POLL: Is watching professional football too expensive?

Sunderland's Lee Cattermole, Jermain Defoe and Jack Rodwell at the Stadium of Light. Picture: Richard Sellers/Press Association.
Sunderland's Lee Cattermole, Jermain Defoe and Jack Rodwell at the Stadium of Light. Picture: Richard Sellers/Press Association.
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The BBC Price of Football survey has revealed that footie fans in the North East have it the best – with the region’s clubs coming in at some of the cheapest.

But do you think the cost of watching the match is still too high?

Sunderland and Newcastle offer some of the least expensive ticket prices in the Premier League.

The lowest single home ticket at Sunderland is £25 – and it is the joint-fourth cheapest in the top flight. Newcastle’s is only slightly more expensive at £27.

Meanwhile, in League Two, Hartlepool’s most expensive single ticket, at £20, is the joint-cheapest in the division.

The survey also reveals the cost for season tickets, pies and cups of tea.

But do you think the cost of watching your favourite team is still too high?

Click here to take our daily poll on this question.

You can read our full reports on Hartlepool, Newcastle and Sunderland by clicking on the teams’ names.