Price of Football calculator: How much do you spend?
How much do you spend following your team every year? Try our calculator to work out your costs, then share your results with your friends.
The calculator is based on the BBC Price of Football study - the biggest in British football - and includes the prices of 166 clubs in the top 10 divisions, including five in England, four in Scotland and the Women's Super League.
The full Price of Football findings are listed in tables below the calculator.
My ticket costs compared
Lincoln City and Rangers FC are omitted from the study and calculator because they did not provide data to the BBC. Full details on how the calculator works, and how the survey was compiled, can be read here.
This year the BBC contacted 166 clubs in 10 divisions across British football. It recorded the prices for the most expensive, and cheapest, season tickets and adult match-day tickets - as well as the cost of a cup of tea, a pie and a programme - to calculate the cheapest possible day out at a match.
A cup of tea remains most expensive in Manchester, where United charge £2.50. Teas are cheapest at Alloa (50p) and Elgin City (60p).
Leeds charged most for their programme in 2012; this year no programme costs £4, but Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Fulham, Norwich, Stoke, Tottenham, West Ham, Brighton, Leeds and Hearts all charge £3.50.
Crystal Palace and Kidderminster offer the most expensive pies, at £4. You could buy three for the same price and get change at Forfar Athletic, whose pies cost a mere £1.20.
*Restricted view price (£745)
**Includes seven credits for European and FA Cup matches
#Not available on the day
*Free programme, access to private bar and premium seating
** Includes public transport by bus or train to and from the Amex within the travel zone
*** Free drink at every game with season ticket
*Prices rise to £21 and £24 an hour before kick-off.
*Do not sell season tickets but instead offer memberships to the club
*No tea/ pie
**No season tickets available