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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  • Andrew Biggar
    Andrew Biggar
    Twenty really is plenty.
  • Tony OB
    Tony OB
    Everton
    No Fans = No Football Clubs. Things need to change and it's not just about money either.
  • Craig Collins
    Craig Collins
    Manchester United
    We seem to always pay the top price for away tickets especially for London aways. That's on top of the cost of travel! Because all our games clubs class as category A we get screwed time and time again with no help from the club.
  • Tim W
    Tim W
    Arsenal
    how long before even those with money to spare can't justify the cost? what happens then?
  • Nathaniel Shaughnessy
    Nathaniel Shaughnessy
    Arsenal
    No Comment
  • Jim Mcdonald
    Jim Mcdonald
    Everton
    Well done for standing up for the supporters ! Good luck .
  • John Read
    John Read
    Aston Villa
    No Comment
  • Barry Nicholson
    Barry Nicholson
    Crystal Palace
    No Comment
  • Keith Smith
    Keith Smith
    Newcastle United
    Remember that clubs would not exist without their loyal fans. Cut back on outrageous player's wages, rejoin the real world, and treat fans fairly.
  • Ash Bromfield
    Ash Bromfield
    Birmingham City
    I go to a lot of away games and would go to a whole lot more had the ticket prices not been sky high for a whole lot of the games.
  • A brown
    A brown
    Huddersfield Town
    42 pound to go watch our team play Leeds is shocking how can they charge what they want?
  • Jack Claxton
    Jack Claxton
    Derby County
    For someone who loves to travel to watch my team. I'm finding it more and more difficult to do when it's costing me up to £60-100 for a day out. Not only that, but when I organise a day off with my work place to go watch my team, only to be moved dates due to TV coverage! It's terrible for fans to be treated as cash cows and second best to Sky Sports. I really hope towards the future this all changes.
  • Zeb
    Zeb
    Leicester City
    20's plenty indeed
  • John Chrzczonowicz
    John Chrzczonowicz
    Queens Park Rangers
    No Comment
  • Matthew Perry
    Matthew Perry
    Cardiff City
    Tan Out
  • Dave Shrubb
    Dave Shrubb
    West Ham United
    No Comment
  • Tom Stonehouse
    Tom Stonehouse
    Southampton
    No Comment
  • Adam McCabe
    Adam McCabe
    Middlesbrough
    No Comment
  • John Paul McQue
    John Paul McQue
    Middlesbrough
    No Comment
  • Leo Pinnock
    Leo Pinnock
    Aston Villa
    As a season ticket holder who travels from London to Birmingham to watch villa, The rest bite i i should get is that it shouldn't cost me a fortune to see Villa play in the capital.... unfortunately this inst the case and it's still more expensive on average (including travel) for me to attend a local away match than a home game (which is still too expensive!) There are a lot of things wrong with the pricing in football and setting the price of away tickets to £20 would be a good start, Especially given he recent increase in TV money. Best wishes, Leo