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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  • Matt Thomas
    Matt Thomas
    FC United of Manchester
    No Comment
    Matt Thomas
    FC United of Manchester
  • Danny Brennan
    Danny Brennan
    Manchester United
    Football is now a middle class sport. The average working man can no longer afford the outrageous prices charged by premier league clubs.
    Danny Brennan
    Manchester United
  • Charlie Biggs-Thomas
    Charlie Biggs-Thomas
    Manchester United
    Its a disgrace that fans aren't in the intentions of the FA... time for change!
    Charlie Biggs-Thomas
    Manchester United
  • Jose Caballero Román
    Jose Caballero Román
    Oxford United
    Without grassroots football, the elite football cannot survive!
    Jose Caballero Román
    Oxford United
  • Daniel Haynes
    Daniel Haynes
    Birmingham City
    I support this after looking at a championship games Sheffield Wednesday vs Birmingham City on Boxing Day being priced at £36 for an adult excluding travel. Shocking for an average championship game
    Daniel Haynes
    Birmingham City
  • Ben Natrins
    Ben Natrins
    Aston Villa
    No Comment
    Ben Natrins
    Aston Villa
  • Richu Reji
    Richu Reji
    Arsenal
    Highest ticket prices in the world with mediocre results. Fans Respect and still support Arsenal and what it stands for, its time the club repaid the faith and support shown by the fans and put up affordable prices. ATLEAST.
    Richu Reji
    Arsenal
  • Colm Mcgirl
    Colm Mcgirl
    Arsenal
    The wealth needs to be shared amongst premier league clubs to help the genuine core of fans, that have been priced out of attending home and away games, to begin or continue attending games again. Atmosphere in most grounds around the premier league has taken a hit in recent years because of this, therefore making ticket prices affordable for genuine fans will help atmospheres and attendances improve.
    Colm Mcgirl
    Arsenal
  • Richard Thom
    Richard Thom
    Stevenage
    At all levels below the Premier League it is absolutely vital that enough money filters down to all levels down to the lowest of the grass roots clubs, including non-professional youth clubs. Without that there is never going to enough growth to ensure sufficient quality players. Over the years many England internationals started out in non-league e.g. Stuart Pearce at Wealdstone, Ian Wright at Greenwich Borough and now Jamie Vardy at Stockbridge Park Steels to name just three. Also youth set ups such as Dario Grady's at Crewe have produced future old Division 1 and Premier League players with at least David Platt going on to captain England. Premier League youth programmes do not always produced first team players until they either leave or transfer to lesser sides and work their way back. Without the money to continue this England's national team is stuffed. Also, by using some of this money to enable all clubs to reduce their prices at the turnstiles, those grounds not full are more likely be able to do so, bring in extra income for the clubs from all non-ticket streams thereby increase the atmosphere in the grounds all to the benefit of football.
    Richard Thom
    Stevenage
  • Linda Friis
    Linda Friis
    Stevenage
    No Comment
    Linda Friis
    Stevenage
  • Arran Sneddon
    Arran Sneddon
    Preston North End
    No Comment
    Arran Sneddon
    Preston North End
  • Daniel  Coyne
    Daniel Coyne
    Preston North End
    No Comment
    Daniel Coyne
    Preston North End
  • Andrew Holgate
    Andrew Holgate
    Preston North End
    Leeds Away 42 pound! absolutely disgraceful! there wouldn't be any football without the fans! sort it now before the beautiful game dies!
    Andrew Holgate
    Preston North End
  • Tom Cunningham
    Tom Cunningham
    Manchester City
    share the wealth
    Tom Cunningham
    Manchester City
  • Oliver Porter
    Oliver Porter
    West Bromwich Albion
    No Comment
    Oliver Porter
    West Bromwich Albion
  • Jamie  Whitehead
    Jamie Whitehead
    Aston Villa
    No Comment
    Jamie Whitehead
    Aston Villa
  • Warren Mac Conraí
    Warren Mac Conraí
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    Warren Mac Conraí
    Liverpool
  • Mike Gall
    Mike Gall
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    Mike Gall
    Liverpool
  • TIM SHORT
    TIM SHORT
    We are all in it together. Let's do it! Lots of love from Everton!
