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Fulham ticket prices for Man Utd clash branded ‘embarrassing’ as fans slam club



FULHAM have been slammed by fans after releasing their ticket prices for the visit of Manchester United.

The Cottagers have bumped up their ticket costs for the November 4 clash in every stand.

And it means the highest-priced adult ticket is now a whopping £160 for those wishing to sit in the Riverside Stand.

Supporters have branded Fulham “out of touch” as the cheapest ticket comes in at £67, making the club one of the most expensive to watch in the Premier League.

One fan reacted to the news saying: “Genuinely a disgrace.”


Another added: “We’re a football club that off the pitch are so out of touch with reality. By charging these prices, you are more than likely replacing genuine supporters who now can’t afford to go with day trippers who have bundles of money.

“The club can’t afford to alienate supporters.”

A third wrote: “I have no issue with the price of the riverside tickets being a premium providing the Hammersmith and Putney are respectable to accommodate all fans.

“This really is not respectable.”

And another commented: “If I sit in the Riverside stand do I get Marco [Silva] giving me a half-time foot rub? Because that’s the only way that price is reasonable.”


Fulham Supporters’ Club reacted by stating they are “extremely disappointed” with the pricing, which are the highest ever.


A statement read: “The Trust is extremely disappointed with the ticket prices released for the Manchester United game on 4 November.

“The prices for the Riverside Stand are the highest we have ever seen for individual match day sales and are likely to be financially out of reach for many of those who hold Club membership.

“Adult prices around the rest of the ground have increased approximately 18 per cent since last year, which is similar to the increase in season ticket prices for this season.

“We continue to have concerns that Club members, including concessions, are being priced out of attending games.

“There seems to be a marked increase in match-day ticket prices across London clubs in particular and we will continue to monitor how Fulham compare against our peers.

“Match day ticket pricing will be an agenda item for our October meeting with the Club.

“We are also aware that the Manchester United fixture is notorious for non-Fulham supporting fans finding their way in to home supporter areas.


“We hope the Club, in increasing prices as they are, will be making every effort to ensure that this does not happen and that any non-Fulham supporting fans subsequently identified in home areas are removed and prevented from buying tickets in the future.

“This would ensure that, in paying higher prices, Fulham fans at least enjoy a good match-day experience.”

Source: The Sun

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