Premier League clubs have agreed plans to cap away tickets at £30 for the next three seasons.
The cost of watching football has been a hot topic of debate, with supporters at Liverpool organising a high-profile protest over proposed increases in season ticket prices.
Now the top flight’s 20 clubs have “unanimously agreed” that more should be done to help away fans.
The £30 away ticket cap will be introduced from next season.
In a statement, the Premier League said away fans were “essential for match atmosphere” and helped make the league unique.
It also recognised that away fans often had travel costs to pay on top of the price of a matchday ticket.
More to follow.
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