If watching Brighton & Hove Albion proves hungry work, fans beware as you are shelling out the most for your pies.
The Albion have the most expensive price in the division for the footballer supporters’ snack of choice, meaning their is a cost of being at the top of the Championship.
Fans can taste the sweet price of success with £4.10 for pie, along with a cup of tea for £2.10.
The annual report from the BBC Price of Football 2015 reveals that Albion have some of the most expensive refreshments, followed by Cardiff, Queen’s Park Rangers and Leeds United.
Seagulls fans are also paying 41 per cent above the average for their season tickets. Albion’s cheapest costs £465 while the league’s average is around £320.
Hull City fans could pay up to staggering £531 for season ticket to watch their team.
Manchester City, who are currently top of the Premier League, were revealed to have more generous prices, with £4 for pie and £1.80 for a cup of tea.
The BBC Price of Football is an annual study that helps football fans calculate their own annual football spend.
Brighton, who drew 1-1 against Cardiff last week (Saturday 3), will play Leeds United on Saturday (October 17).
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