Burton Albion is the cheapest day out in League Two according to the new BBC Sport Price of Football study.
The study showed that the average cost of a day out at the Pirelli Stadium is £21.80, which is £3.87 cheaper than the league average and lowest in League Two. The result included the combined cost of a match ticket, programme, cup of tea and a pie.
Results showed that our cheapest season ticket (£255), cheapest seated adult matchday ticket (£18), pie (£2.50), cup of tea (£1.30) and replica shirt (£39.99) all ranked below the league average.
The only category to which the club was above average was the matchday programme (£2.98), however the clubs price of £3 matches the cost of 21 other League Two clubs.
Chairman Ben Robinson was delighted with the results: "I am proud that Burton Albion is the cheapest day out for fans in League Two.
"We have always worked hard to offer value for money and keep prices low for fans ever since we were promoted to the Football League in 2009.
"To be recognised for this is a great accolade and I hope people who perhaps haven't headed to the Pirelli Stadium now head along to the game.
"We have the strongest team here since we won promotion, we play exciting football and all at very good prices. I urge everyone in the town to come and back the Brewers as we push for automatic promotion to League One."
Around the league, Northampton Town have the highest cost of a day out in League Two at £30.20, whilst fans of Hartlepool got the best value for money last season in League Two, after fans could see 30 goals for £180.00 - giving the cost of each goal £5.