Bristol City are in the top half when it comes to home attendances in the Championship. How do their prices compare to their rivals? (Image: Getty Images)Bristol City are in the top half when it comes to home attendances in the Championship. How do their prices compare to their rivals? (Image: Getty Images)
Bristol City are in the top half when it comes to home attendances in the Championship. How do their prices compare to their rivals? (Image: Getty Images) | Getty Images

Championship season ticket prices 2024/25: Bristol City cost compared to Cardiff, Swansea, Plymouth and rivals

All 24 Championship clubs have now confirmed their season ticket prices for the 2024/25 season, with some teams offering value for money.

Bristol City have sold more than 13,000 season tickets for the 2023/24 season.

A limited number of tickets are now on sale to Robins supporters as they sign up for Liam Manning's first full season in charge. He took over from Nigel Pearson in November and guided the club to an 11th-placed finish and now this summer there is some optimism around the place.

Midfielder Joe Williams despite having transfer interest from Championship rivals Preston North End has signed a new contract which will keep him at Ashton Gate for the next three years. Last season, Williams and his teammates were watched on average by 22,550 supporters which is the 12th-highest in the division.

Season tickets are the best way of ensuring your attendance at a game and there are still tickets available on one corner of the South Stand as well as in the Lower and upper Lansdown Stand as well as the Dolman. Tickets can begin from £70 all the way up to £736.25 depending on what section of the ground you prefer sitting in.

The pricing of a season ticket varies at different clubs and it is motivated by several factors. Clubs might have a large level of support and will sell as many season tickets as they can which can help go towards funding transfers and then in other cases, teams need to charge a certain amount to try and be as sustainable as they can be.

Thanks to our friends at BirminghamWorld, we can take a look at what Bristol City's cheapest offering was compared to the likes of Severnside rivals Cardiff City and Swansea City as well as Plymouth Argyle.

Midfielder Joe Williams despite having transfer interest from Championship rivals Preston North End has signed a new contract which will keep him at Ashton Gate for the next three years. Last season, Williams and his teammates were watched on average by 22,550 supporters which is the 12th-highest in the division.

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