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Think PL prices are too high? You can help bring them down

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

Today the FSF launched a new lobbying tool that football fans can use to directly contact their clubs and urge them to back the Twenty’s Plenty campaign.

Next week the 20 Premier League clubs will be meeting and we want fans to target their club chairmen or chief executives.

Our lobbying tool allows fans to contact them directly, calling on them to back the Twenty’s Plenty cap for away tickets.

As we’ve seen, just a small proportion of the Premier League’s incredible new TV deal would be required to cap all away tickets and we want clubs to give something back to their most loyal supporters.

All you need to do to get in touch with your club is head to http://www.fsf.org.uk/twentysplenty – fill in your name, club, email address and send! If you want to, our pre-written letter is customisable so you can add whatever you wish if it is relevant to your club.

 The letter asks decision makers at all the clubs for the following:

– £20 cap (£15 concession) on all away tickets – Twenty’s Plenty!

– An increase to the Away Supporters Initiative to subsidise ticket prices for away fans.

– An end to match categorisation for away fans.

– An increase in the availability and discounts offered to young adults (home and away).

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 City, Barnsley, Bradford City and Doncaster Rovers. If you’re a fan of a Football League club and would like to help the campaign email: tickets@fsf.org.uk.

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