On this day ten years ago Chris Kamara gave us some of the least attentive football reportage we’ve ever seen – completely missing a red card at Fratton Park as Portsmouth took on Blackburn. Professional as ever.
In the face of pressures on local communities brought on by the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, with people unable to work or feed their families, and with vital community lifelines lost, football – both through its clubs and supporter groups – has stepped into the breach. You can read part one of our round-up here.
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.
We’ve been campaigning on your behalf across a huge range of issues in 2018-19. TV & the FA Cup. Community-owned clubs. Ticket prices. Clubs in crisis. Supporter engagement. Fans for Diversity. Stand Up For Choice. Casework. Non-league. International. No To European Super League.