Twenty's Plenty Away Ticket Petition

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I back the Football Supporters' Federation’s Twenty’s Plenty for Away Tickets campaign and call upon football clubs at all levels of the game to recognise and reward the amazing contribution of away fans by getting together to agree an across the board price cap on away match tickets of £20 (£15 for concessions).

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Read more about Twenty's Plenty and the reasons for the campaign at www.fsf.org.uk/tickets.

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  • John Carpenter
    John Carpenter
    Manchester United
    Some clubs really don't get it do they? If away fans can get a reasonably priced beer in the ground along with TV replays etc and good catering they are more likely to arrive early and provide income to the home club. Instead away fans spend in the pubs, bars and cafés outside the ground resulting in the last minute rush at the turnstiles just before KO! Well done, Cardiff - thanks for your hospitality. Newcastle - way too expensive, but that''s Mike Ashley for you! I would hope away fans have a better experience at Old Trafford. I agree with the comments about the other obstacles we have to overcome on our away days.
  • Jacob
    Jacob
    Cardiff City
    No Comment
  • Amanda Catlow
    Amanda Catlow
    Burnley
    £20 IS PLENTY
  • Sam Barnes
    Sam Barnes
    Everton
    No Comment
  • Adam Perry
    Adam Perry
    Plymouth Argyle
    Twenty is just right
  • Ben Platonos
    Ben Platonos
    Queens Park Rangers
    Twenty is most certainly plenty
  • Simrun
    Simrun
    West Bromwich Albion
    No Comment
  • Jack Wilson
    Jack Wilson
    Arsenal
    I am a 15 year old with a limited cash flow (my paper round) and so i am struggling to find the money to attend Arsenal games. If they were at £20 then i could definitely go to as many games as possible. It's not like they don't need the money
  • Liam James
    Liam James
    Newcastle United
    ................
  • Harry
    Harry
    Sheffield United
    £20 is a great price and would definitely entice more people to go to away games
  • Joe
    Joe
    Leicester City
    No Comment
  • Kirsty Willing
    Kirsty Willing
    West Ham United
    £20 is a fair price for away fans.
  • Shannon Turley
    Shannon Turley
    No Comment
  • Sarah Bentley
    Sarah Bentley
    Everton
    Come on Everton you call yourself 'The People's Club' then let's show other clubs the way forward by charging £20 for away fans. This is reasonable, realistic and the way forward if we want to keep the sport alive because right now the prices are to expensive especially with a recession. KEEP OUR CLUB "THE PEOPLE'S CLUB'.
  • Garry Whitehouse
    Garry Whitehouse
    West Bromwich Albion
    The cost for away fans has risen in excess of inflation by miles, plus the cost of travel. If tickets were reduced to a more reasonable cost of £20' the game would be made more acceptable to more supporters and also for families. At present the prices are set at different cost depending on the club you support and is not fair across the board thus pricing away games out of the market. I for one am beginning to find this a struggle.
  • Mark Gwalchmai
    Mark Gwalchmai
    West Bromwich Albion
    I back the Football Supporters' Federation’s Twenty’s Plenty for Away Tickets campaign and call upon football clubs at all levels of the game to recognise and reward the amazing contribution of away fans by getting together to agree an across the board price cap on away match tickets of £20 (£15 for concessions).
  • Dan Connolly
    Dan Connolly
    Barnsley
    £20 should be the maximum that clubs can charge for away games. At the minute some Championship clubs are a farce at £36 a game, that's not even taking into consideration the cost of PL games. This, added to the cost of travel is becoming a joke. £20 is by far plenty... You reds.
  • Chris Stanley
    Chris Stanley
    Sheffield Wednesday
    20 is plenty.
  • Peter Day
    Peter Day
    Southampton
    Fed up with being ripped off by football.
  • Morgan Kidson
    Morgan Kidson
    Liverpool
    Too much in my opinion