Premier League tickets are significantly more expensive than in any other European league.
According to The Associated Press (h/t USA Today), fans of the English top flight are paying at least two times more to attend a match than in the other four top leagues in Europe.
A BBC study says that the average season ticket in the Premier League costs about £508, which is three times more than the Bundesliga median.
The study also claims that Arsenal has the highest season ticket prices, which range between £1,014 to £2,013 for one person.
Shockingly, Premier League holders Manchester City have the cheapest season ticket out of the 20 clubs in the competition. City supporters only have to pay £299 to watch their club for the entire campaign.
Tickets to away games have been overpriced as recently as this year as well, according to David Conn of The Guardian.
The BBC goes on to say that the average price of the cheapest ticket has risen almost twice the rate as the cost of living in England.
Bundesliga sides like Borussia Dortmund continue to sell out their stadiums every week. That proves that if fans are charged less money for a ticket, they'll flock to the venue to watch their team.
The BBC visited Dortmund and found a number of British fans attending their games. The club estimates that as many as 1,000 British fans now travel to watch Dortmund home games,
Ex-Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness slammed the Premier League for extremely high ticket prices. It's one of the many areas where German football has improved over the years to become one of the top footballing destinations in the world.
If ticket prices continue to rise, families cannot watch their favourite club and attendance will fall, as is evident with the BBC report.