A new study looking at the price of being a football fan has revealed the least and most expensive teams to support.
The BBC study looked at everything from the cost of a match day ticket to things like buying a shirt and the price of a pie.
It collected info on 176 clubs in 11 different divisions across Britain to reach its conclusion.
Most expensive tickets
Arsenal has come out top as being one of the most expensive teams to watch live, with the most expensive match-day tickets costing £97.
Derby County and Sheffield Wednesday's £10 match day tickets are the cheapest in the top four leagues in England.
Arsenal's most expensive season ticket is also more costly than anyone else's at £2,013.
Man City have the cheapest season tickets in the Premier league, priced at £299.
Most expensive shirts
The two most expensive junior replica shirts in the Premier League are Man City's (£42) and West Ham's (£41.99).
Hull have the cheapest junior replica shirt at £29.99.
Conference club Barnet charge £49.90 for an adult shirt - more expensive than the price charged by 11 Premier League clubs.
Most expensive pies
Kidderminster Harriers have the most expensive pie out of all of the clubs covered: the Conference side charge £4.50.
In the Premier League, Crystal Palace, Man City and Southampton all charge the most at £4 per pie.
The cheapest ones anywhere in Britain are at Scottish clubs Forfar and Queen's Park. They both charge just £1.20.