We have taken a look at the cheapest season tickets offered by clubs in the Championship and the Premier League to see if a north/south divide exists in the world of football.

And while there is not a massive change in amounts in the Championship, the Premier League figure shows a very different outcome.

In the Championship, clubs in the south, which takes into account Brentford and Fulham, charge just four per cent more for their cheapest season tickets than clubs in the north - £364 v £396.82

Midlands clubs work out the cheapest with an average cost of just £361.50

In the Premier League though, southern clubs, which include Chelsea and QPR, charge on average 24 per cent more than northern clubs - £643.75 v £483.50

Overall, across the two leagues, southern clubs charge 16 per cent more than northern clubs.

 

Note: Data for Premier League clubs taken from sporting intelligence, Championship clubs data from team websites.

Prices are for a standard adult ticket and do not include early bird discounts or payment fees.

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