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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  • Charlie Gates
    Charlie Gates
    Fulham
    TWENTY IS PLENTY
    Charlie Gates
    Fulham
  • Ryan Comiti
    Ryan Comiti
    No Comment
    Ryan Comiti
  • Arin Ismail
    Arin Ismail
    Tottenham Hotspur
    No Comment
    Arin Ismail
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Tom Curtis
    Tom Curtis
    Crystal Palace
    I've missed 1 palace away game this season and got 3 more booked up! Disgusting prices, especially Chelse!
    Tom Curtis
    Crystal Palace
  • Vince Barron
    Vince Barron
    Sunderland
    20 is plenty
    Vince Barron
    Sunderland
  • James Douglas
    James Douglas
    Arsenal
    No Comment
    James Douglas
    Arsenal
  • nick last
    nick last
    Rotherham United
    Stop treating the proper fans like mugs
    nick last
    Rotherham United
  • Joe Westcott
    Joe Westcott
    Derby County
    No Comment
    Joe Westcott
    Derby County
  • derry soper
    derry soper
    Bolton Wanderers
    enough is enough
    derry soper
    Bolton Wanderers
  • Stuart Laver
    Stuart Laver
    Sheffield Wednesday
    No Comment
    Stuart Laver
    Sheffield Wednesday
  • Jim Lynch
    Jim Lynch
    Everton
    Restore the 5% of TV income to grass roots and £20s plenty for away fans
    Jim Lynch
    Everton
  • Nigel Davies
    Nigel Davies
    Nottingham Forest
    No Comment
    Nigel Davies
    Nottingham Forest
  • Philip Watts
    Philip Watts
    Sheffield Wednesday
    No Comment
    Philip Watts
    Sheffield Wednesday
  • giuseppe colleoni
    giuseppe colleoni
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    giuseppe colleoni
    Liverpool
  • ian keeley
    ian keeley
    Sunderland
    No Comment
    ian keeley
    Sunderland
  • Chris Wyatt
    Chris Wyatt
    Arsenal
    We pay the highest price in British football
    Chris Wyatt
    Arsenal
  • Iain Durie
    Iain Durie
    Newcastle United
    No Comment
    Iain Durie
    Newcastle United
  • Sean Miller
    Sean Miller
    Sunderland
    The amount of money in the top flight makes paying stupid prices at away games disgusting and reinforces the impression that the fan is an afterthought to be fleeced.
    Sean Miller
    Sunderland
  • Derek  Nunn
    Derek Nunn
    Sunderland
    20 is plenty
    Derek Nunn
    Sunderland
  • Colin Derrick
    Colin Derrick
    Sunderland
    No Comment
    Colin Derrick
    Sunderland
  • Danny Lyons
    Danny Lyons
    West Ham United
    No Comment
    Danny Lyons
    West Ham United
  • Pete Richardson
    Pete Richardson
    Lots of fans don't have a local ' big' team meaning a considerable outlay on travel before arriving at a 'big' game.To travel as a family to my nearest Premiership team it can cost nearly £100, then the £100 or so for tickets and that's without food or drink.It's cheaper for me to travel with friends (including channel crossing)to watch top tier Belgian or French games.
    Pete Richardson
  • Henry Pratt
    Henry Pratt
    Ipswich Town
    No Comment
    Henry Pratt
    Ipswich Town
  • Benjamin Pursall
    Benjamin Pursall
    West Bromwich Albion
    Twentys plenty! Why should the supporters have to pay more! At the end of the day fans should be more important to any club than anything else so why not cut down players wages considering they are highly overpaid to say at the least.
