Walsall Sit Mid-Table in BBC's Annual Price of Football Study

The BBC's annual 'Price of Football' study has been released,and it makes for interesting reading.
The BBC's annual 'Price of Football' study, which has gathered information from 232 clubs across England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and Europe, has been released, and it reveals that Walsall supporters continue to pay some of the lowest prices in League One.

Statistics show that the lowest priced season ticket at the Banks’s Stadium costs £259, which is the ninth cheapest in the league. Whilst the club’s most expensive season ticket comes in at £452.

The cheapest matchday at Banks's Stadium, which consists of a match ticket, pie, cup of tea and a programme, costs just £26.90, down from the £28 which it cost during 2016/17.

Walsall's adult replica shirt, which costs £39.99 (£2.63 less than the league average), is the joint second lowest priced in the division and is only bettered by Doncaster Rovers and Scunthorpe United who charge £39.95, undercutting the Saddlers - and several others - by just 4p.

Young Saddlers can also wear their shirts with pride as they are charged just £27.99 (£4.54 less than the league average), the third lowest in League One.

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