Fed up of paying ridiculous prices at away games? Do something about it by going to a special meeting tonight.
The Football Supporters’ Federation is set to launch its Score Campaign: Twenty’s Plenty for Away Tickets at The Alibi at the corner of Oxford Street and Portland Street in Manchester city centre at 19:00.
The idea is to encourage clubs to charge visiting fans no more than £20 for adults and £15 for those who qualify for concessionary tickets, such as under 21s, over 60s and students.
A separate meeting will be held in London next week.
An FSF spokesman said: “These meetings will explain the fundamental ideas and principles behind the Score Campaign.
“They will also explore how we can bring together the different campaigns and petitions that are already in place.
“There are thousands of fans out there prepared to devote time and energy to this subject – these meetings will try and harness that energy.
“There has been a tremendous groundswell of opinion from fans with campaigns and petitions popping up all across the country.
“This feels like a real turning point when fans across the country are putting aside tribal differences to speak with one voice and say enough is enough.”