Football ticket prices always generate huge debate. We now know what it will cost to see one of this season's Champions League quarter-final games. A ticket for the Real Madrid vs. Dortmund game at the Bernabéu costs twice as much as it does at Borussia's Signal Iduna Park stadium.
This is further proof of the high price of watching football in Spain. Take a look at the ticket price comparisons below.
The cheapest grounds, at least for European competition are in Germany. Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund's cheapest tickets come in at under €40. This is a far cry from the cheapest tickets at the Camp Nou for this Tuesday's Barcelona vs. Atlético de Madrid game, which cost €93.
Ticket prices at Paris' Parc des Princes are also quite cheap. It would cost just €30 to watch Ibra, Cavani and Lavezzi in action against Mourinho's Chelsea stars.
In fact, the Paris Saint-Germain stadium offers the greatest range of ticket prices, as the most expensive ticket costs as much as €250.
They are closely followed by English grounds. Tickets at Old Trafford start at €45, unbelievable prices when compared with stadiums like the Santiago Bernabeu or the Camp Nou. A ticket for the Chelsea vs. PSG return leg would set you back between €60 and €140.