    Benjamin Pursall
    West Bromwich Albion
  • Ryan Gawne
    Ryan Gawne
    Everton
    No Comment
    Ryan Gawne
    Everton
  • Alan Gawne
    Alan Gawne
    Everton
    No Comment
    Alan Gawne
    Everton
  • Lee  Stephens
    Lee Stephens
    Sunderland
    No Comment
    Lee Stephens
    Sunderland
  • Stuart Cole
    Stuart Cole
    Aston Villa
    No Comment
    Stuart Cole
    Aston Villa
  • kim j
    kim j
    West Bromwich Albion
    No Comment
    kim j
    West Bromwich Albion
  • Adele Caisley
    Adele Caisley
    Newcastle United
    #twentysplenty
    Adele Caisley
    Newcastle United
  • Paul Morris
    Paul Morris
    Stoke City
    Make football affordable for the people who's cash kept clubs afloat before the TV mega bucks came along. # beforeitstoolate
    Paul Morris
    Stoke City
  • Donal McEvoy
    Donal McEvoy
    Sunderland
    No Comment
    Donal McEvoy
    Sunderland
  • Andy Povey
    Andy Povey
    Reading
    With the mega-money coming into the game from the new TV deal then rather than it all go out of the game via players wages and agent fees, now would be a good time to give something back to what is the heart and soul of the game - THE FANS. Without fans football is nothing. The players would do well to consider that. The players already earn wages that the average man in the street can only dream about. They already get paid more in one week that most of us would struggle to spend in a year, so bigger player wages would be a complete waste of money.
    Andy Povey
    Reading
  • David Butler
    David Butler
    Aston Villa
    It is not right to price fans out of football
    David Butler
    Aston Villa
  • Josh Roberts
    Josh Roberts
    No Comment
    Josh Roberts
  • Craig Maxwell
    Craig Maxwell
    Sunderland
    No Comment
    Craig Maxwell
    Sunderland
  • James Childs
    James Childs
    Reading
    No Comment
    James Childs
    Reading
  • Ian Blackhurst
    Ian Blackhurst
    Burnley
    Too much money paid to players and agents so it's the loyal fans that lose out. #twentysplenty
    Ian Blackhurst
    Burnley
  • Trevor  Canfield
    Trevor Canfield
    Crystal Palace
    Keep prices affordable for people so everyone can go not just the affluent and tourists
    Trevor Canfield
    Crystal Palace
  • George Parry
    George Parry
    Leeds United
    Football has become outrageously overpriced at all levels in competitive football. It is going to deter the next generation of fans and result in more games being undersold and putting the future of smaller clubs in jeopardy. Something needs to be done to put the fans of football first. Football is about fans not business
    George Parry
    Leeds United
  • Andy Okell
    Andy Okell
    Manchester City
    Football without fans is nothing - TV rights will kill our atmospheres and passion for football - fans being out priced of games
    Andy Okell
    Manchester City
  • Peter Wells
    Peter Wells
    Sheffield United
    No Comment
    Peter Wells
    Sheffield United
  • Fiona Phelan
    Fiona Phelan
    Liverpool
    Ticket prices simply need to be more in tune with what the average person can afford. In the long run if prices continue to increase people will start to walk away and only watch on TV. Considering that the Premier League likes to market the fans as part of their 'product', that would seem to be counterproductive. Twenty's Plenty for away fans, but home fans should be paying less too.
    Fiona Phelan
    Liverpool
  • Twentys Plenty
    Twentys Plenty
    We support #TwentysPlenty fair priced football, as football is nothing without fans. Follow us on Twitter @Twentys_Plenty Find us on Facebook. Search the TwentysPlenty community. Thanks !
    Twentys Plenty
  • Craig Davidson
    Craig Davidson
    Sunderland
    No Comment
    Craig Davidson
    Sunderland
  • Greg Allen
    Greg Allen
    Tottenham Hotspur
    Drop prices for home fans; Commit to the FSF’s Twenty’s Plenty away price cap; Redistribute more wealth to support lower-league and grassroots football
    Greg Allen
    Tottenham Hotspur
  • Cavan Edwards
    Cavan Edwards
    Sunderland
    #Twentysplenty
    Cavan Edwards
    Sunderland
  • John O'loughlin
    John O'loughlin
    Liverpool
    Fans are what make the league special, the younger fans are being priced out leaving stadiums full of middle aged people who tend to be more reserved, younger fans should be the life blood of any club.
    John O'loughlin
    Liverpool
  • Tony  Murray
    Tony Murray
    Aston Villa
    Football is nothing without the fans
    Tony Murray
    Aston Villa
  • Dave Hinds
    Dave Hinds
    Manchester City
    Supporters not customers
    Dave Hinds
    Manchester City