Search Menu

2012-13 Premier League ticket prices: How much will your club charge next season?

Share

Despite the 2011-12 season just coming to an end plus Euro 2012 and the Olympics still to come over a manic football summer, Premier League football fans are eagerly looking into next season’s season tickets. Going to watch a top-level club play is never cheap, with the cost to the supporters seemingly rising on a campaign-by-campaign basis. Here is the available information for 2012-13 for your Premier League club.

Arsenal

  • Average attendance 60,000 (-0.04% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices for 2012-13 £985-£1955 (frozen, includes seven cup matches)
  • Adult matchday prices for 2012-13 TBC

Aston Villa

  • Average attendance 33,873 (-8.93% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices £295-£580 in early‑bird scheme (frozen); £325-£595 afterwards (up 1%-3%)
  • Adult matchday prices TBC

Chelsea

  • Average attendance 41,498 (+0.17% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices £595-£1,250 (frozen)
  • Adult matchday prices £36‑£82 (members, frozen), £41-£87 (non-members, frozen)

Everton

  • Average attendance 33,228 (-7.8% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices £399-£597.60 in early‑bird period, now closed; £443‑£672 afterwards up 3%)
  • Adult matchday prices TBC, but set to be increased at or near the rate of inflation

Fulham

  • Average attendance 25,294 (-0.6% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices £399-£909 in early‑bird period (up 5%); £449-£959 afterwards (up 2.1%-18.5%)
  • Adult matchday prices: TBC

Liverpool

  • Average attendance 44,253 (+3.35% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices £725-£780 (frozen)
  • Adult matchday prices £39‑£48 (frozen)

Manchester City

  • Average attendance 47,031 (+2.5% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices for 2012-13 £275-£745 (up 9%)
  • Adult matchday prices for 2012-13 TBC, with news expected in mid-July

Manchester United

  • Average attendance 75,387 (+0.37% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices £532-£950 (frozen)
  • Adult matchday prices Members £30-£52 (up 5%); non‑members £35-£57 (up 4.4%)

Newcastle

  • Average attendance 49,935 (+4.65% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices £373-£717 for one-year renewals (up 5%)
  • Adult matchday prices TBC

Norwich

  • Average attendance 26,605 (+4.8% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices £547-£608 (up 11%)
  • Adult matchday prices for 2012-13 TBC

QPR

  • Average attendance 17,295 (+10.61% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices £499-£949 (frozen from revised 2011-12 prices)
  • Adult matchday prices TBC

Reading

  • Average attendance 19,219 (-6.66% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices for 2012-13 £375-£425 before 27 April (frozen), £525-£595 from 15 May (up 33%)
  • Adult matchday prices £32-£45 (up between 39% and 74%)

Southampton – not included as they are yet to release their 2012-13 season ticket prices

Stoke

  • Average attendance 27,225 (+1.37% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices £399‑£599 (frozen)
  • Adult matchday prices TBC

Sunderland

  • Average attendance 39,095 (-2.28% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices £425-£525 (up 5%)
  • Adult matchday prices £25‑£40 (up by average £2.5%)

Swansea

  • Average attendance 19,946 (+27.15% on 2010‑11)
  • Adult season ticket prices £449-£499 (up 10.4%)
  • Adult matchday prices TBC

Tottenham

  • Average attendance 36,026 (+0.9% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices £730‑£1,845 (up by 3.6%‑5.79%)
  • Adult matchday prices TBC

West Brom

  • Average attendance 24,844 (+0.84% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices £349-£449 (down 11.3%)
  • Adult matchday prices TBC

West Ham

  • Average attendance 31,079 (-7% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices for 2012-13 £600-£850 (up 16.6%, but same as 2010-11)
  • Adult matchday prices TBC

Wigan

  • Average attendance 18,633 (+10.83% on 2010-11)
  • Adult season ticket prices £255-£350 (up 2%)
  • Adult matchday prices TBC

Conclusions

  • Highest average attendance is Manchester United at 75,387
  • Lowest average attendance is QPR at 17,295
  • Most expensive season ticket for 2012-13 is Arsenal at £985-£1955
  • Cheapest season ticket is at Wigan at £255-£350
  • The newly promoted teams have hiked their prices up the most, with West Ham increasing by 16.6% and reading by 33%
  • Big guns Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool’s season tickets are all frozen in price.
  • Premier League champions Manchester City have increased their season ticket prices by 9%
  • The most expensive matchday ticket of the information given is at Chelsea, with a top ticket costing £87

Football Expert? Prove it! Share your knowledge, tips and comments. Win cash prizes - £11,000 monthly! Join OLBG's free-to-enter tipping competition.

Comments are closed