Twenty's Plenty

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The FSF launched Twenty’s Plenty for Away Tickets in January 2013This page is a one-stop-shop with all the information you need on Twenty’s Plenty - from aims and objectives to actions and arguments, it's all here.

Twenty's Plenty aims: Supporters 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).

Supporters understand that football is unaffordable for many and this is especially true for away fans who, aside from match tickets, must contend with spiralling food, drink and travel costs. There has been a tremendous groundswell of opinion lately with campaigns and petitions popping up across the country and Twenty’s Plenty will try to harness that energy

Twenty's Plenty saved 68,000 Premier League fans £738,000 in its first two seasons and reduced costs for Football League fans at Coventry CityBarnsley, Bradford City and Doncaster Rovers.


  1. Premier League: This feels like a real tipping point with fans putting aside tribal differences to speak with one voice and say enough is enough. Want to get involved? If you're a fan of a Premier League club complete this form and an email will be sent in your name to your club's CEO or Chairman lobbying for cheaper tickets.
  2. Football League: While this action relates specifically to Premier League clubs we also think many Football League prices are too expensive and Twenty's Plenty has saved fans money at Coventry CityBarnsley, Bradford City and Doncaster Rovers. If you're a fan of an FL club and would like to help the campaign email:
  3. Fans at any level: If you’re involved with a fans’ organisation put some pressure on your club. How about a joint letter from fan groups/fanzines/websites telling your CEO that “Twenty’s Plenty”? Give us a shout and we can help out with contacts at your club:

More on Twenty's Plenty news here and blogs here.

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