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Premier League 2023-24: Clubs Ranked On Cheapest Matchday Ticket Prices

=11. London Stadium – West Ham [£30]

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Another club that starts their matchday ticket prices at £30 is West Ham United, it will get you a seat in the Category C Band 5 or Band 6 stands. So far, West Ham United has performed well with 4 wins in 8 matches and they are sitting at 7th in the league. If they continue to perform the way they have been performing, the fans will happily pay the amount for their team.

=11. Bramall Lane – Sheffield United [£30]

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Sheffield United are charging their fans £30 for their matchday tickets, the same as West Ham, Brentford, and Brighton. Currently, The Blades are placed at the bottom of the league and haven’t won a single game.

10. St.James’ Park – Newcastle [£32]

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Things have been going really well for Newcastle in the last 18 months. With the new owner’s full backing, they now find themselves playing in the biggest European club competition; UEFA Champions League. For a seat in the family stand for adults, Newcastle charges £32.00.

=8. Craven Cottage – Fulham [£35]

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Fulham charges £35 minimum from their fans for matchday tickets for a seat in the Johnny Haynes ‘A, AL, K, KL (Family Zone)’. For a club based in London, this is not the worst price.

=8. Molineux – Wolves [£35]

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Just like Fulham, Wolves also start their ticket pricing from £35 and they haven’t made a great start to the season. The fans would definitely like to see better footballing performance from their team.

7. Old Trafford – Manchester United [£36]

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One of the most followed clubs in the world, Manchester United charges a minimum of £36 to the fans for a seat in the Purple Stand. The season so far hasn’t been that promising, but the fans will definitely hope for better days as the season goes on.

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