With stadiums full after Covid, more than half of the Premier League clubs are raising ticket prices with the cost of season tickets going up for the most loyal fans.
Of the 20 Premier League clubs, 11 have increased the price of their costliest 19-match season tickets, with 9 charging more for their cheapest options, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
But Everton, despite their financial woes, still rank a lowly 18th out 20 for the priciest season tickets, which have increased for next season from £565 to £625, while the big London clubs charge over £1,000, and Spurs top the table at £2,025.
For the cheapest season tickets. Everton sit in the middle of the pack, with prices going up from £420 to £465, while Liverpool are charging half as much again, at £685.
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