Date: 2nd August 2011 at 10:15am
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Rotherham United are the cheapest team to support in League Two!

And that`s official!

In a BBC Sports Price of Football survey they worked out that watching the Millers, buying a pie and a cuppa worked out at just £16.30.

Speaking to the BBC, Marketing Officer, Matt Young said, ‘A policy was taken a number of years ago to try not increase ticket prices.

‘A lot of clubs categorise games, which we don`t charging the same price regardless of the opposition. At other clubs, quite often, when the big teams are in town the prices rise, ours don`t.`

The most expensive club to watch in League Two is Bradford City with the cheapest tickets for away fans being £20 and, when refreshment is added on, works out at £27.80.

Liverpool is the most expensive club to watch in the country, with the tickets and refreshment coming to £46.95.

Well done Millers!


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