Premier League season ticket prices soar – including 18 per cent hike at two clubs

Fans will have to fork out big sums of money to watch Premier League action next year (Image: Getty)

Brentford and Nottingham Forest are among the Premier League clubs responsible for hiking up their season ticket prices for the upcoming campaign.

Information collected by the Reach Data Unit has shown that 70 of this season’s Premier League and EFL clubs have released their season ticket prices for the 24/25 season with 47 of them announcing price rises for the cheapest adult season tickets.

The price hike is set to rise by an average of £35.43 each with season tickets at 13 top-flight clubs to cost higher for fans with Brentford and Nottingham Forest among the biggest culprits with whopping 18% rises.

The West London club’s cheapest season ticket cost £413 this season and is set for a £76 increase to £495 in what will be their fourth consecutive season in the Premier League.

While the East Midlands-based side – who narrowly secured their top-flight status thanks to their 17th-placed finish – will hike up their season ticket cost to £550, an £85 increase on the £465 fans paid this season.

Both clubs are also among the highest increase of season ticket prices across the decade with Bees fans’ having to contend with a 44.3% increase since the 2014/15 season while Forest supporters’ have been forced to deal with a 41.4% raise.

Nottingham Forest and Brentford have both significantly jacked up their prices (Image: Getty)

Despite Arsenal’s price raise maxing out at 10.1% for next season, the Gunners are charging £1,073 for their cheapest adult tickets next season, which is more than any other club will be charging for their cheapest tickets.

That’s an increase of £100 compared to last season, which is the largest in the country. It’s far from being the largest percentage increase, however. In the Premier League, Bournemouth’s cheapest tickets are increasing by 18.1% to £495, and Nottingham Forest’s are increasing by 18.3% to £550.

Outside of the top flight, Morecambe’s cheapest tickets are set to rise by 25.1%, with non-early bird tickets costing fans £249. That’s up from £199 last season, though fans were able to purchase tickets at that price in the early bird window.

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Derby County’s cheapest new adult tickets are set to rise by 20.9%, from £330 to £399. Bolton’s cheapest tickets are increasing by 20.1% from £299 to £359, and Leyton Orient’s by 19.9% from £307 to £368.

Renewal prices haven’t been included in this investigation, nor have family stand tickets which can be cheaper, but require the purchase of a child’s ticket as well. Where prices are given for after an early bird period those have been used.