Arsenal and Man City amongst Prem golf equipment to lift costs by 10% this coming season

The Premier League‘s top two in Manchester City and Arsenal are set to raise their season ticket prices by a whopping 10%.

While the former are perhaps still celebrating their historic fourth title triumph in a row, Mikel Arteta’s side are probably shaking off the disappointment of coming within inches (for a second year in a row) of a first Premier League title in 20 years.

It was Pep Guardiola’s men who cliched top spot following their 3-1 win over West Ham on Sunday (May 19) and despite the euphoria City fans soaked in, news of their new season ticket prices will surely bring them back down to earth.

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Ahead of the upcoming 2024/25 season, a total of 70 of this season’s Premier League and EFL clubs have released their season ticket prices with Man City hiking up their prices by 10.4% compared to last season, with fans now having to fork out £425 for a season ticket which spells a £40 increase on this season, in information collected by the Reach Data Unit.

Across the decade, only Aston Villa have increased their season ticket prices more than City with tickets costing 42.1% more now than they did in the 2014/15 season.

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Man City enjoying the atmosphere prior to their game against West Ham
The delight of Man City fans were in full effect prior to their clash against West Ham

The Premier League champions aren’t alone in their steep price raises as they’ve been joined by Arsenal whose tickets have gone up by 10.3% compared to last season with the Gunners now charging £1,073 for their cheapest adult tickets next season.

That spendy figure ranks more than any other club charging for their cheapest season tickets which is an increase of £100 compared to last season, which also ranks as the largest price jump in English football.

Arsenal fans waving flags in their game against Everton
Arsenal possess the most expensive season ticket in England with their cheapest adult one coming in at £1,073

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The Premier League’s top best sides are just two of 47 clubs who’ve raised the price of their cheapest adult season tickets, with an average increase of £35.43 each.

19 clubs have decided to freeze prices – including Crystal Palace – while four clubs have reduced them with one of those being Burnley who will return to the Championship this upcoming season.