I used to be an avid Swansea City fan many years ago and followed them everywhere. Once I started working (I'm talking over 20 years ago now), money wasn't an object as it didn't cost that mutch to follow them. Now though, it's a different matter. How on earth can you guys and gals who support a Premiership team manage to afford it? I beleive that the main reason why crowds are dwindling this season is mainly down to the fact that match tickets are so expensive. Here's a breakdown of what it costs on average to watch a Premiership club for the whole season (home and away)..... Home season ticket: £453 Away game tickets: £532 Travel: £700 Programmes: £114 Merchandise: £100 TV subscriptions £347 Total cost: £2246 You can add an extra £400 if you're an Arsenal supporter as their cheapest season ticket is over £800, and deduct £125 if you support Wigan. I went to watch Swansea play Nottm. Forest last Saturday and was dissapointed with the amount of support they had. I now realise how mutch it costs and it probably explains why some fans have to be selective when watching their team play. Do you think it's worth paying that mutch?