This summer, FSA caseworker Amanda Jacks has been working with the Anfield Wrap team to produce an important audio documentary about the darker side of supporter culture, its human side, and how fans are drawn into it.
The FSA is the democratic, representative body for supporters in England and Wales. We are the leading advocates for supporter ownership, better fan engagement, cheaper ticket prices, the choice to stand at the match, protecting fan rights, good governance, diversity, and all types of fan empowerment.
The Annual Review is packed with articles and information looking back at our work throughout 2019-20. It includes chapters on the progress of our governance work and the launch of the Sustain The Game! campaign. There are also sections looking at our ongoing casework, community-owned clubs and the Fans for Diversity campaign.
This summer, FSA caseworker @FairCop_ has been working with the @TheAnfieldWrap & @robbohuyton team to produce an important audio documentary about the darker side of supporter culture, its human side, and how fans are drawn into it.03:42 PM Aug 10th
New FA rules to protect club crests and home colours - the FA has said it will be introducing new rules to protect the heritage of football clubs in the men’s and women’s game: https://t.co/JplPKg6GOQ11:53 AM Aug 9th