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A week to go until the Supporters Summit

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

There’s only a week to go until the FSF and Supporters Direct ‘Supporters Summit’ at Wembley stadium. Quite apart from hosting the AGM of both organisations (on the evening of Friday 25th July), the Supporters Summit on Saturday 26th July is a great opportunity for fans to shape the campaigns and future of both organisations throughout the coming year. 

Workshops and discussion that will be taking place on the day include:

  • The FSF’s Away Fans Matter campaign
  • Supporter Liaison Officers
  • Fans for Diversity
  • Safety Advisory Groups
  • Financial Fair Play
  • Protecting Club Identity
  • Club Licensing, and
  • Supporters Trusts

There will also be wider panel discussions on campaign issues including the recent FA England Commission report, as well as a Q&A session organised by renowned football quarterly magazine The Blizzard. Supporters will also have the chance to go on a behind the scenes tour of Wembley Stadium itself. 

Registrations close on Monday 21st July, so if you want to come along you’ll have to be quick. Go to the Supporters Summit website for further details, and to register: www.supporterssummit.co.uk

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