The wait for the start of the 2016/17 English Premier League is almost over, which means nine months more of joy and despair for the terrace regulars is about to begin. In doing our bit to celebrate the launch of the new term for fans all across London Ticket-Compare has prepared a statistical league table of the stadiums ranked by cost of their refreshments. Our data highlights the full list of London clubs according to what they charge for a) hot pie and b) cup of tea.
If you think you’re being overcharged next time you head over to a local London derby match, then take a look at our official stats to see how better off you’d be at a neighbouring stadium in the London perimeter.
The results show us that South East London is the costliest place to buy food and drink on a Premier League game day: £6.20 in total. That’s closely followed by Fulham at £6.10 for a pie and tea, and then Arsenal at an even £6.
The surprise package of the study is Chelsea, who although were once the money-spenders of Europe, are fair on what they charge their fans who attend home league matches. Chelsea fans can pay £3.50 for a pie and a tea, almost half the cost of Crystal Palace’s offerings. Dagenham and Redbridge are the only other London club to provide match refreshments for under the £4 mark (£3.70).
View the results in the table and custom designed London area map below:
|Club||Capacity||Pie||Hot Drink||Total Cost|
|West Ham United||60010||£3.5||£2.3||£5.8|
|Queens Park Rangers||18360||£3.3||£2.1||£5.4|
|Dagenham & Redbridge||6078||£2.5||£1.2||£3.7|