FSA: Premier League extend away ticket price cap
The Premier League has announced that it will extend the £30 away ticket price cap, and include a price cap in its rules for the first time, following a shareholder meeting this week.
A £30 price cap on away tickets has been in place in the Premier League since the 2016-17 season as a result of supporter pressure, saving travelling fans millions of pounds ever since.
That price cap was an FSA idea, introduced following years of lobbying and campaigning by its members and supporter groups at clubs up and down the country.
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