The price of football: How much do you spend to follow Norwich City?

How much is too much to watch Norwich City?

How much is too much to watch Norwich City? - Credit: Archant Norfolk

Every season supporters are feeling the pinch of following their club in the latest campaign, but how much is too much?

Whether you are a season ticket holder, or go to a game once or twice a season, it's evident that the price of a Saturday afternoon at the football is becoming more costly. With the cheapest season ticket and a match day ticket at Norwich costing upwards of £500 and £50 respectively, along with a programme at £3 each, plus the cost of food and drink, and spending the best part of £50 on a replica shirt, what used to be an affordable afternoon watching the football is now becoming a very expensive outing.

What do you think? Are ticket prices too much? Do you feel you get the best value for money for your spending? We would love to hear your views below.


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