Burnley’s cheapest 2024/25 season ticket price is among the more affordable deals in the Championship despite relegation from the top flight.

Adult season tickets start from £352 at Turf Moor as the Clarets aim to bounce back from a disappointing campaign under Vincent Kompany, who has since left to take charge at European giants Bayern Munich.

The cheapest offer in the division can be found at QPR, costing £252 to watch every fixture at Loftus Road. Marti Cifuentes’ side managed to beat the drop last term, eventually finishing in 18th-place.

Preston are the only other side offering a season ticket below £300 for the upcoming campaign as Ryan Lowe’s men aim to build on their top 10 finish.

Cardiff, Hull, Stoke, newly-promoted Derby and Rovers are the other sides with a cheaper deal than the Clarets.

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At the other end of the list, the cheapest season ticket at Norwich is priced at £545 as the Canaries aim to bounce back from their play-off semi-final heartbreak against Leeds under new boss Johannes Hoff Thorup, who succeeds David Wagner in the hot seat.

Sheffield United and Luton also sit near the bottom of the list following relegation from the top flight, while Middlesbrough’s cheapest deal is north of £500 after finishing in eighth place under Michael Carrick, who recently signed a new contract at the Riverside Stadium.

Here is a full list of each Championship club’s cheapest 2024/25 season ticket offer, according to their respective websites

  1. QPR (£252)
  2. Preston (£294)
  3. Cardiff (£309)
  4. Hull (£342)
  5. Stoke (£344)
  6. Derby (£346)
  7. Rovers (£349)
  8. Burnley (£352)
  9. Oxford (£359)
  10. Swansea (£359)
  11. Bristol City (£390)
  12. West Brom (£399)
  13. Coventry (£400)
  14. Watford (£402)
  15. Plymouth (£405)
  16. Sunderland (£420)
  17. Leeds (£434)
  18. Millwall (£441)
  19. Portsmouth (£455)
  20. Sheff Wed (£460)
  21. Luton (£470)
  22. Middlesbrough (£510)
  23. Sheff Utd (£513)
  24. Norwich (£545)