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How do Leyton Orient reflect in BBC’s Price of Football 2016 study?

PUBLISHED: 10:00 17 November 2016

Alberto Cavasin looks on from the touchline (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Alberto Cavasin looks on from the touchline (pic: Simon O'Connor).

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The cheapest season ticket at Brisbane Road costs £199 which is the least expensive in the division

BBC’s Price of Football 2016 study, published yesterday evening, has reflected well on Leyton Orient.

The O’s cheapest season ticket costs £199 which is the least expensive in the division with Mansfield charging £330 - the same price as the east Londoners dearest season ticket.

Another good offer by the E10 club is charging under-11s just £9 for a season ticket in all stands.

For under-16s, you only have to pay £49 to watch the O’s play and that is also for all stands at the stadium,

Meanwhile Orient fans got decent entertainment value for money last season in terms of home goals scored at Brisbane Road.

It cost a club supporter £5.45 to see O’s find the net in east London, the second best of the division with only Accrington Stanley (£4.65) better.

Crawley Town fans paid £13.81 to see a home goal last season, but Orient don’t reflect well in everything.

The cheapest match day ticket at O’s, £22, is the most expensive of all other League Two clubs and the dearest match day ticket, £24, is five per cent above the average in the division.

Purchasing an Orient adult shirt would see you fork out £45, 10 per cent above the league average, and a children’s kit, which is £36, is 13 per cent above the average for the division too.

To buy a pie at O’s is good value for money with it costing £2.50 - 42p cheaper than the average.

Orient won League Two programme of the year last season and the cost of buying E10 is £3, seven pence more than the average of other programmes in the division. A cup of tea would cost you £1.80 at Brisbane Road and the average in the league is £1.64.


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