Fans prove on any given weekend, that they are loud and creative. It is time to use these positive things together in the fight for our own concerns as fans. No matter what comes out of the derby boycott, we will keep taking action against overpriced tickets in the future. Why not turn the city into your own peaceful fan mile at an away game, without entering the stadium and pay lots of money? This effort must continue. We have to keep addressing the issue until something changes noticeaby. Else the forcing up of ticket prices will continue and future protests will be ignored by the clubs.
This is too big a task, for the fans of just one club to master. We explicitly hope and wish for fans of other clubs to join the initiative „kein Zwanni für nen Steher“. At this point it is time to set all rivalries aside. We all suffer the same problems and should take a united stand against overpriced tickets. That can be done by individual campaigns, but also in coordinated efforts.
It is equally important that fans take action for moderate pricing at their own clubs. At your own club you have the best chance to influence the people in charge and to put pressure on them. Because the prices for the away tickets follow the price of day tickets for home spectators, all fans will benefit from this.