Arsenal may have the most expensive match tickets in the Premier League, but if you fancy a cuppa on match day you best take a flask to Old Trafford, Anfield and St Mary’s.
Manchester United, Liverpool and Southampton have the most expensive cups of tea in football at £2.50 a cup, according to BBC Sport’s Price of Football 2014 study.
In contrast, Conference club Braintree charge just 80p for a brew on match day.
Just like last year, Arsenal top the table for the most expensive match day tickets at £97 for an individual adult. The cheapest ticket in the Premier League can be found at Newcastle United, which start at £15 and can go up to £52 for an adult.
BBC Sport’s analysis suggests that the average price of the cheapest match day ticket in the Premier League has risen by almost 16% since 2011.
The most expensive shirts in the Premier League are also found in Manchester: both United and City charge £55 for an adult replica shirt.
And if fans are planning on eating at Premier League grounds, a pie at Crystal Palace, Man City and Southampton will set them back £4.
Conference side Kidderminster Harriers have the honour of the most expensive pies in football – then again, they do have a reputation to uphold.