Huddersfield Town offered one of the best value season tickets in the Championship last season - if it's measured by goals alone.

The cheapest season ticket at the club in 2015/16 was £262 according to the BBC's Price of Football survey, and Town fans were treated to 35 goals by their players in home league games.

And that works out at under £8 per goal.

Nahki Wells was the biggest contributor both at home and on the road last season with 18 strikes.

However, of Jamie Paterson's eight goals in all competitions, six came in front of the John Smith's Stadium faithful.

Sky Bet Championship - Huddersfield Town (1) v Birmingham City (1) - Town fans.

Only two clubs could claim a better pound per goal ratio in the Championship last term.

Reading scored just 25 home league goals, but with their cheapest season ticket a snip at £135 it worked out at just £5 per strike.

Fulham supporters paid £7 per home goal in the cheapest seats - priced at £259 for the season.

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At the other end of the scale, Leeds United offered the worst value in the league last term.

Their cheapest season ticket cost £398. With the Yorkshire club scoring only 23 home goals that works out at £17 each.

Club: £s per goal (cheapest season ticket)

Reading: £5; Fulham: £7 ; Charlton Athletic: £8; Huddersfield Town: £8 ; Birmingham City: £9; Blackburn Rovers: £9; Derby County: £9; Burnley: £9; Bristol City: £9; Sheffield Wednesday: £9; Cardiff City: £10; QPR: £11; Brentford: £11; Hull: £11; Rotherham United: £11; Wolves: £12; Brighton: £12; Middlesbrough: £12; Bolton Wanderers: £13; Preston: £14; Ipswich Town: £15; MK Dons: £15; Nottingham Forest: £16; Leeds United: £17; AVERAGE: £11