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Bristol City fans’ victory over police misuse of power

A group of 10 Bristol City fans have gained an out of court settlement from West Midlands Police on the eve of a court hearing into the force’s alleged misuse of dispersal powers at a fixture four years ago. 

UEFA cap on away fan prices ‘progress’ says FSE

UEFA today announced a price cap for away ticket prices for its competitions - €70 in the Champions League, and €45 in the Europa League - which will take immediate effect. 

The good, the bad and the ugly: Away Fans Survey returns

The Away Fans Survey, the largest ongoing study of the away fan experience in England and Wales, is back again and we're after your help once more.

Three clubs commended for away fan work by EFL

Preston North End, Doncaster Rovers and Exeter City have been recognised by the EFL for the welcome they provided to away fans this season.

Away fans Survey 2018-19: tell us about your travels

As the 2018-19 season enters its closing stages, we’re looking for more supporters to take part in our Away Fans Survey.

Doncaster Rovers create first family section for away fans

Doncaster Rovers have introduced a family section in their away end as part of their efforts to make away days to the Keepmoat more accessible.

Have your say: Away Fans Survey 2018-19

Our Away Fans Survey is back again this season, entering its sixth year of recording the away fan experience across England and Wales.

European away fans’ views sought

Football Supporters Europe (FSE), the umbrella organisation for supporter groups across the continent, want to hear from fans of English clubs travelling abroad in European club competitions.

Away Fans Survey returns for 2017/18

The FSF continues to campaign on behalf of away supporters and we’ll be capturing the away fan experience across the country once more this season.

Twenty’s Plenty: Virgin Media and FSF reimburse away fans’ tickets

Away fans from all Premier League clubs will see their tickets capped to £20 for the first time, in a pioneering move by Virgin Media and the Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF). 

Away fans must be pitchside says Premier League

A new Premier League rule is coming into force next season to ensure that away fans will be provided with pitchside accommodation.

Appeal for information on London Stadium experience

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.

Virgin Media joins forces with FSF to cut costs for away fans

Virgin Media today announced a new partnership with the Football Supporters’ Federation that will see the company support the move towards making Premier League tickets more affordable for away fans across the country.   

Football fans to benefit from new ticketing page

Virgin Trains have introduced a new football fans booking page, which will stop supporters being left out of pocket when a fixture is moved – whether it be TV-meddling or cup fixture clashes. 

Wigan Athletic top table – for the best away day

Wigan Athletic had a season to forget on-the-pitch, but when it came to welcoming away supporters the Latics were rated the best “away fan experience”, according to a survey of travelling fans.

Hull City supporters demand answers on away fans money

With only three away fixtures to go fans of Hull City have yet to receive any news from the club on how the remainder of their Away Supporters Initiative (ASI) budget is to be spent.

Fans’ voice heard as Premier League promise £1bn

Today the Football Supporters’ Federation led the “Share TV Wealth” demonstration at the Premier League’s shareholder meeting, demanding cheaper tickets, more money for grassroots football and a more equitable distribution of money throughout the pyramid.

Brentford CEO: Over-priced tickets will lead to half-empty stadiums

Brentford fans recently paid £35 for tickets to the side’s game against Norwich City at Carrow Road  – pricing which Brentford CEO Mark Devlin says will lead to “half-empty stadiums”. Many Brentford fans had expressed their discontent at the h

Spurs apologise to fans over crowd congestion

Problems of crowd congestion which involved some fans being crushed and hundreds missing the start of the game arose outside the away end at White Hart Lane before the League Cup quarter-final between Spurs and Newcastle United on 17th December 2014.

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