Crystal Palace and Liverpool working to abolish paper tickets for away fans

25 October 2019

Selhurst
Photo: Getty Images The move aims to reduce the administrative burden for supporters and club staff alike.

Supporters to use their membership or season ticket card instead of paper tickets in upcoming trial.

Aims to reduce the administrative burden for supporters and club staff alike.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Crystal Palace and Liverpool are working together to abolish paper tickets for away fans with the aim of reducing the administrative burden for supporters and club staff.

The project, beginning on 23rd November when Liverpool travel to Selhurst Park, will be trialled for 200 supporters and then again when Palace travel to Anfield.

Instead of having to print paper tickets, the away supporters would simply use their membership or season ticket card.

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