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).

  • What next? Signing this petition will trigger an email to your club and the relevant league outlining your support for Twenty's Plenty.
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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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  • Timothy
    Timothy
    Charlton Athletic
    The price is driving real football fans out and making it a rich mans sport.
  • N R PENNINGTON
    N R PENNINGTON
    Wolverhampton Wanderers
    Proper football at a proper price please.
  • James campbell
    James campbell
    Middlesbrough
    Brilliant idea.
  • Fran Edwards
    Fran Edwards
    Wigan Athletic
    No Comment
  • Ross McCormack
    Ross McCormack
    Other/Overseas club
    Just heard again delliottes saying there's no sign of the football boom ending - well I've cancelled my sky and don't have tv sport and also cancelled my season ticket as it's gone beyond a joke now. I'll play golf on a Saturday and watch it on match of the day instead. Time to get a reality grip guys - look at our friends in Germany cheaper to watch bayern Munich than Rangers play Raith Rovers and they are European and world champions!
  • Georgina
    Georgina
    Stoke City
    No Comment
  • peter sellars
    peter sellars
    Barnsley
    cut tickets prices at home and away games then we might get game back for the fans. and we might get rid of so called superstars which earn too much money. time they got back to reality
  • Luke Jackson
    Luke Jackson
    Burton Albion
    No Comment
  • Derek Lindley
    Derek Lindley
    Barnsley
    if youre not a season ticket holder :match day prices home and away are a crippler. I recognize clubs have to "survive" but the prices detract the "casual " fan and make those long journeys to far flung places not financially unviable. Sky could do a lot to ease the burden.
  • Andrew Burns
    Andrew Burns
    Barnsley
    No Comment
  • Alex Forrest
    Alex Forrest
    Liverpool
    No Comment
  • Chris Platt
    Chris Platt
    Ipswich Town
    No Comment
  • Andy Algar
    Andy Algar
    Chelsea
    No Comment
  • ged ryan
    ged ryan
    Manchester United
    Been getting ripped off for far to long. Especially with smaller clubs charging premium prices for us as we are classed as a category A game.
  • Andrew Haughton
    Andrew Haughton
    Manchester United
    Most Premier League clubs make a great deal of money from t.v. revenues and sponsorship. So let the clubs subsidise the cost of away fans. Also, if there was a percentage of all transfer fees paid into an away supporters fund they could subsidise this.
  • lynton green
    lynton green
    Manchester United
    Away fans get taken for granted, this over charging has to stop now.
  • Juli Emanuel
    Juli Emanuel
    Manchester City
    I can't afford away matches at the current prices. Pretty sure I'm not alone in this.
  • Mark Farrell
    Mark Farrell
    Manchester City
    I travel away alot and would like to see prices between £20-£30 Max for all EPL away games.
  • keith charlton
    keith charlton
    Sunderland
    No Comment
  • Lindsay M.
    Lindsay M.
    MK Dons
    Football is becoming a sport that is only accessible for the wealthy. A trip to our local club can cost £100 when you include the cost of entry, parking and refreshments in the stadium. The FA need to step in and put measures in place to stop this.