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The cheapest and most expensive match day tickets on offer in the Premier League

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The costs attached to watching Premier League football have been highlighted as part of annual research conducted by BBC Sport.

A total of 223 clubs were surveyed as part of the BBC Price of Football study, which also analysed ticket prices across English football to determine the cheapest and most expensive available.

Clubs from across England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales and Europe were quizzed as part of the report, with Plymouth Argyle the only UK club to opt out of the research.

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The findings threw up plenty of fascinating data particularly when it came to identifying the cheapest and most expensive tickets on offer in the Premier League.

Here are how the 20 Premier League clubs stack up:

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Arsenal
Cheapest: £27
Most Expensive: £97

Bournemouth
Cheapest: £32
Most Expensive: £32

Burnley
Cheapest: £30
Most Expensive: £40

Chelsea
Cheapest: £52
Most Expensive: £87

Crystal Palace
Cheapest: £23
Most Expensive: £45

Everton
Cheapest: £35
Most Expensive: £49

Hull City
Cheapest: £9
Most Expensive: £33

Leicester
Cheapest: £26
Most Expensive: £50

Liverpool
Cheapest: £9
Most Expensive: £59

Manchester City
Cheapest: £35
Most Expensive: £58

Manchester United
Cheapest: £36
Most Expensive: £58

Middlesbrough
Cheapest: £30
Most Expensive: £39

Southampton
Cheapest: £34
Most Expensive: £54

Stoke
Cheapest: £25
Most Expensive: £50

Sunderland
Cheapest: £25
Most Expensive: £35

Swansea
Cheapest: £35
Most Expensive: £45

Tottenham 
Cheapest: £32
Most Expensive: £81

Watford 
Cheapest: £36
Most Expensive: £42

West Brom
Cheapest: £25
Most Expensive: £39

West Ham
Cheapest: £25
Most Expensive: £80

The study showed that the average cost of the cheapest adult Premier League home ticket had dropped six per cent over the past year.

In total, 33 per cent of ticket prices in the English top-flight have decreased over the last 12 months with 53 per cent remaining at the same level as last season.

Hull and Liverpool offered the joint-cheapest matchday ticket in the Premier League at just £9 while Chelsea’s cheapest ticket was priced at the eye-watering sum of £52.

At the other end of the spectrum, Arsenal offer the most expensive ticket at £97, a price that has been fixed since 2014, while Bournemouth’s most costly ticket is priced at just £32.

The first come of the back of the first season since the Premier League struck a record £5.316 billion television deal that has left many fans calling on clubs to reduce the cost of football as a result.

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