New PL season-ticket record
A record number of season tickets were sold at Premier League clubs in the 2012-13 season.
Total adult season-ticket sales for last season were 476,776, eclipsing the previous record of 476,267 set in the 2007-08 season.
The 2012-13 figure is a 7% increase on 2004-05, the first season that the Premier League started keeping records on season-ticket sales.
Sales of season tickets to juniors continue to grow. Last season 58,546 tickets were sold, beating the record set in 2008-9 of 58,313.
Since 2004-5 there has been a 26% increase in junior ticket sales across the Premier League.
Cathy Long, Head of Supporter Services at the Premier League, said: "Making football more attractive and more affordable for families is something clubs have worked hard at over the last few years.
"Premier League football is increasingly a family affair - 29% of fans attend with children, and the clubs are doing a better job in making football more accessible to them. Back in 2009, 76% of parents thought clubs catered well for their need, but that had increased to 87% last season."