Ten percent of football tickets should be made available at an “affordable” price, according to the Liberal Democrats.
The party has passed a wide-ranging motion at its annual conference in Glasgow, titled “Reclaiming the People’ Game”, which includes a call to make going to Premier League games in Scotland and England less of a strain on families’ budgets.
However, there is no clarity over what “affordable” actually means or how such a move would be enforced.
Tickets for Dundee United’s next home match range from a high of £21 to a low of £10, while under 12s can get access for £3 with a full paying adult.
Dundee FC’s next home game will set you back £20 full price or £10 for a concession, while St Johnstone FC charges a maximum of £23, with prices lower depending on age and under 12s allowed in free with an adult.
Local lower league teams such as Brechin City and East Fife charge around £10-£12 with special family deals also on offer.