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October 1, 2015 by Made In Brum

As members of the FSF, Blues Collective are very much in favour of the ‘Twenty’s Plenty’ campaign.

The start of the FSF national campaign coincides with our fixture against Leeds Utd.

The deal initially is to encourage clubs to set up a reciprocal deal with their opposition that both clubs will only charge £20 for tickets for away fans. It is up to fans groups to encourage their clubs to be open to discussion, after all, why should Birmingham charge Leeds’ fans £20.00 if not reciprocated.

Tickets to Leeds have cost Blues fans up to £37.00 for an adult ticket.

We are very pleased to announce that the BCFC campaign flag will be traveling to Elland Road on an official BCFC supporter coach. It will be sent to St Andrews with the relevant fire safety certificates so that the flag can be inspected and passed for stadium use.


Blues Collective and David Boston spoke to Leeds United Football Club and asked if the flag ( 4m x 1m with relevant fire certificate) can be displayed by the BCFC away fans in the ground.

Unfortunately Leeds United refused this very peaceful protest and will also refuse entry to their Leeds united Twenty’s Plenty flag.

Please get as many photos as possible in the coach park with Blues fans and then the flag will be on the steps by the Billy Bremner statue at approx 2.15 – 2.30 as will the Leeds Twenty’s Plenty flag.We ask as many fans as possible to be there and to take as many photos as possible and send them to this page so we can send them to the FSF.

The more fans that take part the greater the chance we have of convincing clubs to talk to each other and get clubs to commit to the twenty’s plenty scheme.



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