Date: 15th October 2015 at 3:10pm
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With this week seeing the annual release of the BBC’s Price of Football survey, we take a closer look at just who gives you the best value for money when it comes to a football day out.

We’ve took their cheapest priced match ticket, along with the prices of a programme, pie and a cup of tea to give us our results.

Take a look as we reveal the top five cheapest days outs from the Premier League down to League Two.

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08 August 2015 Premier League Football - Leicester City v Sunderland ;    Tension on the faces of the Sunderland supporters. Photo: Mark Leech

5. Sunderland£33.80)

Black Cats fans won’t be wanting to pay much to watch their team at the minute, and so it’s probably a good thing that they provide the fifth cheapest day out. Still without a win, Sunderland supporters may not be enjoying the proceedings on the pitch, but they won’t be paying over the odds.

Matchday ticket: £25
Programme: £3
Pie: £3
Tea: £2.30

4. Stoke City – £33.50

Mark Hughes’ change in style of play and big name signings has brought Potters fans in at the Britannia. Having Champions League winners on the pitch with Xheridan Shaqiri and Ibrahim Afellay makes it even sweeter that Stoke offer the fourth cheapest day out in the league.

Matchday ticket: £25
Programme: £3.50
Pie: £2.90
Tea: £2.20

3. Crystal Palace – £32.70

The signing of Yohan Cabaye, and a lot of pace in the team with Yannick Bolasie and Wilfried Zaha, make Palace a very exciting team to watch. It’s obvious the fans make the most of being the third cheapest in the league, with the atmosphere inside Selhurst Park bouncing every week.

Matchday ticket: £23
Programme: £3.50
Pie: £4
Tea: £2.20

2. Aston Villa – £31.40

Having brought in 12 new faces in the summer, Tim Sherwood has looked to rejuvenate the Midlands club. However, The Claret and Blue have had a poor start, and fans may soon be paying to see a new manager in the dugout. Despite this, they offer the second cheapest day out in the Premier League, which is welcome to watch a good standard of top-flight football.

Matchday ticket: £23
Programme: £3.50
Pie: £3.30
Tea: £2.10

1. Leicester City – £31.20

The surprise package for many this season, Leicester’s turn around under new manager Claudio Ranieri has had fans flocking to the King Power. They can afford to do it as well, with the cheapest day out in the league, Foxes supporters will be hoping they can see their team perform as well for such an affordable price.

Matchday ticket: £22
Programme: £3.50
Pie: £3.50
Tea: £2.20

*prices based on each club’s cheapest matchday ticket.


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