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What Are the Easiest Premier League Tickets to Buy?

If you’re not a supporter or a member of a Premier League club, buying tickets to watch a Premier League match can often be difficult. In fact, there’s a list of clubs in England’s top flight where it’s basically deemed impossible to buy tickets for their matches, and these include teams like Newcastle United, Liverpool and Everton.

But are there any teams in the Premier League who are relatively easy to buy tickets for? In this Ticket Compare article, we outline some of the clubs where you might find it a little easier to source Premier League tickets, as well as some other methods. Read on to learn more.

Which Are the Easiest Premier League Tickets to Buy?

The following seven teams have the easiest Premier League tickets to buy:

1. West Ham United

The first club on our list of the easiest Premier League tickets to buy is East London’s West Ham United. After moving to the London Olympic Stadium in 2016, “The Hammers” found themselves having an extra 27,500 seats to fill, with the London Stadium having a capacity of 60,000.

This makes West Ham’s new stadium the 2nd biggest ground in the Premier League behind Old Trafford, the home of Manchester United. And although West Ham are a big club with a rich heritage, selling out 62,500 tickets each week can be pretty difficult.

If you’re in the market to watch a West Ham Premier League match, you may be in luck. In fact, you might not even need a membership with the club, something that most clubs insist on you having. Simply make an account with the club and head to their ticketing area and see which match you’d like to attend.

We’d like to point out that their matches have sold out before, so it’s definitely worth looking to buy tickets as soon as they go on sale.


2. Manchester City

A surprising entry on our list are Premier League champions Manchester City. You’d suspect with the amount of success they’ve had over recent seasons while playing an attractive style of football that they’d draw sell out crowds each home match, but that’s often not the case.

It’s been well documented that getting tickets for Man City European home games is really easy, with some student being able to buy tickets for as little as £12.50 on the Unidays app. But how do Premier League tickets compare?

Well, you’ll most definitely need to buy one of the Citizens memberships that are on sale in order to buy a ticket:

  • Matchday Cityzen Adult – £35
  • Junior Cityzen – £25

Once you’ve had your membership confirmed, you’ll be able to buy tickets for most Manchester City home games. Just ensure that you’re aware of the date when tickets go on sale for your membership level.

And just like that, you could easily be watching matches for the Premier League’s best side. It’s worth noting that some of the bigger games might be harder to buy tickets for, e.g. against Manchester United, Liverpool or Arsenal, but you may find some success in most other matches.

3. Burnley FC

After securing their promotion back to the Premier League in 2023, Burnley are another one of the clubs that have the easiest Premier League tickets to buy. However, in order to secure a ticket at Turf Moor, you’ll need to buy one of the following memberships:

  • Claret’s Premium (£250 per year)
  • Claret’s Membership (£35 per year)
  • Junior Clarets (£25 per year)

These memberships help push you higher up the priority system, so you can have access to tickets earlier. 

Although Turf Moor is one of the smaller stadiums in the Premier League, holding 21,944 fans, there are plenty of opportunities to buy tickets for their upcoming matches.

4. Brighton & Hove Albion

Off the back of a truly inspiring 2022/23 season, where they secured European football, Brighton have made it onto our list of the easiest Premier League tickets to buy. Like many other Premier League clubs, you can choose to buy one of the following memberships to gain priority access to their tickets:

  • UK ADULT MyAlbion+ (£36 per year)
  • UK JUNIOR MyAlbion+ (£26 per year)

However, if you’re willing to put your chances down to luck, you can buy Brighton tickets on general sale if they haven’t all sold out beforehand. You’ll have to create an account with the club in order to do this, but you won’t have to pay for a membership. Either way, there are ways to get your hands on their Premier League tickets.

5. Fulham

After causing controversy for their eye-watering ticket prices, it’s no surprise to see that Fulham offer some of the easiest Premier League tickets to buy this season. With their season tickets being made available for up to £3,000, you can understand why Fulham might be struggling to sell out Craven Cottage each home match day.

Whilst writing this article, we checked if there were tickets available just days before their midweek clash against Nottingham Forest on Wednesday 6th December, and there were. In fact, two stands had various tickets available, ranging from £59 – £105 for a single ticket. Their pricing is the highest in the league, which means that it’s probably going to be easier to buy tickets for them if you can afford it.

Likewise to many other Premier League teams, it’s safer to buy a season ticket or membership to have more priority when buying Fulham tickets. A home membership will cost you £50 for the season, or you can take your chances and hope that tickets go on general sale, which looks likely.

6. Wolves

For the 2023/24 Premier League season, Wolves are a team in transition, and this has meant that buying tickets to watch them has become a bit easier. Their stadium, Molineux, holds up to 32,050 spectators, but you can fancy your chances of getting a ticket for one of their home matches.

Tickets appear to regularly go on general sale, which means that you probably won’t have to buy a ‘My Wolves’ home membership for £40 in order to see them play.

Although they got rid of their manager Julen Lopetegui at the end of last season, Gary O’Neil has come in and turned them around. Already in the 2023/24 season, Wolves have played in various entertaining matches, including a 2-1 win against Tottenham at home. This means that if you decide to buy a ticket to watch them play, you’ll likely be getting your moneys worth.

7. Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham moved to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in 2019, which is now the second-biggest Premier League stadium with a capacity of 62,850. Their old stadium, White Hart Lane, used to hold 36,284, so Spurs had to get used to filling an additional 26,566 seats each home match day.

Although every match did sell out during the 2022/23 season, that’s not to say that you can’t get your hands on a Spurs ticket relatively easily. The advice is to buy one of the home memberships available:

  • ONE HOTSPUR + ADULT – Available from £55
  • ONE HOTSPUR ADULT – Available from £45
  • ONE HOTSPUR + (JUNIOR) – Available from £25
  • ONE HOTSPUR (JUNIOR) – Available from £20

Once you’re the proud owner of a Spurs membership, you’ll have priority access to upcoming home tickets. From there, you’ll need to keep an eye on upcoming ticket sale dates and make sure you’re ready on the website at the right time to secure your tickets.

Other Methods of Sourcing Premier League Tickets

You don’t have to go direct to each club when trying to buy Premier League tickets. With the growing popularity of the secondary market, it’s certainly worth exploring this option, which can often be much easier than going direct.

Secondary Market

Although we’ve outlined some of the teams who are easier to buy Premier League tickets for, the secondary market provides a seamless way of buying tickets for any Premier League club. This also includes the clubs that are seemingly impossible to buy tickets for, e.g. Newcastle, Liverpool and Everton.

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Chris Goodacre

Written by Chris Goodacre

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