    TIM SHORT
  • Mike Andrewjeski
    Mike Andrewjeski
    Arsenal
    No Comment
    Mike Andrewjeski
    Arsenal
  • Chris Gosling
    Chris Gosling
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    Chris Gosling
    Liverpool
  • Peter Mills
    Peter Mills
    grass roots football is where tomorrows England players will come from. The foreigners have taken over taking all the TV injected cash depriving the up and coming stars of their break. Small clubs are struggling to survive and in some instances only need a few thousand pounds to improve and move forward. The premiership is greedy and culpable of the England teams continuing failure. Furthermore and more important, the fans are being totally ripped off. Take a leaf out of some of the no league clubs and cap the entry to an affordable price, poverty does not exist in the eyes of the top flight spoilt brat arrogant prima donnas
    Peter Mills
  • Will Cummings
    Will Cummings
    Bromley
    No Comment
    Will Cummings
    Bromley
  • Damian Cox
    Damian Cox
    FC United of Manchester
    No Comment
    Damian Cox
    FC United of Manchester
  • NicK Lindsay
    NicK Lindsay
    FC United of Manchester
    No Comment
    NicK Lindsay
    FC United of Manchester
  • Stephen Bower
    Stephen Bower
    FC United of Manchester
    No Comment
    Stephen Bower
    FC United of Manchester
  • Craig Cunningham
    Craig Cunningham
    Manchester United
    No Comment
    Craig Cunningham
    Manchester United
  • Peter Webb
    Peter Webb
    Brighton and Hove Albion
    No Comment
    Peter Webb
    Brighton and Hove Albion
  • Alfie Brennan
    Alfie Brennan
    Chelsea
    Clubs that charge adults prices for anyone older than 16, 40-60 quid for a 17 year old, students and apprentices are being robbed by greed
    Alfie Brennan
    Chelsea
  • Ian  Lawrence
    Ian Lawrence
    Arsenal
    Enough is enough.
    Ian Lawrence
    Arsenal
  • paul clements
    paul clements
    Brighton and Hove Albion
    spoilt rich brats should share their toys, particularly with them's as pay for it
    paul clements
    Brighton and Hove Albion
  • Richard  Shepherd
    Richard Shepherd
    Leeds United
    No Comment
    Richard Shepherd
    Leeds United
  • Dan Jones
    Dan Jones
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    Dan Jones
    Liverpool
  • Tony Czar
    Tony Czar
    Arsenal
    No Comment
    Tony Czar
    Arsenal
  • Tony Czar
    Tony Czar
    Arsenal
    No Comment
    Tony Czar
    Arsenal
  • claes belfrage
    claes belfrage
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    claes belfrage
    Liverpool
  • Matthew  Campbell
    Matthew Campbell
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    Matthew Campbell
    Liverpool
  • rhys parry
    rhys parry
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    rhys parry
    Liverpool
  • Colin Childs
    Colin Childs
    Reading
    Reduce ticket prices to bring back fans...........
    Colin Childs
    Reading
  • Simon Way
    Simon Way
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    Simon Way
    Liverpool
  • Ryan Bentley
    Ryan Bentley
    Liverpool
    20 is plenty!
    Ryan Bentley
    Liverpool
  • Stuart  Price
    Stuart Price
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    Stuart Price
    Liverpool
  • Chris Dickison
    Chris Dickison
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    Chris Dickison
    Liverpool
  • David Macdiarmid
    David Macdiarmid
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    David Macdiarmid
    Liverpool
  • Bob Westwood
    Bob Westwood
    Fulham
    With So much money being distributed by the TV companies it seems so obvious that the club's can and should lower ticket prices!
    Bob Westwood
    Fulham
  • Kenny Hodkinson
    Kenny Hodkinson
    Blackburn Rovers
    No Comment
    Kenny Hodkinson
    Blackburn Rovers
  • Guido Cosari
    Guido Cosari
    West Ham United
    Let's give football back where it belong: people's terraces.
    Guido Cosari
    West Ham United
  • Alan Johnstone
    Alan Johnstone
    Liverpool
    No Comment
    Alan Johnstone
    Liverpool
  • Richard Hanley
    Richard Hanley
    Sheffield United
    Football needs to become a sport once again and stop being a business!
    Richard Hanley
    Sheffield United
  • Jim Sinstadt
    Jim Sinstadt
    Millwall
    No Comment
    Jim Sinstadt
    Millwall