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Appeal for information on London Stadium experience

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

A number of FSF members have been in touch recently telling us about their experience as away fans at West Ham United’s new ground, the London Stadium.

We’re currently in discussions with West Ham fan groups, the local authorities and the club about the situation at the new ground.

As we always say, Away Fans Matter and we want to ensure they’re not left out of these discussions so if you’ve been to London Stadium this season make sure you tell us about it by email: info@fsf.org.uk

Middlesbrough, Southampton, Accrington Stanley, Watford and AFC Bournemouth have all had competitive fixtures at the London Stadium – if you went to any of those games we’re keen to hear from you.

If your team is due to play at the London Stadium in the near future, and you have any questions for the club and authorities, we’d like to hear those too.

There’s no particular format necessary, just let us know what you think needs to be reported and taken to the authorities and club. All types of feedback are welcome!

Likewise, if you’re a West Ham fan that wishes to share your experience don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Confidentiality is assured – your personal details won’t be shared with anyone outside of the FSF.

Thanks to Action Images for the picture used in this story.

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