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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  • Martin O'Hara
    Martin O'Hara
    Doncaster Rovers
    Supporters need a 'new deal' too! Football is leaving its fans behind. Prices are becoming more ridiculous as the seasons go by!!
    Martin O'Hara
    Doncaster Rovers
  • Jim horth
    Jim horth
    Tottenham Hotspur
    No Comment
    Jim horth
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Sean Taylor
    Sean Taylor
    Swansea City
    Clubs do not need £45+ off fans for games anymore, fans are the blood of a club and if fans did not exist, television money would not exist. £20 price cap for both home and away games would be just about reasonable.
    Sean Taylor
    Swansea City
  • p reynolds
    p reynolds
    Cardiff City
    Slowly us fans are getting priced out ,while the stadiums arent full stop being greedy and share the cash down drop the ticket prices now
    p reynolds
    Cardiff City
  • Ben Stokes
    Ben Stokes
    Arsenal
    No Comment
    Ben Stokes
    Arsenal
  • Chris Howell
    Chris Howell
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    Chris Howell
    Liverpool
  • Alan Landeryou
    Alan Landeryou
    Tottenham Hotspur
    No Comment
    Alan Landeryou
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Stephen Parry
    Stephen Parry
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    Stephen Parry
    Liverpool
  • Rob O'Hara
    Rob O'Hara
    Chelsea
    Reduce the prices and subsidise travel for televised games, these are sometimes lower attended especially the monday night games, impossible for fans to get to and from games with silly kick offs more time off work.
    Rob O'Hara
    Chelsea
  • Garry Lee
    Garry Lee
    Cardiff City
    No Comment
    Garry Lee
    Cardiff City
  • David Pearce
    David Pearce
    Cardiff City
    No Comment
    David Pearce
    Cardiff City
  • Andrea Davies
    Andrea Davies
    Cardiff City
    Andrea Davies
    Cardiff City
  • Oliver Murtough
    Oliver Murtough
    FC United of Manchester
    No Comment
    Oliver Murtough
    FC United of Manchester
  • Ben Donnelly
    Ben Donnelly
    Queens Park Rangers
    Football ticket prices are obscene. The TV revenue for the premier league renders ticket income practically negligible to clubs. At the very least season tickets and tickets for away fans already spending money on their travel and their season tickets at their own clubs should be priced affordably. Let the fans spend the difference on food or merchandise instead should they so wish. The club still benefits after all.
    Ben Donnelly
    Queens Park Rangers
  • Brendan Devereux
    Brendan Devereux
    Leeds United
    No Comment
    Brendan Devereux
    Leeds United
  • Gordon Taylor
    Gordon Taylor
    Tottenham Hotspur
    Prices in the Premier League are now beyond ridiculous, especially if you follow a bigger club and have to suffer the 'Cat A' price rip off every time you travel. There are now 7 away games I refuse to attend purely based on ticket price as I wont pay more than £50 and that number is increasing every season. In a couple of seasons I'll have been priced out of going to away games all together due to the sheer greed of the top flight clubs. This madness has to stop, the game is being taken away from the people who SHOULD matter the most, the fans.
    Gordon Taylor
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Craig Nuttall
    Craig Nuttall
    Grimsby Town
    No Comment
    Craig Nuttall
    Grimsby Town
  • Clare Hillman
    Clare Hillman
    Tottenham Hotspur
    No Comment
    Clare Hillman
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Adam Sturdy
    Adam Sturdy
    Tottenham Hotspur
    No Comment
    Adam Sturdy
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Daniel Aston
    Daniel Aston
    Wolverhampton Wanderers
    Very important for the future of english football - times are hard - give us a break!
    Daniel Aston
    Wolverhampton Wanderers
  • john king
    john king
    It costs me £880 a year for my home season ticket plus all the extra cup and euro games. Plus away game ie £55 most londond derbies. So help us out we spend thousands to support you every year . Give us something back
    john king
  • Joel Wardrobe
    Joel Wardrobe
    Hull City
    Fans are the most important aspect in football...stop treating us as though we aren't.
