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Which club serves the most expensive pies in the Premier League?

A pie is part of many football fans’ matchday routine across the country. Tucking into a pie, accompanied by a pint, pre-match or at half time has been a mainstay in football fan culture across the UK for decades.

With the financial burden placed on football fans in the current difficult economic climate, we’re asking how affordable matchday pies are at all 20 Premier League grounds?

Let’s look at the prices across the Premier League to see where fans can get the best value pie to complete the essential matchday experience.

West Ham serve the most expensive pie in the Premier League.
A pie at West Ham costs £5, which is the most expensive in the Premier League / Photo by Icon Sport

Most expensive Premier League pies:

  • London Stadium (West Ham) – £5
  • The Emirates Stadium (Arsenal) – £4.80
  • The Etihad Stadium (Man City) – £4.70
  • Craven Cottage (Fulham) – £4.50
  • Stamford Bridge (Chelsea) – £4.50
  • Selhurst Park (Crystal Palace) – £4.50
  • Old Trafford (Man United) – £4.20
  • Amex Stadium (Brighton & Hove Albion) – £4.10
  • Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Tottenham Hotspur) – £4
  • Gtech Community Stadium (Brentford) – £4
  • Vitality Stadium (Bournemouth) – £4
  • Kenilworth Road (Luton Town) – £3.90
  • Goodison Park (Everton) – £3.90
  • St James’ Park (Newcastle) – £3.90
  • Villa Park (Aston Villa) – £3.60
  • Molineux (Wolves) – £3.60
  • Bramall Lane (Sheffield United) – £3.40
  • Anfield (Liverpool) – £3.40
  • City Ground (Nottingham Forest) – £3.30
  • Turf Moor (Burnley) – £3

The London factor

Five of the top six most expensive pies are in the capital. West Ham, Arsenal, Fulham, Chelsea and Crystal Palace's pricey pies will not have pleased travelling away fans so far this season. West Ham fans who enjoy embarking on this matchday tradition will feel hard done by as they have to pay £5 for a pie, which is the most expensive in the league.

Cheap as chips in Burnley

At the other end of the scale is Turf Moor, where Burnley fans only pay £3 for their matchday snack. This is the cheapest pie in the league, 30p less than the second cheapest at the City Ground.

Value at Spurs

Much has been made about the pristine quality of Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium since it was opened in 2019. To compliment the stadium’s groundbreaking infrastructure is a reasonably priced pie, especially when compared to the rest of the Premier League.

Tottenham’s pie costs £4, which is the ninth most expensive in the league and given their stadium’s reputation as one of the world’s best, Spurs fans will feel like they’re getting a good deal. In fact, it is the joint cheapest pie in London, alongside Brentford.

Pricey in Manchester

If you’re looking for a cheap pie, then don’t go to Manchester. Fans have to pay £4.70 for a pie at the Etihad Stadium, while it is only 50p cheaper at Old Trafford. This makes Man City and Man United’s pies the third and seventh most expensive in the league, respectively.

A young Manchester City enjoys a pie before a Premier League clash.
Pies at the Etihad Stadium cost £4.70, the third most expensive in the Premier League / Photo by Icon Sport

Will Murray

Freelance football journalist. Experience writing for When Saturday, Comes,, Elite Scholars and Total Football Analysis. Recently finished an MA in Sport Journalism at the University of Brighton. Long-time season ticket holder at the two-time European Champions Nottingham Forest.

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