Fans’ groups of every Premier League club signed up

icon ticketprices22 September ~ On October 3 and 4 supporters around the country will take part in a weekend of action to show their displeasure at ticket prices. Co-ordinated by the Football Supporters’ Federation, fans’ groups from every Premier League club will be taking part, along with many from the Football League and beyond. They plan to highlight the rising cost of match tickets and the damage that is doing to the game in England as a whole, with particular focus on lower prices for away fans through the Twenty’s Plenty campaign. They also want to end categorisation for away fans, which unfairly penalises fans or certain clubs. You can find out more information on the protests and how to get involved here.

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