The 2012 BBC Price of Football Survey
Burton Albion has been ranked as one of the cheapest places to watch football in the country, according to the BBC’s Price of Football Survey.
The cheapest day out at the Pirelli Stadium costs just £20.80. This includes an adult terrace ticket (£14), matchday programme (£3), pie (£2.50) and cup of tea (£1.30)
The most expensive day out at the Pirelli Stadium costs £22.80, this is with an adult seated ticket in the Main Stand which is priced at £16.
Burton Albion are ranked second in League Two for the cheapest day out, behind Plymouth Argyle whose price of £19.60 includes a £12 disabled over 65 match ticket.
The most expensive venue to visit on matchday in League Two is this weekend’s opponents Gillingham, whose cheapest day out is £28.90.
Burton Albion Commercial Director Fleur Robinson said, ‘Burton Albion is a family focussed club and we realise that supporting your local football club can be expensive, especially for family groups. We aim to keep our prices as affordable as possible across the board for all of our supporters and hopefully we can encourage more people in our local community to visit the stadium on matchdays.
‘We try to take a realistic approach when setting out prices and up to now this has seen us raise our ticket price only once in the last four seasons, and that was only by £1. Children’s ticket prices have not increased at all since our promotion to the Football League in 2009.’