    Joel Wardrobe
    Hull City
  • Jay
    Jay
    Cardiff City
    No Comment
    Jay
    Cardiff City
  • Richard Curtis
    Richard Curtis
    Peterborough United
    No Comment
    Richard Curtis
    Peterborough United
  • James Cooper
    James Cooper
    Tottenham Hotspur
    No Comment
    James Cooper
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Greg smith
    Greg smith
    Tottenham Hotspur
    No Comment
    Greg smith
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Neil Hayes
    Neil Hayes
    Tottenham Hotspur
    No Comment
    Neil Hayes
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Louis Evans
    Louis Evans
    Stoke City
    Fans are finally waking up; as ticket prices are ridiculous and need to be lowered drastically, safe standing needs to be introduced, scrap category games absolutely pointless, make food and drinks cheaper in grounds and hopefully this will bring back the 18-25 year old working class football fan, that has been priced out of OUR game and might bring back atmospheres! Football is NOTHING without FANS!
    Louis Evans
    Stoke City
  • Richard Hincks
    Richard Hincks
    Manchester City
    The football pyramid used to survive due to the redistribution of wealth, until the "big 5" demanded it be changed and the FA foolishly agreed. English football was based around the football pyramid, and no matter how much we kid ourselves, this no longer exists. Every football club has it's roots in their community and the more money the Premier League obtains, the more the lower league clubs strive to compete and to reach the riches of the EPL. It sounds great, but it leads clubs to ruin. If you want England to succeed in world football, the lower league clubs to develop their academies and be able to have more competitive leagues. Communities need more facilities to let children grow up on the field of play, to live and breath football, just like they do in south america. If clubs are to survive and the National team is to succeed, we need to get back to the distribution of wealth and the reduction of ticket prices. The countries children need the options to easily see their team play every week and recreate their heroics on the pitch every night, with the knowledge that there is a hope for them to play for their local team. Otherwise we are going around in circles and more and more clubs will fold and communities grow without a team.
    Richard Hincks
    Manchester City
  • Chris Paouros
    Chris Paouros
    Tottenham Hotspur
    No Comment
    Chris Paouros
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Derek Bates
    Derek Bates
    Manchester City
    ticket price freeze at least for 5 years, rising with inflation after that.
    Derek Bates
    Manchester City
  • Matthew Bamforth
    Matthew Bamforth
    Chelsea
    No Comment
    Matthew Bamforth
    Chelsea
  • Sean Nugent
    Sean Nugent
    Tottenham Hotspur
    No Comment
    Sean Nugent
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Steve Hatton
    Steve Hatton
    Portsmouth
    The lower league clubs are the ones desperate for money. Enforce the fair play rules.
    Steve Hatton
    Portsmouth
  • James Lockwood
    James Lockwood
    Hull City
    No Comment
    James Lockwood
    Hull City
  • Elizabeth Collingwood
    Elizabeth Collingwood
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    Elizabeth Collingwood
    Liverpool
  • Adrian Clark
    Adrian Clark
    Lincoln City
    Going to football should be for all ages, not just middle-class professionals.
    Adrian Clark
    Lincoln City
  • Alex Smith
    Alex Smith
    Fulham
    No Comment
    Alex Smith
    Fulham
  • Scott Blaza
    Scott Blaza
    Hull City
    Loyal supporters, who more often than not, are made to pay extortionate ticket prices, should benefit from the new tv deal in the form of cheaper tickets. Agents and players should not use this as a trigger to bleed clubs dry.
    Scott Blaza
    Hull City
  • Mark Rawlinson
    Mark Rawlinson
    Tottenham Hotspur
    lower prices so the youngsters can go to games as they are the fans of the future
    Mark Rawlinson
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Eddie Allcorn
    Eddie Allcorn
    Gillingham
    No Comment
    Eddie Allcorn
    Gillingham
  • S Faulkner
    S Faulkner
    Fulham
    No Comment
    S Faulkner
    Fulham
  • Stephen Harding
    Stephen Harding
    Arsenal
    No Comment
    Stephen Harding
    Arsenal
  • Martin Kåremalm
    Martin Kåremalm
    Manchester United
    No Comment
    Martin Kåremalm
    Manchester United
  • Jerome Dunne
    Jerome Dunne
    Manchester United
    No Comment
    Jerome Dunne
    Manchester United
  • lester conway
    lester conway
    Crystal Palace
    No Comment
    lester conway
    Crystal Palace
  • gary hancock
    gary hancock
    Tottenham Hotspur
    No Comment
    gary hancock
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Nicholas Temple
    Nicholas Temple
    Tottenham Hotspur
    No Comment
    Nicholas Temple
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • BARRY STEPHENSON
    BARRY STEPHENSON
    Carlisle United
    No Comment
    BARRY STEPHENSON
    Carlisle United
  • Glenn Lara
    Glenn Lara
    Tottenham Hotspur
    No Comment
    Glenn Lara
    Tottenham Hotspur