Arsenal Fan's Organisation BSM plastered their discontent towards the running of football on a billboard next to the Emirates Stadium at their last home game against Swansea City.
Within hours other football fans gathered support. Everton fans paraded outside Goodison Park, followed by a Blackburn Rovers demonstration.
Hundreds of thousands of supporters around the country are now discussing an all out football fan strike.
The Emirates are set to lose in the region of £3 million per game if the strike goes ahead. Arsenal's Cheif Executive said "If this strike goes ahead we will be left holding tens of thousands of burgers and hot dogs".
The FA have failed to comment on the likelihood of a fan's strike but have reportedly urged the government to scrap 'sell by dates' on food in case the action goes ahead.