OddsMonkey has collated research to discover the most welcoming pubs for away fans to enjoy a pint in each of the 20 Premier League cities across Britain.
It has also researched the average price of a pint in the city centre and stadium of each city and calculated the mark-up, to discover whether it is cheaper to drink in the city centre or the stadium on match day.
Away fans who are visiting Anfield stadium in Liverpool may want to swing by The Arkles pub for a pre-match beverage, while it is suggested that Newcastle fans visiting St James’ Park visit the Head of Steam or Newcastle Arms to celebrate or commiserate their team’s performance.
Burnley city centre offers the cheapest pint, costing visitors just £2.20, while football fans heading off to watch Crystal Palace, Chelsea or Fulham would find themselves out of pocket, with local pubs charging £4 per pint!
It’s even worse for those heading to away match against Chelsea as fans are expected to pay themost at £4.80 a pint at the stadium.
Peter Watton, of OddsMonkey, said: “It was no surprise that the price of a pint in Burnley’s city centre is considerably cheaper than the prices in London.
“However, what was surprising to us was the amount of pubs that don’t accept away supporters, and how difficult it is to find somewhere that does.
“Hopefully, our Premier League Pub Guide will serve as a useful tool for away fans to research their hosting city and choose welcoming pubs for a fraction of the price!”
How the Premier League cities compare