While football fans up and down the country are missing the opportunity to watch their club every week, June and July offer the chance for supporters to unwind after a hectic nine months.
It also gives time to prepare and plan for the upcoming campaign and, for many, get their season tickets sorted.
But this summer has seen 10 of the 20 Premier League clubs raise the prices of their season tickets ahead of the 2022/23 campaign, much to the annoyance of fans, especially in the midst of a cost of living crisis.
Aston Villa saw the biggest increase with a huge average rise of £161. Manchester City were one of the sides who raised prices, although the champions’ was by just £25.
Meanwhile, Manchester United froze their prices once again, while West Ham United were the only club in the division to lower the cost of a season ticket.
But which clubs actually offer the cheapest season tickets in the English top flight for ‘22/23? We’ve put together a list of every side’s lowest-priced ticket to find out…