Share TV wealth!

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The Premier League has signed a new TV mega-deal worth £5.14bn, and that’s just for UK rights. The increase from the last domestic deal alone equates to £40+ for every fan, at every game; top-flight clubs have to bring down ticket prices and support lower-league/grassroots football. There are five billion reasons why clubs should #shareTVwealth!

Fans demand that clubs:

  1. Drop prices for home fans;
  2. Commit to the FSF’s Twenty’s Plenty away price cap;
  3. Redistribute more wealth to support lower-league and grassroots football.

Important! Please make sure to SELECT A CLUB below. This triggers an email to them and the relevant league outlining your support for lower prices/redistribution of TV wealth throughout the pyramid. It's a vital step in this campaign as the PL and FL always insist that clubs hold the power.

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  • Henry Ruane
    Henry Ruane
    Exeter City
    It's disgraceful. So many lower league sides are in desperate need of money, the sort of money which is now small change for the sides in the premiership. It's unfair.
    Henry Ruane
    Exeter City
  • Ethan
    Ethan
    Leicester City
    No Comment
    Ethan
    Leicester City
  • James Munson
    James Munson
    Tottenham Hotspur
    Whilst the local Council can't afford to replace the pump and piping stolen from the showers in my Sunday League's changing rooms, we pay £60 every other week to create an atmosphere for the TV companies in a level of the game awash with cash. Reduce ticket prices and support the grass roots. Jim Munson. Captain of Earlsmead F.C.
    James Munson
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Tom
    Tom
    Leicester City
    Season ticket holder and grassroots coach
    Tom
    Leicester City
  • Luke Johnson
    Luke Johnson
    Leicester City
    ticket price definitely need to go down home and away. A 16/17 year old should never be classed as an adult either
    Luke Johnson
    Leicester City
  • Ryan
    Ryan
    Leicester City
    Twenties plenty..
    Ryan
    Leicester City
  • Oliver Griffiths
    Oliver Griffiths
    Leicester City
    No Comment
    Oliver Griffiths
    Leicester City
  • Daniel Green
    Daniel Green
    Leicester City
    No Comment
    Daniel Green
    Leicester City
  • kurt ledger
    kurt ledger
    Leicester City
    season ticket holder for 12 years that makes a 260 mile round trip evert home game.
    kurt ledger
    Leicester City
  • Steve Kemp
    Steve Kemp
    Derby County
    No Comment
    Steve Kemp
    Derby County
  • Harpreet singh
    Harpreet singh
    Leicester City
    Prices need to drop.
    Harpreet singh
    Leicester City
  • Jools
    Jools
    Cardiff City
    No Comment
    Jools
    Cardiff City
  • Jamie
    Jamie
    Leicester City
    No Comment
    Jamie
    Leicester City
  • George Blackburn
    George Blackburn
    Middlesbrough
    Make home tickets cheaper and bring back safe standing!
    George Blackburn
    Middlesbrough
  • Darran Dean
    Darran Dean
    Leicester City
    No Comment
    Darran Dean
    Leicester City
  • Jack Fantham
    Jack Fantham
    Leicester City
    Season ticket holder for 10 years
    Jack Fantham
    Leicester City
  • T Dandy
    T Dandy
    Exeter City
    No Comment
    T Dandy
    Exeter City
  • Ian Bason
    Ian Bason
    Leicester City
    Clubs benefiting from this massive increase need to protect the long term health of the English game by allocating a share of the money to reduce ticket prices for fans and to feed more finance down into the grass roots of the game to ensure the next generation of footballers thrive
    Ian Bason
    Leicester City
  • D Gillam
    D Gillam
    Exeter City
    No 3 all the way.
    D Gillam
    Exeter City
  • Mark Pearce
    Mark Pearce
    Cardiff City
    No Comment
    Mark Pearce
    Cardiff City
  • William Biss
    William Biss
    Yeovil Town
    No Comment
    William Biss
    Yeovil Town
  • Matt Kinnear
    Matt Kinnear
    Crewe Alexandra
    Football accessible regardless of social standing!,
    Matt Kinnear
    Crewe Alexandra
  • Chris Larkin
    Chris Larkin
    Cardiff City
    The pooling of wealth at the top of the pyramid is detrimental to the future of lower- league football and also to the future of the respective National teams, as the money is invariably spent on purchasing ready-made foreign talent, as opposed to developing players via academies
