With Premier League grounds over 92% full on average in each of the last three seasons fans are clearly enjoying the football, and the overall match-day experiences, that are on offer.
"Fans want to watch games featuring top talent in safe stadia. Our clubs have invested more than £2bn in facilities and continue to invest heavily in developing and acquiring the best possible players to make the whole fan experience as good as possible."