Date: 19th October 2012 at 8:51am
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Well if you just want a one word answer then I will tell you, the cheapest team to support in The Blue Square Premier is Ebbsfleet United! This has been worked out as a day out to watch the Kent side play which costs as little as £15.50, which includes the price of a ticket, a programme, a pie and a cup of tea. In all a good deal. For the same deal Southport came in the second cheapest club to go to with the same deal costing £16 and Barrow came in third at £17.30.

If you think that The Premier League clubs would be more expensive it only costs 46p more for a Premier League pie rather than a pie in The Blue Square Premier. The fact that really shocked me was the most expensive pie in the country, this came from the whole of the leagues from The Premier League to Blue Square Premier, Kidderminster came in the most expensive at £4 for a home made cottage pie! This is compared to the next most expensive which can be found down South at Premier League side Fulham where a pie will set you back £3.90, Brighton also follow the same pricing structure.

The Hatters are the third most expensive side in order to eat at whilst watching a game. County have been beaten by Kidderminster and Cheshire rivals Macclesfield Town with 80p in the difference between the three clubs. Kidderminster are the most expensive in the division with a pie and a cup of tea combination priced at £5.50, Macclesfield are second most expensive in the league charging £4.80 for a pie and cup of tea (10p more expensive than The Hatters). County who are the third most expensive for the tea and pie combination charging £4.70.

The most expensive away day for traveling fans will be a visit to The Abbey Stadium home to Cambridge United where a day trip will cost you £26.60 for a adult match day ticket, a pie with a cup of tea and a match day programme. Second most expensive is Derbyshire side Alfreton Town where the admission cost, pie and tea offer along with a match day programme is priced at £24.50. County are third most expensive in the Blue Square Premier with a trip to Edgeley Park costing a away supporter £23.70 for the entry to the ground, the pie and tea offer and a award winning match day programme.

This might be some useless data but hopefully it will give you a bit of a insight to the Non League Admissions Data.

[Occasional editor Cropped adds – that Kidderminster pie, it may be the dearest at £4 but it is tremendous fare. Not like the stuff at EP. Sort it out County – get a local supplier in! Love to put my dosh into County but it is Greggs for me every time I’m afraid.

Oh, and while I am on, hats off to the club with the promotional ‘in for a fiver’ and ‘kids for a quid’. Hope we can afford to do this again this season.]


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