For lower league sides I think this might be true but it is a HUGE gamble that a lot of clubs are not prepared to take. A lot of lower league sides do "kid for a quid" deals where a child can get into a game for only Â£1 and I can only speak for Millwall but it doesn't work a lot of the time.kateric99 said:I don't really know how clubs' finances work, but I'm pretty sure they could sell much more tickets if they sold them for less.
If this would actually be beneficial for the clubs, I can't know for sure.
I consider this too.alexqueiros said:I've been to 3 FC Porto games and I never paid a dime, they were either offered or were prizes. The ticket prices are way too high even for the cheapest seats. I think that lowering ticket prices would be a great strategy, not only to improve enviroment but also to get more people in the stands, because in most leagues they are quite empty.