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The cost of being a mascot at different Premier League clubs has been revealed, fans are all saying the same thing

Adnan Riaz

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The cost of being a mascot at different Premier League clubs has been revealed, fans are all saying the same thing

Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea are among the Premier League sides that do NOT charge a fee to become a club mascot, according to new findings.

All six of the so-called Premier League ‘Big Six’ don’t charge for a child mascot, despite initial findings from Football suggesting otherwise.

Tottenham’s package for mascots, for example, includes a pre-match meet with club players, an autograph opportunity, match tickets and a replica kit.

Defending Premier League champions Manchester City follow the same non-fee mascot position much like Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool and United.



Other Premier League clubs that don’t charge include the likes of Brentford, Fulham, Newcastle and Southampton.

Everton, much like Tottenham, offer incentives that include a full kit as well as two tickets.

Posted below are the fees that each Premier League club charges for a mascot.


Arsenal: free

Aston Villa: £150 to £185

Bournemouth: £264 to £300 (Category A & B)

Brentford: free


Brighton and Hove Albion: £225 to £350

Chelsea: free

Crystal Palace: £100 to £375

Everton: free


Fulham: free

Leeds United: free

Leicester City: free

Liverpool: free


Manchester City: free

Manchester United: free

Newcastle United: free

Nottingham Forest: free

Southampton: free

Tottenham Hotspur: free

West Ham United: £175 to £375 (Category A, B and C)

Wolverhampton Wanderers: £290 to £395

Despite different Premier League clubs adding incentives as part of their packages for mascots, fans were shocked to see the prices and insisted that it “should always be free.”

One fan asked: “It costs money?”

Someone else claimed: “Worse thing is that’s an increase from previous seasons as well.”

Another Twitter user added: “It’s not free? WTF.”

“It should always be free,” a fourth tweeted.

While one fan said: “This can’t be right... mascots [are] a free experience... No?”

*Correction (19/4/2023): article updated to reflect prices for Premier League clubs, including Everton. SPORTbible has reached out to Leicester City and Nottingham Forest for comment on the prices listed.


Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Football, Premier League, England, Fan Reactions

Adnan Riaz
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