CAST joins the Twenty’s Plenty campaign

As part of a national campaign co-ordinated by the Football Supporters Association we have today written to Charlton Athletic to ask the club to consider signing up to a price cap on away tickets.

Tony Keohane

Chief Operating Officer

Charlton Athletic FC


Dear Tony

We are writing to you on behalf of ourselves and all other supporters who will be travelling to an away game in the EFL Championship this season.

Along with countless other supporter organisations across the country we have campaigned since 2013 for the introduction of a “Twenty’s Plenty” cap on away tickets – a national campaign co-ordinated by the Football Supporters’ Federation.

Away ticket prices in the Championship have come under serious scrutiny following the introduction of a league-wide cap of £30 in the Premier League, which was introduced in the 2016-17 season. This has just been recently extended to at least the 2021-22 season. With many away tickets priced way in excess of £30, some even over £40, the Championship is one of the most expensive leagues in the world to follow your team.

We are writing to you now to ask the club on behalf of all supporters, to sign up to a price cap on away tickets.

The pricing cap has proved to be immensely popular among away fans in recent season and we believe it will make a significant contribution to the uplift in the number of away fans going to games.

Away fans are vital to creating a good atmosphere at games. The level of time, money and travel our away fans give to the club makes a real difference and we want the club to do whatever it can to make away games as accessible as possible.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards