11 Aug, 11:00
According to study, Premier League parking stadium costs double that of Bundesliga.
Not good news at all especially for Tottenham Hotspur fans as they face the highest parking charge this season at £40. Typically, in the Premier League, fans pay more than twice as much as to park at stadiums compared with the Germany's top clubs. Official stadium parking costs an average of £12 a game in England’s top flight, whereas fans attending Bundesliga matches typically pay just five euro (£4.50), according to research by transport analysis firm Inrix. Some fans of English clubs are paying more than the cost of admission to park.
At King Power stadium, Leicester fans pay the second most for parking in the Premier League at £17, followed by Brighton and Hove Albion (£15). Twelve of the league’s 20 clubs offer official stadium parking.