Football fans will have to fork out £576 on average to support an English Premier League club, during the 2014/15 season, according to analysis from IBTimes UK.
The research revealed that fans of the 'beautiful game' will have to pay £528.20 ($897, €666.90) on average for an entry-level season ticket and £47.90 on average for a short sleeved EPL club adult kit.
The study also found that London based club and FA Cup title holders, Arsenal, offer the most expensive entry-level season tickets at £1,020 – £791 more than what newly promoted Burnley asked supporters to pay (£229) for their early bird offer.
However, the Lancashire club has since hiked its lowest priced adult season ticket to £499.
Hull City Football Club had the cheapest home kit at £39.99 and top tier teams Manchester United, Manchester City, and Chelsea had the most expensive strips at £55.
But Manchester City had the second cheapest season ticket in the league at £299.
The figures come ahead of the Football Supporters' Federation plan to protest outside of the Premier League and Football League headquarters for "affordable football for all" in August.