6. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – Tottenham [£37]
Tottenham Hotspur’s cheapest matchday ticket prices are £37 for Category C matches in the 109 or 110 Stands. Spurs supporters are lucky to have access to a brand-new, cutting-edge stadium every week, which helps to lessen the impact of the ticket price. Currently, they are at the top of the table and would hope to keep this form going.
5. City Ground – Nottingham Forest [£38]
For the second consecutive season, Nottingham Forest will play in the top division, but the fans will hope for a better outing than last term. The starting price charged by the club for an adult matchday ticket is £38.
4. Villa Park – Aston Villa [£40.50]
Tickets for Aston Villa fans are at a slightly higher price, but the fans shouldn’t have many complaints about the team’s performances at least. Unai Emery has been a revolution at the club and the fans will hope for much of the same as the season goes by. The cheapest matchday ticket at Villa Park costs £40.50 for a seat in Zone 4 for a Category B match.
3. Selhurst Park – Crystal Palace [£42]
With a starting price of £42, Crystal Palace is one of the most expensive stadiums to watch the match in. Having been in the Premier League for a decade now, they still have a lot of unpredictability about them.
2. Etihad Stadium – Manchester City [£44]
The kind of performances Manchester City fans have seen from their team in the last few years is enough for the fans to spill a minimum of £44 to watch their team play. Their dominating display of football is surely worth the money.
1. Goodison Park – Everton [£55]
To watch an Everton match at their home ground is going to cost you a minimum of a whopping £55, which is a bit high considering the performance of the team. They barely survived relegation last season and the start to this season hasn’t been that good either.