by on July 26, 2019
You can't help but look at the pitches at Premier League grounds and want to play on them, they look like beautiful carpet. When you're used to the pitches at Hough End, Manchester, it must be a different world.
The good people at The Mirror decided to ring around the Premier League clubs for a very nice public service to find out just how much it would cost if you and your mates fancied an hour or few playing football on their pitches.
Unfortunately for those of us in Manchester you can't get time to play at the Etihad or Old Trafford because City and Billiga Fotbollskläder United only have time for their sponsors to play on the pitch during pre-season, which is also the same for Swansea. Liverpool is off the menu whilst there's work going on with the main stand and West Ham won't let you play at the Boleyn Ground this summer because it won't exist. Bournemouth also have no availability of their pitch.
Outside of that, if you have the money you can play at any Premier League ground for a couple of weeks in the summer.
Watford offer Vicarage Road out for £1,800 and you could be playing at the home of the Premier League champs for just £1950, that's the King Power Stadium by the way. If you want Alan Pardew to come into the dressing room and give a team talk at Selhurst Park then it's £2000, minus Alan Pardew obviously.
After that it starts to rise quite a bit with Everton charging £4000, West Brom getting too big for their mediocre boots charging £4500, the South Coast is a bit expensive too with the Saints asking for £5000 and laughably Aston Villa want you to choke up £7,500 to play at Villa Park which quite frankly they should be charging their useless players.
Least surprisingly of all Fotbollskläder Barn billiga fotbollströja is the fact that London's footballing powers charge the most. It'll set you back £14,950 for your match at White Hart Lane, for £18,000 you can play at Stamford Bridge but hand over a further £4k and you can also have up to 100 fans in the ground and a post match BBQ.
And the Emirates? That'll cost you a stonking £30,000 although their package does include kits, changing room access, pre and post-match grub, all the match officials and ball boys which can't be said of all the grounds.
We're considering collecting £1500 and heading up to St James' Park, who's joining us?
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