Twenty's Plenty for Away Tickets aims to reduce costs for travelling supporters, in order to make football more affordable and acknowledge the huge, positive impact away fans have on the game. Many think home tickets are often too expensive as well, but the current focus is on away tickets as there is currently more chance of league-wide action on this.
Since it was launched as Twenty's Plenty back in 2013 many clubs have listened and started to reduce prices on a reciprocal basis and Newcastle United has been at the forefront of trying to get reciprocal deals in place for our supporters and they have just announced a deal with Stoke City to peg away tickets at £20 this season. Similar deals for West Ham (£25) and Watford (£25) have already been announced this season, with a £10 reduction on adult ticket prices for supporters travelling to Bournemouth in November (making them £23).
There's still a long way to go, but that's what these protests are all about, keeping the pressure on clubs and the issue in the media spotlight. This FSF campaign has saved fans hundreds of thousands - lets help turn that into millions of pounds saved. Please back “Twenty’s Plenty”