The BBC Price of Football study has found Fulham to be the most expensive day out in the Championship.
This year, BBC Sport asked more than 200 clubs across the United Kingdom for information on ticket prices, and while almost two thirds of price categories have been reduced or remained the same across Britain, a poll of young adult football fans suggests the cost is still putting them off.
The annual study found that 134 clubs out of 190 in England, Scotland and Wales offer reduced prices for teenagers and young adults - separate from any student concessions - but 55% of the fans polled said they had stopped going completely or go to fewer games because it was too expensive.
In the Championship the average cost of a single home match-day ticket has fallen for the 2017-18 season, however unsurprisingly the west London clubs of Brentford, Fulham and QPR are at the upper end of the scale.
The cheapest adult season ticket in the Championship is Birmingham City who offer tickets as cheap as £230.
Fulham aren’t far behind offering season tickets for £254, while Brentford (£369) and QPR (£400) are some way behind.
While the Cottagers offer a cheap solution, they do boast the most expensive adult season ticket In the Championship at an eye-watering £929.
For comparison, QPR’s most expensive season ticket is £674 while Brentford’s is £499.
In terms of match-day ticket prices, Hull City offer the cheapest single ticket at just £12, while QPR’s cheapest ticket is £30, the most expensive cheap seats in the Championship.
Brentford’s cheapest single ticket is prices at £20, while Fulham’s is priced at £25.
At the upper end of the single match-day ticket scale, Fulham hold the most expensive price in the league at £50, while Brentford and QPR’s most expensive tickets are £35 and £39 respectively.
In terms of an overall day out at a Championship football match, Fulham are calculated to be the most expensive with a day at Craven Cottage costing £60, while Brentford costs £43.70 and QPR costs £48.80.
This includes the cost of the most expensive match-day ticket, a programme, a pie and a cup of tea.
You can compare the cost of watching your club with others using our interactive tool below.