    Chris Larkin
    Cardiff City
  • Jack Littler
    Jack Littler
    Manchester City
    legalise safe standing!
    Jack Littler
    Manchester City
  • Tom Welsh
    Tom Welsh
    Leeds United
    Make football affordable
    Tom Welsh
    Leeds United
  • zoe
    zoe
    Cardiff City
    No Comment
    zoe
    Cardiff City
  • Neale Ross
    Neale Ross
    No Comment
    Neale Ross
  • adam clawley
    adam clawley
    Crewe Alexandra
    No Comment
    adam clawley
    Crewe Alexandra
  • John Adams
    John Adams
    Exeter City
    Don't kill our clubs, we can't survive with this spend in the premier league .
    John Adams
    Exeter City
  • Josh Midgley
    Josh Midgley
    Middlesbrough
    No Comment
    Josh Midgley
    Middlesbrough
  • Neil briars
    Neil briars
    Arsenal
    Ĺets hope the money is used by clubs to reduce all away tickets to £20 and season tickets to a maximum of £500 a year to include all home games including the cups! To bring better atmospheres to all premier clubs safe standing needs to be introduced. As a regular away fans home fans of most clubs are very quiet. Also like to see the premier league passing at least 10% if not more of the cash to improve youth football to include facilities and coaching. Get young kids having fun and learning the game in safe conditions. Let's hope that for once the premier league takes notice of fans, but I won't hold my breath.
    Neil briars
    Arsenal
  • John burd
    John burd
    Exeter City
    No Comment
    John burd
    Exeter City
  • Rob Warden
    Rob Warden
    Middlesbrough
    No Comment
    Rob Warden
    Middlesbrough
  • Mark rigney
    Mark rigney
    Tottenham Hotspur
    i totally support the 20 is plenty for away supporters to pay for a match ticket.
    Mark rigney
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Alex
    Alex
    Cardiff City
    Standing used safe can be crucial to regaining atmosphere. If safe, and legal I see no problem with it.
    Alex
    Cardiff City
  • Jonathan Grayson
    Jonathan Grayson
    Manchester City
    No Comment
    Jonathan Grayson
    Manchester City
  • Chris Blank
    Chris Blank
    Manchester City
    No Comment
    Chris Blank
    Manchester City
  • Adrian Norris
    Adrian Norris
    Barrow
    No Comment
    Adrian Norris
    Barrow
  • Gill patterson
    Gill patterson
    Doncaster Rovers
    No Comment
    Gill patterson
    Doncaster Rovers
  • Tom Hawkins
    Tom Hawkins
    Middlesbrough
    No Comment
    Tom Hawkins
    Middlesbrough
  • Neil Williams
    Neil Williams
    Cardiff City
    No Comment
    Neil Williams
    Cardiff City
  • Daniel Oakley
    Daniel Oakley
    Scunthorpe United
    ticket prices are far too high.
    Daniel Oakley
    Scunthorpe United
  • Lewis
    Lewis
    Middlesbrough
    AMF. With out us football is nothing
    Lewis
    Middlesbrough
  • Glen Mcivor
    Glen Mcivor
    Middlesbrough
    No Comment
    Glen Mcivor
    Middlesbrough
  • A Ross
    A Ross
    Middlesbrough
    No Comment
    A Ross
    Middlesbrough
  • Donald McCulley
    Donald McCulley
    Bradford City
    Premier League bias is just too great
    Donald McCulley
    Bradford City
  • Ian Carberry
    Ian Carberry
    Middlesbrough
    Stop using fans as cash cows. without fans football is nothing.
    Ian Carberry
    Middlesbrough
  • Ian Todd
    Ian Todd
    Sunderland
    The new Premier League TV deal, from 2016 onwards, offers clubs the opportunity to make the game more generally accessible to all socio-economic levels by reduced ticket prices, by living wage payments to non-playing staff and by the distribution of more of that money to the lower reaches of the pyramid. I'd be proud of my club to announce its early commitment to this and setting an example to its Premier League peers. No current Premier League footballer is badly paid and none will suffer if they receive only a proportion of the club's media income.
    Ian Todd
    Sunderland
  • Tom watson
    Tom watson
    Leicester City
    Give something back to the fans.
    Tom watson
    Leicester City
  • Bradley Bishop
    Bradley Bishop
    Middlesbrough
    The lower leagues need more recognition instead of the BPL, clubs need to be bolstered with funds to be able to compete with higher tier clubs.
    Bradley Bishop
    Middlesbrough