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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  • Matt
    Matt
    Sheffield Wednesday
    No Comment
  • Levi Ashton
    Levi Ashton
    Sheffield Wednesday
    I love football, I love my club. I hate that I have to pick and choose what games I can afford to go to, when if it was more sensibly priced Id happily attend them all. I hate seeing Hillsborough straggling with 18k playing Ipswich when the game at reading showed that we have a fan base that could make hillsborough rock, if only the other 12k fans could afford it. I hate saying no to the Bolton game because I can't afford it and then going to the Bolton away game because I happened to be 22 and therefore it was ten pounds cheaper. That was the difference between an empty seat or a fan in the ground who still had to pay £20. This initiative of choosing empty seats over fans with lower income is an absolute disgrace.
  • jack wakefield
    jack wakefield
    Doncaster Rovers
    Twenty is enough for a ticket. Stop ruining the working class game and making it a big wigs game! AMF
  • David Cheney
    David Cheney
    Accrington Stanley
    No Comment
  • Conor Mitchell-McCann
    Conor Mitchell-McCann
    Leeds United
    No Comment
  • Rob McGregor
    Rob McGregor
    Manchester City
    No Comment
  • Andy Maker
    Andy Maker
    Leeds United
    No Comment
  • gene Sherlock
    gene Sherlock
    Liverpool
    Football for the fans not the corporates
  • Nathan Griffiths
    Nathan Griffiths
    Liverpool
    Being priced out of football
  • Kurt Freakes
    Kurt Freakes
    Liverpool
    No Comment
  • MD
    MD
    Arsenal
    No Comment
  • Cathal Nolan
    Cathal Nolan
    Liverpool
    No Comment
  • m.culshaw
    m.culshaw
    Everton
    Cheaper prices plz
  • Michal Szafran
    Michal Szafran
    No Comment
  • Matty ingo
    Matty ingo
    Everton
    No Comment
  • Stephen Browne
    Stephen Browne
    Manchester United
    No Comment
  • Richard Weatherill
    Richard Weatherill
    Leeds United
    No Comment
  • Andy
    Andy
    Arsenal
    No Comment
  • Nick Lodge
    Nick Lodge
    Leeds United
    Football is the people's game. High ticket prices make it the reserve of the few, and the next generation of fans will disappear.
  • Scott Turner
    Scott Turner
    Leeds United
    The cost of away tickets is getting out of hand. Leeds regularly charge away supporters £36 and Leeds fans are having to fork out £40 each to see their team away to Norwich on a Tuesday night. This is already on top of travel costs and food & drink. I believe £20 is perfectly reasonable and it would encourage more fans to attend matches.