Football fans will march to the Premier Leagues offices in London today, to demand cheaper tickets to matches.
The 'Affordable Football for All' demonstration, organised by the Football Supporters' Federation, will march from Marble Arch to the Premier League and Football League headquarters, where a delegation of fans will meet with the football authorities.
Over 1,000 fans are expected to join the protest.
13 Premier League clubs have raised season ticket prices this year.
Arsenal is the most expensive club in the country to watch through 2014-15; their cheapest season ticket is £1,014, 3% higher than last year, and their most expensive is £2,013.
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