After the opening two games of season Tottenham Hotspur and Sheffield United are level on points.
There is little doubt both sets of fans are happy, four points and unbeaten – United claiming their opening victory of the new Premier League season, whilst Spurs claimed a draw at champions Manchester City.
But both sets of fans are seeing it from very different points of view.
Sheffield United get the best value from their club when it comes to what their club charge them for their season tickets. An average season ticket at Bramall Lane this season would come in at £458, which along with the average wage in Sheffield of £21,626 – means that fans only have to set aside just over 2% of their yearly wage.
However, at more than double what Blades fans pay – you find Tottenham, whose fans have to dish out over 5% of their yearly wage – which is a Premier League high.
|Premier League Value||Average season ticket price||Average salary of the clubs fans||% of yearly wage|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||£690||£23,842||2.52%|
|West Ham United||£647.50||£24,611||2.63%|
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