The FSA’s structure features a democratically-elected National Council which embeds within it fan representatives from clubs at Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two, and National Game (non-league) level.
Six individual fans are also elected and, in addition to this, supporter-owned clubs have their own specially-assigned representatives as does Fans for Diversity.
FSA National Council representatives (and the club they support):
- Chair – Malcolm Clarke (Stoke City and York City)
- Vice chair – Tom Greatrex (Fulham)
- Premier League – Katrina Law (Tottenham Hotspur), Dave Pennington (Manchester United) and Dave Kelly (Everton).
- Championship – Geoff Bielby (Hull City), Rick Duniec (Leeds United), and Teddy Bellamy (Millwall).
- EFL 1 & EFL 2 – Antony Wilkinson (Blackpool), Manny Dominguez (Bradford City) and Roger Ellis (Coventry City).
- National Game – Rob Street (Billericay Town), Richard Tomkins (Hereford United), Simon Cope (Scarborough Athletic).
- Supporter-owned clubs – Neil Le Milliere (Exeter City), Tim Hillyer (AFC Wimbledon), Nick Duckett (FC United of Manchester).
- Fans for Diversity – Chris Paouros (Tottenham Hotspur), Malcolm Hirst (Port Vale) and Shin Aujla (West Browmwich Albion).
- Associate organisations – Ally Simcock (Port Vale), David Michael (Aston Villa), and Dave Tomlinson (Crewe Alexandra).
- Individual representatives – Christine Seddon (Blackpool) , Fiona McGee (Leeds United), Kristine Green (Grimsby Town), Martin O’Hara (Doncaster Rovers), Peter Daykin (Sunderland), and Steve Powell (Arsenal).
- FSA Cymru co-opted representative – Paul Corkrey (Cardiff City – Paul also leads the Wales Fans’ Embassy).
All networks are entitled to three elected representatives, with the responsibility with those networks to fill the positions.
The FSA Board: Ally Simcock, Chris Paouros, Dave Pennington, Fiona McGee, Kristine Green, Malcolm Clarke, Martin O’Hara, Peter Daykin, Roger Ellis, Tim Hillyer, and Tom Greatrex.
Mission statement: The FSA is an inclusive, independent, democratic organisation working with supporters, governing bodies, leagues and clubs to drive positive change in football through supporter engagement at every level of the game. We nurture and develop supporter networks at local, national and international levels, working with supporters’ trusts, clubs and individuals to initiate and support campaigns on issues of concern to football supporters, encouraging good governance, supporter representation on club boards, community-ownership and sustainable stewardship of football clubs. A commitment to diversity underpins all of our activity and we oppose all forms of discrimination or violence in relation to football.
- Contact the FSA via email@example.com or 0330 44 000 44.