The BBC’s annual Price of Football Survey hsa revealed FC Halifax Town have the 10th most expensive season tickets in the National League.
Halifax’s price of £249 is far cheaper than the most expensive in the division - £315 at Dover and Maidstone - but considerably more expensive than the cheapest - £99 at Woking at Sutton.
Town’s matchday admission price of £18 is above the league average of around £15, while the cost of a replica adult and junior shirt are both also above the average price in the league.
A replica adult Halifax shirt costs £44.95p, which is £5.60p more than the league average, while a child’s Halifax shirt costs £37.95p, which is £6.25p more than the league average.
Town fans also fork out more than the league average for programmes - £3 compared to an average of £2.88p - but pay below the average cost for a cup of tea - £1.20p compared to £1.42p - and a pie - £2.50p compared to £2.95p.
The survey says a season-ticket holder at The Shay would spend £772.05p following Halifax based on buying one pie, tea and programme per game.