Brighton fans can enjoy some of the cheapest pints in the Premier League at home games, a study has found.

Research across the top flight found that Albion beers are the fifth cheapest in the league at just £4.

Prices at the Amex were among the best across the Premier League and the Championship, with Brighton having the cheapest prices in the South.

The survey by found that Manchester United had the cheapest pints in the league, setting fans back around £3.

The most expensive drink is Leicester City, whose beers cost at least £5.10.


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Southampton, Fulham and Everton were all found to have similarly priced pints, with the cheapest at St Mary’s, Goodison Park and Craven Cottage all also costing £4.

The findings are part of a wider survey to find the best overall stadium in the Premier League, with the Amex not making the top five.

Despite having one of the most costly pints in the country, Spurs’ Tottenham Hotspur stadium was rated as the best stadium in the Premier League.

The worst stadium in the league was the London stadium, home to West Ham who Brighton hammered 4-0 last weekend.