Bradford City were pipped by a West Yorkshire rival for the cheapest season ticket price out of all of the professional league clubs in the country, according to a national survey.

The Bantams’ cheapest season ticket price of £149 was only beaten by Huddersfield Town’s £100 offer, which involved fans who kept season tickets for the past nine years being given the special price for their Premier League campaign.

The study looks at prices charged by the 92 Premier League and Football League sides.

James Mason, Bradford City’s chief operating officer, said: “We applaud Huddersfield Town for honouring a pledge by their owner Dean Hoyle for fans who have supported him during his tenure and we understand around 4,000 were eligible for the £100 offer. If we as clubs can drive the price of football down across the board then we welcome this.’ We’re satisfied that all Bradford City fans, new or existing have the opportunity to watch football for considerably less than everywhere else. We think large crowds equal a better atmosphere and it helps the players and leads to a better fan experience.”

After the Terriers and Bantams, the next cheapest season tickets can be found at Charlton Athletic at £175, followed by League Two side Newport County on £195.

It is the third season Bradford City have run the £149 season ticket offer, in a bid to get 20,000 fans signed up.

City’s most expensive season ticket is £299, while the most expensive season ticket in the country is for Premier League giants Arsenal at £1,768.50.

BBC Sport’s annual Price of Football study looked at more than 2,000 ticket prices at 220 clubs.

The study also found Bradford City’s highest single match ticket cost £25, for the second successive year.

The club’s pies are priced £3.30, its cups of tea cost £2.20 and its programmes are £3. City’s junior replica shirts cost £36, while its adults jerseys are £45, both the same as last year.

City also take care of away fans visiting Valley Parade, with the cheapest at £20 and most expensive at £25, again the same as last year.

Meanwhile, Premier League Burnley’s cheapest season ticket is £329, while in the Championship, Bradford’s arch rivals Leeds United charge £398 for their cheapest season tickets at Elland Road.

In the National League, West Yorkshire rivals Guiseley and FC Halifax Town charge their fans £240 and £249 respectively for the cheapest season tickets.