Football has the ability to bring families and communities together by connecting people with the sport that brings them joy. It breaks down barriers that divide us from one another and inspires peace, even in the unlikeliest of places.
However, it can be very expensive. Anyone who has attended a National Football League game knows it isn’t cheap. New York Jets, New York Giants, or Philadelphia Eagles games are very expensive especially when you’re taking the whole family to enjoy the experience with some of the best athletes in the world.
But which fans will have to fork over the most to attend a game in the future?
With tickets, jerseys, hot dogs, and beers at the game, the NFL fan experience has always come at a price. The cost of being a fan will only go up over the coming years, but which of the fan bases will see the biggest spike in prices when it comes to supporting their team?
To find out, Betway researched which NFL teams have increased their prices the most during recent years, and created the ‘Future Family Fandom Cost’ Index, which forecasts how much each fan base will be paying in 2025.
The MetLife Stadium, home to the New York Jets, was among the cheapest locations for a family to attend a game with a combined family cost of $639.52 by 2025.
Interestingly, the New York Giants, who also play at Metlife, are number 5 on the list and have a combined cost much higher. The combined family cost to attend a Giants game by 2025 is projected to be $958.12.
At number 8, the combined family cost for Eagles fans at Lincoln Financial Field is $893.85
In comparison, The Allegiant Stadium, home to the Las Vegas Raiders, will be the most expensive venue for a family of 4 to attend in 2025 with a forecasted cost of $2,253.03 per game.
If a family of 4 were to attend all nine regular season home games, they’d be expected to spend a staggering $20,277.27 for the season.
You can find the full list and individual costs here.
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