Premier League Ticket Price Caps

Football used to be the opportunity for Father and son bonding every week. In 1989, A ticket for a match at Anfield was £4, With Inflation £7. The cheapest ticket in town is now £45. Football is becoming a rich man's game, working away from the traditional working class roots.
The Bundesliga is an example i'd like to use.Tickets for German Champions, Dortmund, cost around £12. The fans sing loudly throughout the match and are well behaved. I propose that the government should force the FA to cap ticket prices so man and boy can watch football together again.

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Created By

Ben Wilks

Created On

Tuesday 26 February 2013

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