The Football Supporters' Federation launch new initiative

icon ticketprices1 February ~ The Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) have launched a new tool which makes it easy for fans to directly contact their clubs and urge them to back the Twenty’s Plenty campaign. With Premier League clubs set to meet this week, the FSF are calling on supporters of those teams to lobby for a cap on away ticket prices. The tool generates a letter asking clubs to charge away fans a maximum £20, end match categorisation, increase the discounts to young adults and increase funding to the Away Supporters Initiative which subsidises ticket prices for away fans. All you need to do is click here and fill in your name, club and email address. You can customise the letter if you wish.

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