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#TerraceTalk: All Sides of the Game – watch now

Last month we held the second in a series of events for the fan-led mental health campaign #TerraceTalk.

#ICYMI: Haitian horror

In a big week for international football where everyone should be celebrating the best football has to offer, Haiti keeper Josué Duverger stole all the headlines with this abominable bit of control that sent his side towards a 3-0 drubbing against Canada. Dreadful.

The FSA gives evidence to the fan-led review

Representatives from the Football Supporters’ Association (FSA) met Tracey Crouch and the panel conducting the Fan-Led Review of Football Governance on Wednesday (16th June 2021).

Fan-led Review: “Diversity must be central to reform”

Yesterday the Government’s Fan-led Review of football governance was told by representatives from the Fans for Diversity campaign about the need to embed ‘equality, diversity and inclusion’ (EDI) into future reforms of the game.

Fan-led review: Fans in League One & Two have their say

Yesterday supporters from fan groups in the FSA’s League One & Two Network gave evidence to the government’s fan-led review. The chair, Tracey Crouch MP, and the rest of the panel heard from a number of supporters’ trusts and fan groups about the big issues in the third and fourth tiers.

Liverpool announce trial of 7,800 rail seats

Liverpool are the latest club to announce a trial of rail seating, with 7,800 rail seats due to be installed at Anfield ahead of the new season.

Self-regulation has failed: MPs debate football governance petitions

Last night MPs debated two petitions to Parliament calling for the introduction of an independent football regulator and the “50+1” rule into the UK game.

Premier League fan groups give evidence to the fan-led review

Yesterday supporters from fan groups in the FSA’s Premier League network gave evidence to the government’s fan-led review. The chair, Tracey Crouch MP, and the rest of the panel heard from a number of supporters trusts and fan groups about the big issues in the top flight.

Twenty years and counting for Swindon Town’s Trust

One of the country’s longest running supporters’ trusts is celebrating their 20th anniversary this year, and so we asked TrustSTFC to fill us in on the ups and downs of the past twenty years…

#ICYMI: Fresh starts

Internacional defender Zé Gabriel probably wishes he’d gotten off to a better start in the new Serie A season in Brasil – this truly catastrophic intervention completing a miserable afternoon for his side, who were smashed 5-1 by Fortaleza.

Euros: Information and support for fans

If you’re following your national team in the Euros this summer, it may be worth your while to read the below from our friends at Football Supporters’ Europe, who will be supporting fans on their travels…

FSA & Kick It Out call on fans to back players’ taking the knee

Alongside Kick It Out, English football’s equality and inclusion organisation, the FSA is calling on England fans to stop the boos, support the team and applaud players taking the knee.

Fan-led review: EFL fan reps provide evidence

The Government’s fan-led review of football is underway and, yesterday, its chair Tracey Crouch MP and panelists met with supporter representatives from the FSA’s Championship Network.

Free Lions: Support the team, support the players

For almost 25 years now, the Free Lions team have been following England home and away providing England fans with on-the-ground support and information through our Fans’ Embassy service. They’re no strangers to the controversies surrounding the Three Lions’ support and today have issued the following comment on the pre-match booing of the England players before their fixture against Romania…

#ICYMI: Grêm de la Grêm

Grêmio are on course to reach the final stages of this year’s Copa do Brasil if they can hang on to a 2-0 aggregate lead over Brasiliense. Their lead could have been more comfortable, though, had Ricardinho not somehow managed to miss an open goal from three yards out.

FSA Cymru update: June 2021

Welcome to FSA Cymru’s June update which looks ahead to the European Championships for Wales fans, fans embassies and more…

FSA Cymru Cylchlythyr mis Mehefin 2021

Croeso i gylchlythyr FSA Cymru mis Mehefin. Ar ôl bron i ddeunaw mis, rydyn ni’n dal i fyw dan gyfyngiadau pandemig COVID-19, ond diolch i’r drefn mae’r brechlynnau bellach yn gweithio’n dda. Mae miliynau wedi cael un dos, a nifer wedi cael y ddau. Dyma ein llwybr yn ôl i normalrwydd, ac er ei fod yn rhy hwyr i EURO 2020 a Baku a Rhufain, fe all rhai ohonon ni fynd i gêm Albania, o leiaf, er y bydd y niferoedd yn gyfyngedig ac y bydd yn rhaid dilyn protocolau llym, gan gynnwys profion PCR.

FSA statement: England vs Austria

Before England’s international friendly fixture against Austria last night, a section of the crowd booed the England players taking the knee. Below is the FSA’s response:

Survey: Fans say they will attend fewer games because of VAR

The results of our fan consultation on VAR are in, and they make for interesting reading: more than four out of ten fans say they will attend fewer games in future due to the effect VAR is having on the game.

New Policing Bill: FSA submits evidence to Parliament

The Joint Committee on Human Rights is scrutinising the controversial Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, which was introduced into Parliament in March earlier this year.

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