The 2023/24 Championship season is almost upon us, with teams in English football’s second tier going through their final preparations before it all kicks off again on Friday, August 4.
Sheffield Wednesday vs Southampton at Hillsborough in front of the Sky Sports cameras is what kicks off the campaign. Both are under new managers in different circumstances with Russell Martin leaving his job as Swansea City manager to manage the recently relegated side meanwhile Xisco Munoz is the new Owls boss despite Darren Moore leading Wednesday to promotion.
Meanwhile closer to home Bristol City’s season begins against Preston North End at Ashton Gate a day later on August 5, which is also set to be Flag Day, where fans bring flags to make for a colourful display against the opposition. The Robins filled out their home stadium a lot last season and recorded some good crowds, despite being in a city which boasts two professional football teams, amongst other sports teams like the Bristol Bears and the nearby cricket team Gloucestershire.
The price of football continues to increase for many in England, but in spite of a cost of living crisis, fans are keen to support their team as they try and get an escape from the working world. Season tickets are the best way to follow your club as it guarantees you entry to all 23 of your clubs league matches, and some clubs have a demand bigger than others.
Sunderland, Sheffield Wednesday, Middlesbrough and Leeds United are amongst the best supported teams in the division, and with that some clubs can apply prices how they see fit. How do Championship season ticket prices compare then? We take a look at all 24 clubs to see what is their most expensive season ticket.
*Information is sourced from an article published by the DailyMirror on July 14, and updated on July 20.