Reading have announced that just three Championship clubs have opted to reciprocate Twenty's Plenty ahead of the new season.

The Royals confirmed earlier in the close season that after six years they would alter their stance on the scheme. After charging all members of away supporters £20 for matches at the SCL Stadium, from this coming season they will only charge £20 to supporters of clubs who agree to offer the same price when Reading fans are on the road.

This was met generally with support from Reading fans, many of which have had to pay upwards of £30 for many away matches over the last six years.

The club sent a letter to all 23 Championship clubs ahead of the new season, and just Cardiff City, Huddersfield Town and Blackburn Rovers have come out in support of the plan.

The Bluebirds, Terriers and Rovers all visit RG2 in the opening few months  of the campaign, meaning Royal supporters will need to wait until the second half of the season to take advantage of the agreement.

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A comment on the club website read: "We are delighted that three teams have already responded to our offer and have agreed to a reciprocal arrangement - ensuring away fans visiting the Select Car Leasing Stadium will not be charged more than £20 per ticket bought in advance of matchday, whilst also securing a ticket pricing structure capped at £20 for Royals suupporters backing the boys on the road in the reverse fixture."

They went on to confirm that there is still time for further clubs to commit to the arrangement.