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.
  • Can I do more? There are plenty other ways you can support Twenty's Plenty, check out more actions for fans here.

Read more about Twenty's Plenty and the reasons for the campaign at www.fsf.org.uk/tickets.

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  • Daniel Hughes
    Daniel Hughes
    Aston Villa
    Couldn't agree more - football pricing is becoming nothing short of a joke!
  • Suzanne Reed
    Suzanne Reed
    Sunderland
    No Comment
  • gary brown
    gary brown
    Newcastle United
    west ham ticket a complete robbery , i only hope we charge there fans the same price , a total disgrace
  • div cassell
    div cassell
    Accrington Stanley
    20p is plenty to watch at clown castle towers
  • Marty Atkin
    Marty Atkin
    Newcastle United
    No Comment
  • Nic Myers
    Nic Myers
    Newcastle United
    Away fans bring atmosphere to the stadiums they visit, don't price them out. A sterile atmosphere does nothing for the home or the away team.
  • daveconway
    daveconway
    Newcastle United
    No Comment
  • david and gillian hughes
    david and gillian hughes
    Norwich City
    hughes
  • Sean Thompson
    Sean Thompson
    Newcastle United
    No Comment
  • Nathan Peart
    Nathan Peart
    Newcastle United
    Clubs are killing the game due to such high ticket prices. With all the tv money and money they get for the tickets there should be more opportunity for the working class generation to be able to afford to go and watch their team play on a saturday afternoon.
  • Stephen Redhead
    Stephen Redhead
    Newcastle United
    My own club Newcastle UNITED HAS A RECIPROCAL PROGRAMME. WHICH SEEMS TO WORK VERY GOOD. I WOULD BE GRATEFUL IF MY CLUB COULD APPLY THIS ISSUE TO OUR DERBY GAMES WITH SAFC. AS A GESTURE FOR THE RIVAL SUPPORTER'S WHO SET UP A FUND FOR THE VICTIMS OF THE TRAGIC LOSS OF TWO SUPPORTERSTWHILE KILLED..STEVE REDHEAD. SOUTH SHIELDS
  • Iain Skelton
    Iain Skelton
    Middlesbrough
    No Comment
  • Paul Rodwell
    Paul Rodwell
    Newcastle United
    The money that clubs make from match ticket sales is a drop in the ocean compared with what they receive from television, sponsorship, merchandise and advertising. They could easily afford to reduce ticket prices to make match tickets more affordable for everyone. The question is - Do they want to ?
  • Edward Alexander
    Edward Alexander
    Chelsea
    No Comment
  • stephen connolly
    stephen connolly
    Newcastle United
    8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0
  • Nicholas Rodgers
    Nicholas Rodgers
    Derby County
    As a disabled carer I find it very frustrating that most clubs do not look after away disabled supporters CHARLTON and Forest are classic examples of this at CHARLTON they put the away fans in front of the disabled and then allow them to stand up so the disabled supporter can't see. At Forest they tell the disabled supporter to go to the toilet prior to the kick off as they will not be able to go at half time because the toilet is in the home end that also applied to use of the concourse. This has got to be an health and safety issue and requires urgent attention. My club Derby County has built a platform for away supporters with lift and are first class when it comes to disabled home and away fans. CLUBS SHOULD TAKE A LEAF OUT OF DERBY's BOOK. We go to every game home and away.
  • Daniel Gutteridge
    Daniel Gutteridge
    Middlesbrough
    I would like to see games categorised according to the demand on attending the game. For games such as Leeds United at home on a Saturday afternoon, i believe that nobody would oppose spending £28 on a ticket. This price is however, far too expensive for a Tuesday night game against Blackpool, and i feel that the crowd size is a true reflection of this. I am a season ticket holder at Middlesbrough FC and cannot possibly have any complaints with season ticket prices. My season ticket is £370 per season (£16 per game) and this comes with a free drink for each game. I cannot however justify charging £29 for a ticket in the home end, for fans that are unfortunate enough to go to every game. Any replies will be welcomed.
  • Jake
    Jake
    Leeds United
    Totally 100% true.
  • Simon newland
    Simon newland
    No Comment
  • thomas brown
    thomas brown
    Arsenal
    Reduce the outrageous prices! why should the fans suffer?