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The Spanish LaLiga fans are the ones that pay the most as a visitor in all of Europe

Date: June 25, 2024 Time: 14:26:21

The newly baptized ‘LaLiga EA Sports’ is the “most expensive” competition for visiting fans compared to the league tournaments in England, France, Germany and the Netherlands. This is clear from the study prepared by the Federation of Spanish Football Shareholders and Partners (FASFE) throughout the 2022/23 season.

At an average rate of 35.13 euros per ticket, the National League Championship is followed in this order by the English Premier League, which has set a maximum price since 2019 at 30 pounds (35.11 euros at the current exchange rate); the German Bundesliga, with an average of 15.62 euros; the Dutch Eredivisie, with a cap of 15 euros, and the French Ligue 1, which is the cheapest with a cap of 10 euros.

As for other domestic tournaments, the Spanish Copa del Rey is also the one that has the highest price in its final date, with 78 euros being the cheapest amount that had to be paid for the ticket, without restriction of visibility, in the final that faced Real Madrid and CA Osasuna on May 6.

Said amount paid in La Cartuja is far from the next face, the 52.37 euros to change that the cheapest ticket cost to access Wembley to witness the FA Cup final between Manchester City and Manchester united. It is with respect to the ‘silver’ categories where the Spanish (Second Division) does not have the highest price (18.67 euros on average), being second in this classification after the English Championship (30.73 euros on average). ), closing the Bundesliga 2 podium with an average of 14.53 euros.

The data has been obtained by FASFE throughout the 2022/23 academic year according to a sample of prices in the First and Second Division, as well as in matches of the aforementioned Copa del Rey. Data have also been collected from the homologous competitions in the other powerful countries of the ‘Old Continent’.

A historic agreement to curb the situation

Precisely this week, La Liga has announced a historic agreement between 14 clubs in the premier class of Spanish football to stop this situation. Thanks to this agreement, a minimum of 300 tickets will be established for fans with a fixed price of 30 euros. The teams signed to this agreement are Granada, Alavés, Las Palmas, Celta de Vigo, Mallorca, Girona, Valencia, Cádiz, Almería, Athletic, Real Sociedad, Real Betis, Sevilla and Atlético de Madrid.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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