FSF had planned for supporters to protest against high costs

icon ticketprices16 March ~ The Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) have cancelled their planned “weekend of action” in response to the Premier League’s away ticket price cap. This Saturday and Sunday was supposed to see fans’ groups at all clubs push for a £20 maximum limit on away prices under the banner Twenty’s Plenty, ahead of a Premier League shareholder meeting next Wednesday, March 23. However, with the decision having already been made this weekend is no longer so significant, as the clubs will not be debating prices at the meeting.

Despite this, many fans’ groups will still be protesting independently and calling for lower prices across English football. Meanwhile, the FSF are consulting their different supporters’ clubs across the Premier League, Football League and National League to decide their next steps in the fight to combat high prices. You can find more details about the decision here.

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