Activities Sports & Athletics Where Can I Buy Premier League Tickets? Share PINTEREST Email Print Shaun Botterill / Getty Images Sports & Athletics Soccer Soccer Culture Basics Playing & Coaching Soccer Players Baseball Basketball Bicycling Billiards Bodybuilding Bowling Boxing Car Racing Cheerleading Cricket Extreme Sports Football Golf Gymnastics Ice Hockey Martial Arts Professional Wrestling Skateboarding Skating Paintball Swimming & Diving Table Tennis Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Other Activities Learn More By Victoria Armstrong Updated May 13, 2018 There are soccer fans all around the world dreaming of experiencing a live Premier League match. Unfortunately, the clubs sell their tickets out quickly, which has opened a huge market for scammers selling over-priced or even fake tickets to unaware fans. To avoid being tricked by ticket touts, here are the easiest and most secure ways to getting your pass to some live Premier League action. Six weeks before the match kicks off tickets are released for sale by the clubs. By visiting your club’s website you can book your tickets online, or by telephone. You can choose to either collect your tickets on the day of the match or have them sent to your home address. In addition to tickets for individual matches, you can get a season ticket to secure yourself entry to all of your team’s matches. All types of tickets are in high demand and thousands of fans are on waiting lists every year (it could take you over 10 years to get to the top of Arsenal's waiting list), hoping to get their hands on tickets. Most Premier League clubs also offer VIP packages for every match, giving the most dedicated fans a chance to come as close as possible to the field, as well as guided tours around the stadium, dinner, and drinks and meet and greet time with the players. All clubs offer tickets with reduced prices for seniors and juniors, and it is also possible to get group deals and family packs for larger groups of people buying tickets together. All the Premier League stadiums are all-seater stadiums, and there are a few things to consider when deciding where to buy your seat. You can choose to sit in the big supporter areas where some of the most dedicated fans will be located, chanting and cheering in your team’s jerseys. You can also get seats in more quiet areas, which might be ideal for families with children. Soccer enthusiasts traveling from abroad are often easy targets for touts trying to sell tickets for highly inflated prices. Premier League and Visit Britain are working together in order to make it safer for tourists to secure genuine match tickets. If you make your purchase through Visit Britain’s website you are sure to get hold of official tickets for standard rates. There are also several travel agencies and holiday specialists who sell packages including flights, hotel, and tickets to Premier League matches. Travel agent Thomas Cook offers deals starting at $200 for this season’s matches at thomascooksport.com. Avoid Scams Many websites have been blacklisted after several reports from customers claiming to have purchased forged tickets or having never received their tickets after making their payment. Fans who show up to Premier League matches with fake tickets risk being refused entry. The usual signs of unauthorized ticket websites are heavily inflated prices, no exact location for the tickets, and tickets being on sale several months before the match day. Ticket touts also tend to be located outside the stadiums before the matches and can easily trick desperate soccer fans to pay hundreds of dollars for tickets. To be sure you are getting official and legitimate match tickets it is recommended to double check the ticket website or company with Premier League or your club before confirming your order. All authorized ticket sellers are listed at premierleague.com.