• £30 maximum price first introduced in 2016/17
• ‘All clubs know the crucial importance of away fans’
Premier League clubs have agreed to maintain the £30 maximum price cap on away tickets for the next three seasons. The league confirmed the away ticket cap will continue, following the monthly meeting of the 20 clubs in London on Thursday.
The £30 maximum was introduced for the 2016-17 season, following years of protests and criticism at steepling inflation by some clubs of more than 1,000% since the Premier League was formed in 1992. In January 2013 hundreds of Manchester City supporters who normally travelled to away matches refused to pay £62 for a ticket at Arsenal, and City sent back a third of their allocation.
Source: Football News
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