TONIGHT will see Phil Neville’s Lionesses take on Spain in an international friendly at the County Ground, with more than 13,000 tickets sold.

Tickets have been flogged for £10, half the price a fan would have to pay to watch Swindon Town’s first team play in League Two – games which attract attendances of between 6,000 and 7,000.

So we’re interested to know if you feel modern day football is suitably priced, or if it doesn’t fit within your budget and is simply the occasional Saturday treat.

You can vote below in our poll, which closes at 9pm.