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Panel event: Fan activism and the women’s game

The next meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Football Supporters will be held on Tuesday 27th April at 1pm, on the topic of fan activism and the women’s game.

FSA Statement: PM meeting with fan representatives on Super League

Earlier today, the chief executive of the FSA Kevin Miles, along with other fan representatives, met with the prime minister Boris Johnson and secretary of state for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Oliver Dowden. Joined by senior figures from the FA and the Premier League, the meeting was called to discuss the response to the threat of a European Super League – below is our statement on the meeting.

FSA statement: Government fan-led review

The Government today announced the launch of its promised fan-led review. The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport secretary of state Oliver Dowden told the Commons that the recent European Super League proposals left the Government with no other option than to act.

Fans of “Big Six” united in condemnation of breakaway Superleague

Supporters from across English football – including fans of the “Big Six” – are united in their condemnation of plans for a breakaway European Superleague.

FSA Statement: European Superleague

Following reports in the media today that 15 of Europe’s biggest clubs – including Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea from the Premier League – have agreed to form a breakaway European Superleague, the FSA issued the following statement:

#ICYMI: It’s a cracker

The NIFL Premiership provides this week’s buffoonery where Glentoran snatched a late draw at home to Coleraine thanks to this quite unbelievable own goal from Josh Carson. Poor lad.

#TerraceTalk: fan-led mental health activity continues

Since its launch in February, supporters have continued working and promoting the #TerraceTalk message – a fan-led initiative focusing on mental health.

“A blatant power grab” – Fans criticise own clubs on UCL plans

Europe’s biggest clubs have been roundly criticised by their own supporters today over plans to expand the Champions League.

Congleton Town flying the flag for community-owned clubs

Congleton Town will be flying the flag as the last remaining community-owned club in the Fourth Round of the FA Vase on this Saturday.

League Cup final planning lacks “logic or common sense” – fan groups

Plans for this month’s League Cup final have been criticised by supporters of the competing finalists over a lack of “logic or common sense”.

#ICYMI: Royal flush

Reading’s Lucas João is the unlucky winner of this week’s wooden spoon thanks to his eye-catching labours away at Oakwell, where the Royals drew 1-1 with Barnsley. All things considered, João probably should have done a bit better.

New policing bill: Criminalising traditional fan behaviour?

There’s been a lot of talk recently about the controversial Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill currently making its way through Parliament – here FSA caseworker Amanda Jacks discusses its potential impact on match-going fans…

Newcastle United launch drive to purchase club shares

Newcastle United fans, led by their supporters’ trust, have launched a bid to buy part of the north east club.

#ICYMI: Feeling Löw

Chelsea’s Timo Werner didn’t know where to look after he spurned this excellent chance in Germany’s recent World Cup qualifier against North Macedonia.

Fans raise funds for Barrow captain forced to retire at 22

When Barrow captain Lewis Hardcastle was forced to retire at the age of 22 because of a heart condition, the club’s trust and his teammates snapped into action to rally around Lewis and his family.

Clubs call for vote of no confidence in National League Board

Two non-league clubs have taken the remarkable step of calling for a National League extraordinary general meeting (EGM) and a vote of no confidence in the chairman and the board.

Have your say on VAR

The Premier League has launched a VAR consultation with players and managers, but we believe one vital component is missing from that selection – match-going supporters.

#ICYMI: Joca Bonito

This week’s outlandish piece of skill comes from Leixões attacking midfielder Joca, who takes the rabona to new levels with this superb finish against Benfica B in the Portuguese second tier.

Fans raise more than £200,000 for support groups from March cup finals

Supporters from the men’s and women’s game who have been locked out of their team’s cup finals have taken to virtual ticket sales to raise money for good causes.

Manchester City to install more than 5,000 rail seats

Manchester City have announced that they will be the latest Premier League club to install rail seating at their ground, anticipating a change in Government legislation.

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