Price of Football 2016: How much is the National League?
Which National League club has an £85 season ticket? Who charges £400 for a season ticket?
The BBC's Price of Football study has analysed data from 223 clubs across Britain and Europe to find out how much it costs supporters to follow their team.
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What's happened to ticket prices in the National League?
It is cheaper to buy a season ticket in the National League than it was last season.
The average cost of the cheapest season ticket across all 24 clubs has dropped 7% from £255.13 to £236.64 and is £10 cheaper than it was in the 2014-15 season.
And the average price of the most expensive season ticket in the league has also fallen year-on-year from £326.67 to £318.98.
Matchday tickets have remained almost the same price, with the average cheapest ticket costing £15.73 and the average most expensive ticket coming in at £17.46.
Away tickets have crept up slightly, though, with the average cheapest away ticket up to £15.75 from £15.10 and the most expensive up to £17.04 from £16.42.
Who are the cheapest? Who are the most expensive?
- Sutton United have the cheapest season ticket throughout the top five leagues in England, offering an early renewal price of £85
- The cheapest matchday ticket is at Macclesfield where you can buy admission for £13
- But the Silkmen have the most expensive season ticket in the league at £400
- Tranmere's cheapest matchday ticket is £19 - the most expensive in the category
- They are one of four clubs to have increased the price of their cheapest matchday ticket - along with Boreham Wood, Forest Green and Wrexham
- Three clubs reduced the cost of their cheapest season ticket - Aldershot, Braintree and Torquay
What about pies, programmes, tea and shirts?
- Braintree have the league's cheapest pie at £2
- Forest Green, Maidstone and Tranmere have the most expensive pie at £3.50
- Tea will cost you a league-low of £1 at Barrow, Braintree, North Ferriby, Chester, Guiseley and Solihull
- Most clubs charge £3 for a programme, but North Ferriby and Gateshead are the cheapest at £2
- The cheapest junior shirt is at Braintree for £20 and the cheapest adult shirt is at North Ferriby for £29.99
Stand-out deals in the National League
- Braintree gave away free season tickets to all under-18s
- Dover, Aldershot and Southport offer free entry to under-11s
- Eastleigh made one game in October free of charge for all fans
- Under-fives get in for free at Chester