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  1. £14 a game to watch ten different towns play, stood in a tent with no bar is good value. So what would be a reasonable price for Championship, pushing for premier league football, in a £50,000,000 stadium? At least 50% more? £210 - same as having a membership, which is £21 a game.
  2. EFL Official Website Governance https://www.efl.com/-more/governance/efl-rules--regulations/section-5--fixtures/ "34.2 Facilities for visiting supporters 34.2.1 Each Club must make provision for at least 2,000 visiting supporters at every home match or such number as represents 10% of the Club’s certified capacity, if less than 2,000. The League may, on the prior written application of a Club, suspend this Regulation or reduce the figure either for a particular League Match or for a period of time."
  3. 10,000 empty seats at Man City, would have been 18,000 without our support. likely to be 15,000 empty seats at Cardiff.
  4. 1. Man U - 26K 2. Reading - 23k 3. Wolves - 25k 4. Norwich - ? 5. Man City - 25k+ It is now guaranteed the criteria for implementing residents matchday parking will be met.
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