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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  • Chris Gregory
    Chris Gregory
    Wigan Athletic
    This is the 1st boxing day match I have missed in years. £36 for a ticket plus travel costs means I simply can't afford it.
  • Jo Porter
    Jo Porter
    Wigan Athletic
    Sky high prices are too much and normal hardworking people cannot afford it
  • Sandy Hamilton
    Sandy Hamilton
    Leeds United
    I fully support this campaign ... I have been travelling home and away with Leeds United for nearly 50 years and this season have had to reduce the number of away games due to the high costs involved. Extortionate ticket prices despite vast revenues from TV , record attendances , marketing etc ..excessive players wages for less than average performances. And still , after all these years treat like animals by most police forces....50 years on no change !! How sad a reflection on our game.
  • Bill Hassall
    Bill Hassall
    Stoke City
    None of my friends can afford to go anymore. The game that was ours has been taken away from us.
  • Dave Edwards
    Dave Edwards
    Wigan Athletic
    Ridiculous Leeds class this as a cat A game. Sick of being charged£30+ for away games while Latics roll over and and charge reasonable rates for every other club
  • Glyn Morris
    Glyn Morris
    Wigan Athletic
    All we ask is fairness, at Wigan we charge the same for away fans as we do for home fans
  • Scott Robertson
    Scott Robertson
    No Comment
  • GARY CREIGHTON
    GARY CREIGHTON
    Leeds United
    The rule that away fans should pay the same as home fans has holes in it than a sieve.
  • Kim harland
    Kim harland
    Gillingham
    No Comment
  • Catherine Murphy
    Catherine Murphy
    Wigan Athletic
    They will price the real fans out
  • Laura Warburton
    Laura Warburton
    Scunthorpe United
    No Comment
  • Liam Potter
    Liam Potter
    Wigan Athletic
    some football clubs need to get realistic with their prices as fans are being driven away by excessive prices
  • Trevor Smith
    Trevor Smith
    Nottingham Forest
    Supporters are the lifeblood of football & shouldn't be priced out of the game.
  • Charlie Bell
    Charlie Bell
    Liverpool
    The prices for tickets at games are awful so if they lowered the ticket prices the chances of more people attneding the game is more likely
  • Cathal Conway
    Cathal Conway
    Liverpool
    No Comment
  • Jonathan Whitehouse
    Jonathan Whitehouse
    Liverpool
    No Comment
  • Dave Hinds
    Dave Hinds
    Manchester City
    Football is a working class game charging fat cat prices, its ridiculou, football without fans is dead and prices are driving fans away, no wonder the atmosphere at grounds is solemn, give the fans what they deserve
  • Martin Fisher
    Martin Fisher
    Leeds United
    Travelling away to watch Leeds often costs ridiculous prices, but we're just as bad and charge away fans far too much as well, often resulting in a poor away following at Elland Road. As Leeds often sell all of their tickets when travelling away the home clubs could argue that the price is right, but greedy clubs too often don't think about the travelling supporter and the amount it costs to get to the game, plus food and drink on the way or at the game. A £20 flat rate in the top two divisions would be much fairer on long suffering fans. Lower division teams should charge even less as fans should pay more for a better quality product in the higher leagues. Too many lower league teams also price fans out of the game.
  • Mike Walls
    Mike Walls
    Leeds United
    PLENTY
  • RICHARD FORBES
    RICHARD FORBES
    Leeds United
    I've followed my team, Leeds United home and away for years (season ticket since 1992). Even with all us fellow Leeds fans have been through we still turn out amazing support. 27000 at Elland Road last Saturday against Fulham. For the away games clubs see us as a 'pay day', 7000 at Blackburn a few weeks back. We sell out every away allocation given too us. Now we're used to paying stupidly over the odds for home tickets. But also the away tickets seem to go up season after season. This has to stop. Now as I've said we sell our away allocations week in week out. But the away following at Elland Road is 9 times out of 10 very poor. Lets get some away fans back. The atmosphere is always much better with a good away following. So I 100% agree to the Twenty's plenty campaign.