The BBC Price of Football study looked at the costs of attending matches at home and overseas.
Fans can expect a faster reduction in Premier League ticket prices from next year, when the full financial benefits of a bumper TV deal come into effect, a football finance expert has predicted.
"Part of the problem with ticket pricing is that it is nearly a question at the moment of clubs charging what they think they can get away with".
The survey found that admission prices are down on average in the top flight.
Surprisingly, the most expensive lowest season ticket price in League One is at Southend, where fans must pay a minimum fee of £395 - that's a huge £50 more than the nearest price charged by Swindown Town, Chesterfield and Port Vale.
"Research we published only last week, using club data and analysis by leading professional services company Ernst & Young, detailed not only the price of tickets, but the number purchased at each price".
The most expensive cup of tea in the study is £2.50 and five clubs charge it - Liverpool, Manchester United, Bristol City, Fulham and Rangers.
The cost of watching Wanderers generally is, perhaps surprisingly, below the League One average.
In the National League, Dover's cheapest day out is £21.20 - 40p more than Gillingham - while a matchday experience at Maidstone's Gallagher Stadium comes in at £22.30, again more expensive than their League 1 rivals. For a club like Norwich, a sudden drop in ticket prices is more significant, and unless we get fair pricing across the board it is not really going to work. Porto charge just £86.31 for their cheapest pass, while Lionel Messi and Co can be seen at Barcelona for just £113.93 per season.
Charlton and Chesterfield charge the most at £550 and £530 respectively. It seems to be a theme in France, with Marseille charging £129.49 for their highest single ticket.
Crystal Palace are third in the charts, at £23, while Sunderland, West Brom, Stoke and West Ham all offer tickets for £25. The most expensive match-day ticket in the most popular category is at Chelsea at £51.
An adult away ticket, for visiting fans, is also the best value in the division, available at just £10.
A record £8bn ($10bn) Premier League TV rights deal that took effect this season has led to a drop in the cost of attending top-flight football in the United Kingdom, a survey has revealed. Bayern Munich, Schalke, Ajax, AC Milan and Juventus are 89.95 euros (£77.67).