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The 2021-22 Championship campaign is still two months away but anticipation is already building.

The fixtures are out in a fortnight, new kits are starting to pop up over social media and transfer rumours are starting to ratchet up.

And with the end of lockdown (hopefully) in sight, fans are eagerly awaiting a return to their beloved grounds.

Aside from a handful of pilot events over the winter, and capped attendances at the end-of-season play-offs, supporters in the second tier have been starved of seeing their side in the flesh.

There is hope that next season will see a return to normality and full grounds. If season ticket sales are anything to go by, then the appetite is huge among Championship fans.

The hope is that grounds will be able to return to full capacity from next season

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With that in mind, we've taken a look at the pricing structures for all 24 Championship clubs when it comes to season tickets.

And the cheapest place to go and regularly watch games in the second tier is the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.

QPR's cheapest ticket is on offer for just £225. That equates to just £9.78 per league game.

And considering their fine finish to last season, when they finished ninth, and the addition of Charlie Austin in the close season it looks like another exciting campaign could be on the cards for Mark Warburton's men.

QPR offer the cheapest season ticket in the Championship

Other also offering relatively cheap season ticket deals include Huddersfield Town, Cardiff City and beaten play-off finalists Swansea City.

They all have tickets starting at £249.

Of course many clubs have had season tickets on sale since earlier this year and therefore 'early bird' deadlines will have now passed, although some remain open until well into June.

An interesting comparison can also be made with regards to new teams in next year's division.

Sheffield United were relegated from the Premier League whilst Peterborough United came up from League One.

Despite that, it is the Blades who are offering cheaper access to matches. Their lowest season ticket comes in at £357 (£15.50 per game), whilst Posh's prices start at £399 (£17.34 per game).

Four clubs – Blackburn Rovers, Derby County, Fulham and West Bromwich Albion – have yet to release their pricing structures.

Bizarrely, Newly-promoted Hull City run a membership scheme rather than selling individual season tickets with supporters required to pay a flat fee over 12 months.

Rather than sell season tickets, Hull City offer a membership scheme to their fans

The most expensive season ticket next year, excluding executive membership schemes, is at Bournemouth where you can fork out up to £760 – that works out at roughly £33 per match.

Championship season ticket prices for 2021-22 ranging from lowest price to highest at each club

Barnsley – £350 to £475

Birmingham – £265 to £505

Blackburn Rovers – No information released yet

Blackpool – £299 to £649

Bournemouth – £550 to £760

Bristol City – £355 to £636

Cardiff – £249 to £479

Coventry – £375

Derby – No information released yet

Fulham – No information released yet

Huddersfield Town – £249 to £329

Hull City – Club runs a monthly membership scheme instead of selling season tickets

Luton Town – £400 to £500

Middlesbrough – £420 to £645

Millwall – £385 to £560

Nottingham Forest – £365 to £525

Peterborough – £399 to £529

Preston North End – £400 to £535

QPR – £225 to £588

Reading – £299 to £445

Sheffield United – £357 to £543

Stoke City – £294 to £539

Swansea – £249 to £299

West Bromwich Albion – No information released yet

*All information correct at time of publication

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