Price of Football survey: Which Yorkshire club offers the best value day out?

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ROTHERHAM UNITED tops the list of Yorkshire clubs offering the most expensive average day out at a football match, according to BBC Sport’s latest Price of Football survey.

The cost of the cheapest day out to watch the promoted Millers, including a match-day ticket, pie, cup of tea and programme, is averaged out at £33, the highest in the county.

The best value club across the Broad Acres for a day out watching football are Sheffield Wednesday, with the cheapest day out at Hillsborough being just £17.80 - representing the best value in the Championship.

Figures show the cheapest day out price at Bradford City is £28.40 followed by West Yorkshire neighbours Leeds United at £28.20.

The average price of a footballing day out at League One clubs Doncaster Rovers and Barnsley is £28.10.

Meanwhile, the match-day cost at both Huddersfield Town and Sheffield United has increased significantly.

The average match-day experience price for 2014 at the Blades - who had provided the cheapest levels in the Football League in 2013 and 2012, is now up to £27.90. The level last season at Bramall Lane was £17.70.

Huddersfield Town, the cheapest Championship day out during the 2012-13 and 2013-14 campaigns, has an average figure of £27, up from the total day-out cost of £17.80 last year.

York City’s day-out cost averages out at £25.80, with a day out at the KC Stadium to watch Hull City averaged out at £24, the second lowest level in the Premier League behind Newcastle United.

Cheapest day out at Yorkshire clubs in 2014 - according to the BBC Price of Football Survey

Sheffield Wednesday £17.80

Hull City £24

Halifax Town £23.80

York City £25.80

Huddersfield Town £27

Sheffield United £27.90

Barnsley £28.10

Doncaster Rovers £28.10

Leeds United £28.20

Bradford City £28.40

Middlesbrough £28.80

Rotherham United £33

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