Price of Football 2016: How much is the Championship?
Which Championship clubs charge more than the Premier League for away tickets?
Where can you have a day out for less than £25?
The BBC's Price of Football study has analysed data from 223 clubs across Britain and Europe to find out how much is costs supporters to follow their team.
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Have Championship ticket prices gone up?
Overall, 36% of ticket prices in the division went up compared to last year's study - the biggest percentage increase across the men's leagues in the UK.
The average cost of the cheapest matchday ticket has gone up to £22.11 - a six-year high - while the most expensive matchday tickets average £36.13.
The average season ticket prices are at their lowest since 2013 - with the cheapest averaging £322.83 and the most expensive averaging £568.15.
Why are some clubs charging more than the Premier League for away tickets?
A £30 away ticket cap was introduced in the Premier League at the start of the season, in the same year that a record £8bn TV rights deal came into effect.
With no cap in the Championship, the average price of the most expensive away ticket is £31.57 - more than £2 dearer than the top flight.
However, the average in the cheapest away ticket category has fallen by 9% to £20.98 since last year.
Twelve Championship clubs offer away tickets for more than £30: Aston Villa, Barnsley, Brentford, Brighton, Derby, Ipswich, Leeds, Newcastle Norwich, Nottingham Forest, QPR and Sheffield Wednesday.
Who is the cheapest in the Championship?
- Birmingham City and Huddersfield offer the cheapest single adult ticket in the division at £15, while Sheffield Wednesday have the most expensive at £49 - although this is has been reduced by £3 from last season.
- Relegated clubs Aston Villa, Newcastle and Norwich are the only teams who have frozen or reduced tickets in all categories analysed.
- The cheapest season tickets are sold at Huddersfield and Wigan for £179. Cardiff, Nottingham Forest, Reading and Fulham have also reduced their cheapest season tickets.
- Ipswich offer the most expensive season ticket in the division at £842 - more than the most expensive season ticket at 12 Premier League clubs.
What about pies, teas and shirts?
- Brighton and Fulham both sell a pie for £4 - the most expensive in the league. Sixteen clubs have increased their pie prices this season. Burton Albion and Wigan sell the cheapest at £2.60.
- Bristol City and Fulham have the priciest cup of tea at £2.50 - the joint most expensive in the UK. Burton Albion's tea is the lowest in the league at £1.30.
- All programmes are priced between £3 and £3.50. Brentford and Huddersfield have put their prices up, while QPR's has been reduced.
- Junior and adult shirt prices have been increased by 3% over the last year and now average £34.66 and £45.50 respectively.
- Burton Albion have the cheapest junior shirt in the top four divisions - having lowered it to £22.50. Sheffield Wednesday's adult shirt is the most expensive in the Championship at £55 - the same price as Premier League clubs Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and West Ham's shirts.
Championship deals to shout about
- Reading have a young adult initiative, which offers 18 to 24-year-olds matchday tickets for £10 and season tickets for £135
- Brighton's tickets include travel to and from the ground for home and away fans by public transport or park and ride, valued at £4 per game for adults
- Burton Albion's prices were frozen for two years in 2014 for existing season ticket holders, meaning Championship football at League Two prices
- At Huddersfield, every home season card was priced at £179 for the first 10,000 fans