FSF organise protest for Thursday

icon ticketprices12 August ~ Hundreds of fans will march on the headquarters of the Premier League and Football League this Thursday to demand cheaper ticket prices throughout the game. The march will be led by the Football Supporters’ Federation, with fans saying that clubs should use their huge revenues from TV and sponsorship to lower prices for both home and away supporters. Fans will gather at Marble Arch from 1pm and leave for Gloucester Place at 2pm, where a delegation of supporters will meet with the football authorities. For more details visit the FSF website.

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