Findings from latest BBC Price of Football study

Manchester City continue to offer good value for money for season ticket holders – study

Here, Press Association Sport outlines a selection of the findings.

Blackpool supporters can chew their way through one of the cheapest pies in League One according to the BBC's annual Price of Football study.

The cheapest matchday ticket is £13 at Wycombe Wanderers, while Colchester United's most expensive single matchday ticket is the dearest in the league at £29. The most expensive season ticket in the league is offered by Charlton Athletic, where it costs £500.

Manchester City can no longer boast the cheapest season ticket in the Premier League, but their limited quantity £299 seasoncards are still among the lowest priced - and you get to watch the most entertaining team in England!

Tottenham were in a relegation battle when it came to the price per home goal category, with fans "spending" £16.28 to see Spurs score in front of their own fans, the fifth worst rate in the league.

Findings from latest BBC Price of Football study

North End's cheapest single ticket is £24, Wolves, Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Leeds and Ipswich charging more.

Ten Championship clubs charge more for an adult replica shirt than the £45 it costs in the Deepdale club shop - eight charge the same as PNE - while their junior replica shirts at £36 is cheaper than 11 clubs in the division.

- The most expensive adult shirt in the Championship is Aston Villa's, which costs £55.

- More than half of clubs in the Premier League increased the cost of their pies. The average price for a pie is £3.65 - up 4.58 per cent since last season. The cheapest pie is available at Carlisle for £2.

The data compiled reveals Burnley to be the true champions in that field - not only do they sell pies at the lowest price of £3 at Turf Moor, but also charge just £3.20 for a pint, costing fans £6.20 in total.

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