JUST how much does it cost to watch your beloved football team?
A new survey by the BBC has covered 166 clubs in 10 divisions across British football. It recorded the prices for the most expensive, and cheapest, season tickets and adult match-day tickets - as well as the cost of a cup of tea, a pie and a programme - to calculate the cheapest possible day out at a match.
A cup of tea remains most expensive in Manchester, where United charge £2.50. Teas are cheapest at Alloa (50p) and Elgin City (60p).
Crystal Palace and Kidderminster offer the most expensive pies, at £4. You could buy three for the same price and get change at Forfar Athletic, whose pies cost a mere £1.20.
Torquay United have the sixth most expensive season ticket in League Two, at £295. Plymouth Argyle are fifth in that particular table, with Exeter City seventh. Southend United are the most expensive and Hartlepool the cheapest in League Two. Arsenal's eye-watering £985 is the most expensive 'cheapest' season ticket in British football.
The cheapest matchday ticket in League Two is Accrington Stanley's £13. Exeter and Torquay are joint ninth in that league with £17 while Argyle's cheapest ticket at £21 puts them joint bottom of the table with Southend and Northampton.
Rochdale's famous pies are the cheapest in League Two at £2 a go, with Exeter at £2.60, Plymouth at £2.90 and Torquay United joint bottom of the table with a £3 pie.
Torquay's tea - a snip at £1.20 - puts them sixth in a table headed by Accrington, while Exeter charge £1.50 and Plymouth £1.90.
Accrington offer the cheapest overall 'day out' at the football at £19.50 for admission, programme, pie and tea.
Exeter charge £24.10 for the same goodies, Torquay £24.20 and Plymouth £28.80, just 20p off the bottom of the table, a position occupied by Northampton.