Campaign reduced prices for almost 40,000 supporters

icon ticketprices26 August ~ Last season the Football Supporters’ Federation’s “Twenty’s Plenty for Away Tickets” campaign saved around 40,000 fans £437,000. The money was saved thanks to reciprocal deals set up between clubs, making away games more affordable for travelling supporters. The FSF are now encouraging fans of other clubs, including those below the Premier League, to get involved in the campaigns to reduce ticket prices – in June Coventry City announced they would charge away fans no more than £20 at the Ricoh Arena. More details about how to get involved in Twenty’s Plenty can be found here.

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