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Twenty’s Plenty: Lobby your club’s CEO

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

The next few days could have a huge bearing on top-flight football costs as Premier League “shareholders” (CEOs and owners) meet this Thursday 4th February.

Thanks to the FSF’s constant pressure the issue of away ticket prices remains in the spotlight – and we need fans to make as much noise in the coming days as possible.

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Since its launch Twenty’s Plenty has saved 68,000 fans £738,000. As the Premier League shareholder meeting takes place this week it’s the perfect time for top-flight fans to lobby their own club to go even further. The clubs’ new TV deal will bring in £8bn and we want to make sure they don’t just use that to stuff the pockets of players, agents and club officials – ticket prices must be brought down!

Football League fan? 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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