How Much Does Premier League Ticket Cost - Final Game and Next Season
|How Much Does Premier League Ticket Cost for Final Home Game?|
Fans had not been seen inside stadiums since late 2020 due to Covid-19 pandemic. While the lack of fans has made football a rather drab spectacle to watch at times, it has also had a massive impact on revenue at the respective clubs.
Finally, Premier League fans finally returning, albeit in limited numbers, to cheer their teams this Matchweek 38, also final game 2020/21 season. With hefty financial losses across the length and breadth of the country, clubs will be relieved to see paying fans coming through their gates again.
How much are each and every Premier League club charging for their final home game of the season?
There is a wide range of prices at which clubs have made their tickets available, with Burnley charging nothing but Tottenham demanding £60 - the highest in the league - for their clash against Aston Villa.
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Tottenham Hotspur: £60 (vs Aston Villa)
Remarkably, Spurs have seen fit to charge no less than £60 for their final home game against Aston Villa.
After a thoroughly underwhelming season, it does feel like a bit of a slap in the face to ask your fans to cough up more than any other group in the country.
MANCHESTER CITY - £24-£53 (vs Everton)
The ticket prices for Manchester City's final game of the season, a home meeting with Everton, range between £24 and £53.
Despite the most expensive pricing option coming close to Spurs', supporters will be able to also watch their players lift the Premier League trophy after the game.
WEST HAM - £17-£51 (vs Southampton)
David Moyes' outfit have fought valiantly in the Champions League dogfight but are now hoping to finish in the top six instead.
Their last game of the campaign comes against Southampton in the capital and, for between £17 to £51, fans can roar the Hammers on as they try to get over the line.
ASTON VILLA - £27-£50 (vs Chelsea)
Mid-table Aston Villa round off the season at home against Chelsea.
Spectators are being charged between £27 and £50.
CHELSEA - £39-£49 (vs Leicester)
The showdown between Chelsea and Leicester on Tuesday may well decide the outcome of the top four race.
To watch the game, members of the Chelsea faithful will pay up to £49 for an in-demand seat at Stamford Bridge.
|Premier League fans are being charged a range of ticket prices for their return|
LEICESTER - £26-£48 (vs Tottenham)
FA Cup winners Leicester face a tricky end of term as they look to ensure they don't drop into fifth place or below.
Brendan Rodgers' high-flyers round off the campaign at the King Power against Tottenham. Fans will stump up between £26 and £48.
SOUTHAMPTON - £17-£47 (vs Leeds)
Despite enduring another mixed campaign, there appears to be a lot to be hopeful about for followers of Southampton.
To watch their favourite players try to extend their winning streak to three games when they face Leeds, they will pay between £17 to £47.
BRIGHTON - £29-£45 (vs Manchester City)
Sitting in 17th place, Brighton have endured a rollercoaster season, albeit after playing some fine football.
They host champions Manchester City on Tuesday and ticket prices range from £29 to £45 at the Amex.
WOLVES - £40-£45 (vs Manchester United)
This may have been a frustrating year for Wolves, but they will look to go out on a high when they welcome Manchester United to Molineux.
Prices for this one are between £40 to £45.
LIVERPOOL - £45 (vs Crystal Palace)
Sensationally, Liverpool's Champions League dreams are still alive and kicking after their wins over Manchester United and West Brom.
Their final game comes at home against Crystal Palace and three points may well see them sneak into the top four. Tickets are priced at £45.
NEWCASTLE - £22-£43 (vs Sheffield United)
A rather disgruntled Newcastle fanbase returns in part for the clash with Sheffield United on Wednesday.
For the privilege of a spot at St James' Park, spectators will pay amounts ranging from £22 to £43.
FULHAM - £40 (vs Newcastle)
Supporters of Fulham will wave farewell to the Premier League when their team take on Newcastle on the final day of the campaign.
Tickets for seats at Craven Cottage will cost £40.
SHEFFIELD UNITED - £40 (vs Burnley)
Basement club Sheffield United will also be playing Championship football next term and are destined to go down in 20th.
Despite this, Blades fans will stump up £40 to watch the stars one final time in the top-flight at Bramall Lane as their team face Burnley.
ARSENAL - £26-£36 (vs Brighton)
Languishing down in ninth, Mikel Arteta's first full season at the helm of Arsenal has not quite gone to plan.
They can still salvage a place in the Europa League, however, and three points against Brighton in their last game will be crucial. Tickets cost between £26 to £36.
CRYSTAL PALACE - £30 (vs Arsenal)
The final home fixture at Selhurst Park before a summer of uncertainty for Crystal Palace sees them host Arsenal.
Supporters will wish a number of first-team players, and most likely also boss Roy Hodgson, all the best for the future at the game. Tickets are priced at £30.
MANCHESTER UNITED - £30 (vs Fulham)
The unrest among the fanbase at Manchester United has erupted explosively in the wake of the failed Super League breakaway.
With anger directed at the club's owners, the Glazer family, at a high, supporters return to Old Trafford to watch United play Fulham. They will pay £30 to get in.
EVERTON - £22-£30 (vs Wolves)
The European aspirations at Everton looked to have been dashed this term as a result of their inconsistent form at home.
On Wednesday, they welcome Wolves and are in dire need of maximum points to mount a late charge. Tickets range from £22 to £30.
LEEDS - £27 (vs West Brom)
What a fantastic first season back in the big time it has been for Leeds.
Their supporters will rightly want to thank their players and coaching staff for their efforts. To do so, they will pay £27 for tickets.
WEST BROM - £23 - (vs West Ham)
The second team to have been officially consigned to the drop were West Brom after their defeat by Arsenal.
Sam Allardyce's future in charge is uncertain, but fans can encourage the team to target an immediate bounce back in their game with West Ham. Tickets are £23.
BURNLEY - free (vs Liverpool)
The only team to have revealed they will not charge spectators for their final home game of the season are Burnley.
A ballot system has been in place for the fixture against Liverpool.
How to Buy Club Tickets for 2021/2022 season now?
Sadly, fans will only get to see the final home game of their team's season but, after months of watching on from home, you can be sure no one will be complaining.
Ordinarily, if you are looking to buy tickets for Premier League matches you should always buy them directly from Premier League Clubs.
You can purchase tickets safely from official Club websites or ticket offices, in person or over the phone. Clubs will also provide details of any authorised ticket partners on their official site.
- Premier League matches are always very popular and it is sometimes necessary to be a member to be able to apply for tickets at Clubs, or for some of the higher profile fixtures.
- Memberships are commonly available as a one-off purchase, and provide great benefits including priority access to tickets.
- For some of the most popular fixtures, such as derby matches, Clubs might also use systems such as Loyalty Points to offer tickets firstly to fans who have previous attended matches on a regular basis.
- Tickets are in great demand, but in most cases any seats that remain available after priority sales can then be offered on general sale, for example to first-time fans.
- Most Clubs categorise matches (e.g. Grade A, B or C) and fans should look out in particular for lower grade matches, where availability is sometimes greater.
- Hospitality packages include match tickets and a host of other extras, ranging from fantastic food and drink options to car parking, match programmes and souvenir gifts. They offer a memorable day out and are often available on general sale.
- Each Club has its own sales processes, which are explained in more detail on their websites. If you contact a Club, they will also be happy to provide information or guidance on your options for any of their forthcoming fixtures.
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