The price of a pie and a cuppa at Carrow Road revealed as one of best deals in the Championship
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A pie and a cup of tea at Carrow Road will set you back £5 this season - making it one of the most competitive in the Championship according to the BBC Sport Price of Football 2016 study.
Norwich City refreshments are only beaten on price at Wigan, Preston, Burton and Brentford in the second tier of English football.
The same deal of a pie and a cuppa would set you back £6.50 at Craven Cottage, the same hit to the wallet as fans get at West Ham's new home in the old Olympic stadium.
The study also found the cost of attending Premier League football has come down in the first season of a record £5.316bn TV rights deal.
It can now be more expensive to buy an away ticket at a Championship game than in the Premier League.
This is because top-flight clubs agreed to cap prices for visiting fans at £30.
Robin Sainty, chairman of the Canaries Trust, said money in football was creating a bubble which 'has to pop at some point'.
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'The cost of going to football is getting ridiculous,' he said. 'Once you factor in ticket prices, travel cost and food and drink, it is not unknown to spend well over £100 for a family to get to a game.'