Find out how much food and drink costs in the stadiums of the different Premier League clubs.
Burnley fan (Photo credit: Reuters)
Supporting your favorite Premier League team and participating in their games can put a strain on the pockets of football fans. Ticket prices have risen without any signs of relief. The clubs cannot make any real changes to the transport tariffs either.
One way that football clubs can reduce high spending is to adjust the cost of food and drink that they sell on the home premises. A bottle of water is sold at five different clubs for £ 2.50, according to a Givemesport.com report. Crystal Palace and Bournemouth offer the cheapest water bottles for £ 1.50.
For soft drinks, fans can get a bottle at Tottenham for a £ 2 fee, while the other London clubs Chelsea and Arsenal charge £ 3.30.
The report adds that the Gunners also have the most expensive end in terms of serving hot food in the top class at £ 5.70. Norwich offer the cheapest at £ 3.50.
For a cup of coffee, Brighton is the only Premier League club to charge less than £ 2. Leicester, West Ham and Arsenal top the list at £ 2.60.
Chelsea charges £ 4.60 for a cake at Stamford Bridge, while Burnley charges the lowest price in the section with £ 3.
In the case of beer, Liverpool sells the cheapest beer of all Premier League teams for £ 3.90, while Chelsea, Arsenal and West Ham cost £ 5.30, leading the league.
Understandably, the five clubs in the capital city of London are more expensive, but the others are not far behind either.
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