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Football – An Expensive Hobby

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I do enjoy football (sorry ‘soccer’) but I’d be the first to admit that I’m not as big a fanatic as some of my friends & co-workers.

There are a number of reasons for this:

1 – I don’t have the time to spare
2 – It’s not one of my major priorities
3 – I just couldn’t afford it . . .

Being a fanatical football supporter can leave a serious footprint on your daily spending regime and with Premiership tickets now averaging between £30-£50 per match you can see why.

Even if you threw the odd match in as a special treat, you’d still rack up some serious additional spend.

On the back of lat night’s Champions League Final, one of my co-worker’s totted up exactly how much it’s cost him to follow his club this year . . . £5359.00 including tickets, travel & accomodation!


Written by dailyspends

May 22, 2008 at 11:06 am

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