Away fans will not have to pay more than £30 to watch a Premier League match after top-flight clubs unanimously decided to continue capping ticket prices.

Albion supporters have benefited from the cap on match tickets, which has been in place since the start of the of 2016-17 season in a bid to make travelling to games more affordable and maintain the atmosphere at grounds.

Initially brought in for three seasons, top-flight clubs have now voted to extend the measures for away supporters by a further three years.

In a statement, the Premier League said: "All clubs know the crucial importance of away fans in generating the best possible atmosphere at matches, and recognise the additional travel costs often involved when following a team away from home.

"The £30 away ticket cap was introduced in season 2016-17, following the successful implementation of the Premier League Away Supporters' Initiative which saw clubs provide a range of measures for their away fans.

"For the last four consecutive seasons, Premier League crowds have reached record levels with 96% of tickets sold.

"This is testament to the compelling football and dedication of fans, and the league is committed to maintaining these high attendances."