I would guess that due to the vast amount of money in Premier League football that owners can’t understand why the ordinary working/retired person can’t afford tickets.

Even the lowest cost for an adult with a child is not going to help many who may wish to go to all of the home games. £50 even 10 times a year is £500 that many can’t afford, even before transport and burger costs.

If the clubs are selling all the tickets at these high prices, one could argue that they understand the market and maximising revenue. A good business decision!

I don’t think anything will change, and hopefully lower league clubs who really do need entrance ticket money to survive, will see an increase in supporters.

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