Reading's recent pricing decisions have come in for some criticism from supporters as costs increase despite dropping into League One.

However, fans will still pay less than the likes of Cambridge United and Burton Albion for a seat in the third tier.

With renewals coming in at £400 for a seat in the Sir John Madejski Stand or Lower West, and £425 for new fans attracted to commit to a year in League One, this decreases behind either goal.

The cheapest season ticket in the league goes to Fleetwood Town, who are charging just £269 for the whole season in their seated section, and only £189 on the terrace behind the opposite goal.

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By way of comparison, terracing at Cambridge's Abbey Stadium can be up to £333 for new supporters.

In stark contrast, the likes of Peterborough United and Exeter City have stands charging upwards of £500 for a seat.

Reading's are the most expensive of those relegated from the Championship, with Blackpool and Wigan Athletic offering renewal prices in an equivalent stand at £349.

Leyton Orient, who won League Two, will charge new supporters £431 along one side of the pitch.

With the play-offs yet to be decided, one of Barnsley and Sheffield Wednesday will join Stockport County or Carlisle United in League One.