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Pitch incursions – an end of season recap

Pitch incursions have been all over our screens in the past week, with a number of incidents in the Premier League, EFL play-off semi-finals, and non-league drawing widespread condemnation.

Gov’t to support expansion of licensed standing areas next season

The sports minister today announced that the Government is “minded to support the wider roll-out of licensed standing areas” for the start of next season.

FSA Cymru meet football authorities – May 2022

Earlier this month, supporter representatives from FSA Cymru met with the Football Association of Wales (FAW) and senior figures from the Welsh police to discuss issues impacting Wales fans.

FSA Cymru guide to Poland

Wales are heading out to Poland at the start of June for their UEFA Nations League campaign and FSA Cymru have another handy guide for those of you making the trip.

Almost the greatest #ICYMI ever. Almost.

FC Alania Vladikavkaz provide this week’s #ICYMI with an ingenious / ludicrous (delete as appropriate) free kick routine that almost, almost pays off. Not sure they can get away with this one again.

FAO Ch’ship clubs: Take up Reading’s offer and save your fans money

Reading have announced that they are dropping the £20 away ticket price cap for fans visiting the Madejski Stadium – unless other clubs in the EFL offer reciprocal deals.

My Club, My Shirt: Bath City pay tribute to fans with exhibit

Bath City are the latest club to promote the diversity of their supporters with a “My Club, My Shirt” project – celebrating their fans with a portrait exhibition at their final home game earlier this month.

Flare play: Pyro and the law

Last weekend’s FA Cup final between Chelsea and Liverpool might have been short on goals, even if it was a great game, but viewers will have noticed an abundance of smoke bombs.

Jake Daniels: “I am confident and happy to be myself”

Blackpool’s teenage striker Jake Daniels yesterday became the first professional footballer in more than 30 years to come out while playing. 

#ICYMI: Volleys

You may remember a few weeks back Dimitri Payet smashing in a thunderous volley for Marseilles in what was a real contender for the next Puskás Award. And this week CRB foward Anselmo Ramon shows he knows a thing or two about whacking in a volley from miles out, too. Terrific stuff.

Fan groups call for action over women’s game clashes

Fan groups across the women’s game have written to their clubs and football authorities to highlight the growing problem of fixture clashes with men’s football.

Champions League expansion from 2024 gets go-ahead

UEFA today confirmed that their much-criticised Champions League expansion will be going ahead in 2024, but some concessions have been made following supporter lobbying.

Queen’s Speech commits to new independent regulator of English football

The Government took another step towards fixing football governance by committing to create a new independent regulator for English football in today’s Queen’s Speech.

Fans groups across tell UEFA: “Stop it with the Superbowl knock-offs”

Football Supporters Europe (FSE) has once again outlined its opposition to UEFA future plans for European competition, with a statement co-signed by groups representing millions of matchgoing fans across the continent.

#ICYMI: Barbo-so-bad

Tondela are dangerously close to dropping out of Portugal’s top tier and can do without their attackers failing to do the basics: like passing the ball into an empty net. Rafael Barbosa may live to regret this.

Wolves celebrate fans’ diversity with ‘My Club, My Shirt’ exhibit

Wolves are the latest club to celebrate the diversity of their supporters with a My Club, My Shirt style portrait exhibition.

FSA shortlisted for national campaign award

The Football Supporters’ Association is proud to be shortlisted in the Sheila McKechnie Foundation (SMK) National Campaigner Awards 2022 for the #NoToEuropeanSuperLeague campaign.

“This must stop”: Frustration grows at women’s game fixture clashes

Fixture clashes between men’s and women’s games are becoming a growing problem, with broadcast picks making the issue even worse. Jude Morris-King, FSA National Council member and Manchester City Women FC Official Supporters Club rep, explains why fans of the women’s team are so frustrated…

Premier League games moved with just 12 days notice

Despite announcing its latest round of TV selections weeks ago, the Premier League has altered the kick-off times of two games during its penultimate game week – leaving travelling fans out of pocket and forcing Manchester City fans to choose between a title battle or a cup final.

FSA launches fans’ Women’s Game Strategy

2022 marks a huge year for the women’s game with July’s Euros just around the corner and a barnstorming end to the Women’s Super League in store – but our focus isn’t just on the pitch.

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