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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, new research into the accessibility, affordability, and social scene found which city is best for premier league fans to visit.

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Premier League

The Premier League – a name synonymous with electrifying matches, world-class players, and passionate supporters. But for many fans, the dream goes beyond watching on TV. It’s about experiencing the electric atmosphere of a live game, the roar of the crowd, and the sheer joy (or agony!) of cheering on your team in person.

But with so many iconic clubs scattered across England, choosing the perfect city for your Premier League pilgrimage can be a daunting task. Fear not, fellow football fanatics! We’ve delved into the beautiful game, analyzing a wealth of new research to answer the burning question: Which city is the undisputed champion for visiting Premier League fans?

Through new ranking, created by online casino comparison service KingCasinoBonus, who assigned each city a score out of 100 based on their accessibility, affordability, and social scene surrounding each club, we’ve uncovered the ultimate destination for your Premier League adventure. 

Which City Is Best For Premier League Fans?

Accessibility considered the distance from each city’s train station to the stadium, with Sheffield and Newcastle United coming in top at only 0.8 miles. In comparison, Tottenham Hotspur’s Stadium is a whopping 8.1 miles from London’s central terminus at Waterloo. 

As well as stadium costs, affordability looked at prices of travel and accommodation in each city. While London was unsurprisingly the most expensive, Wolverhampton proved to be the cheapest city to visit overall, with the average hotel setting fans back £88 a night. 

The social scene in each city considered the number of bars, restaurants and takeaways available. London took the lead, with Manchester coming in second, thanks to its iconic pubs and clubs, while Burnley appeared bottom due to its lack of amenities. 

Despite a recent cash influx thanks to the success of hosting EuroVision back in May, Liverpool has remained the most affordable destination, with the cheapest Premier League tickets advertised at just £9 in the upper main stand. 

The most expensive stadium tickets were for Manchester City at the City of Manchester Stadium, where the average low price is £58.  

Manchester City proved to be the priciest stadium out of the city’s warring clubs, with the cost of a pint setting punters back £5.30, while Old Trafford’s prices were 55% less at £3.40, offering fans much more value for money. 

In fact, despite sharing the same city, Manchester City’s stadium amenity costs were found to be 68% more than Old Trafford, meaning they ranked 18th overall out of the 20 premier league clubs. Manchester United, however, came in seventh. 

The Premier League is one of the most renowned events in football, with fans travelling from across the globe each weekend to cheer on their teams – and some spending a small fortune to do so. 

Big city clubs such as London and Manchester have often been the preferred destinations for fans looking to treat themselves to a weekend of football fun, so it was surprising to find the Northern city clubs such as Liverpool and Newcastle topping the list.

-Ionut Marin, Chief Editor of KingCasinoBonus

Premier League Ranked

      Rank      Club      City      Score 
     1     Liverpool F.C.     Liverpool     65.0 /100 
     2     Newcastle United     Newcastle upon Tyne     64.3 /100 
     3     Brentford     London     63.9 /100 
     4     Wolverhampton Wanderers     Wolverhampton     63.4 /100 
     5     Sheffield United     Sheffield     63.1 /100 
     6     Manchester United     Manchester     59.1 /100 
     7     Nottingham Forest     Nottingham     57.8 /100 
     8     Arsenal     London     57.3 /100 
     9     Tottenham Hotspur     London     56.3 /100 
     10     Aston Villa     Birmingham     55.1 /100 
     11     Crystal Palace     London     53.9 /100 
     12     Everton     Liverpool     53.4 /100 
     13     Chelsea     London     52.6 /100 
     14     Burnley     Burnley     50.3 /100 
     15     Fulham     London     49.8 /100 
     16     Luton Town     Luton     49.5 /100 
     17     West Ham United     London     48.4 /100 
     18     Manchester City     Manchester     47.8 /100 
     19     Bournemouth     Bournemouth     47.3 /100 
     20     Brighton & Hove Albion     Falmer     27.5 /100 
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