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Success has a price in the Football ticket market.

by Editor (editor), , September 30, 2019

Football fans all over the world obviously enjoy the success of their teams especially when they win titles and celebrate Championships

Football fans all over the world obviously enjoy the success of their teams especially when they win titles and celebrate Championships, but in most cases that will most likely contribute to an increase in demand to attend the team's home matches, this demand can incur in higher ticket prices as the demand dictates the supply in the ticket market, and although the team sets up the season ticket prices, that doesn't usually represent the actual ticket value in the real market. SeatPick a ticket comparison site that helps compare ticket prices from multiple vendors, analysed the ticket prices in the European market and found that once the Premier League 2019/20 season kicked off the effects of last season success were easy to be seen, Liverpool FC has seen an increase of almost 15% in terms of the ticket prices this season compared to last year's ticket prices, this is an attestation to the high demand that fans from all over the world have for Jurgen Klopp's team and their pursuit of an English Premier League title.


Overall Premier League ticket prices have been on the rise in the last 5 seasons on the primary as well as on the resale market, and although the FA decided on a ticket price cap on away match tickets at 30 pounds per ticket, the actuality is that it's almost impossible to buy a ticket through the official channels unless its a non competitive match or a lesser successful team in the League, so unless you are willing to pay the exuberant prices of the hospitality tickets that are offered by the various clubs or you are a long-time season cardholder you will most likely need to buy your ticket in the resale market.

Here is a list of the top UK teams and their respective average ticket prices in the resale market:


Liverpool
Average Ticket Price in the resale market: €575

Tottenham Hotspur

Average Ticket Price in the resale market: €307

Chelsea
Average Ticket Price in the resale market: €299

Manchester United
Average Ticket Price in the resale market: €293

Manchester City
Average Ticket Price in the resale market: €276


Arsenal Average Ticket Price in the resale market: €264


How the Premier League is compared to the rest of the top clubs in Europe: La Liga – Spain

Real Madrid
Average Ticket Price in the resale market: €213

FC Barcelona
Average Ticket Price in the resale market: €331

Bundesliga – Germany

Bayern Munich
Average Ticket Price in the resale market: €265

Borussia Dortmund
Average Ticket Price in the resale market: €277

Ligue 1 – France

Paris Saint-Germain
Average Ticket Price in the resale market: €165

The ticket prices can still fluctuate greatly during the season, ticket prices right now are at a high where most of the top teams are still in contention for the championship in the league, it is yet to be seen if Liverpool will be able to maintain the dominance that it managed to display in the league since the beginning of the season and as a result the status of the most expensive team in terms of ticket prices in Europe.



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