Football Banning Orders (FBO) were introduced to prevent violence and disorder at domestic regulated football matches and games played overseas. Their original targets were those regularly involved in disorder.
As with all major tournaments, we’ve produced an excellent guidebook for England fans travelling to a France this summer – and as Wales have qualified for a major tournament for the first time in 58 years, FSF Cymru have got in on the act too.
The draw has been made and FSF Cymru have been preparing in earnest to assist as many Welsh fans as possible with the planning and ticket arrangements ahead of Wales first appearance at a major final since 1958.
Last week Paul Corkrey and Vince Alm from FSF Cymru met with the Football Association of Wales (FAW) to talk supporter issues. The meeting looked back at away trips to Bosnia and Cyprus, as well as looking forward to the Euro 2016 Championship in France.
Wales are due to play Bosnia-Herzegovnia next month, with tickets expected to be in high demand as they near qualification for Euro 2016. However, they have yet to receive their away allocation for the fixture. FSF Cymru’s Paul Corkrey tells us more…
FSF Cymru’s Paul Corkrey (left) has been out to Cyrpus ahead of Wales’ Euro 2016 qualifier at the GSP Stadium, Nicosia in September. Over the coming months he’ll update this rolling blog with the latest information and images. Corky explains more below…
Uefa have launched the initial public lottery stage of their Euro 2016 ticket sales process. Of particular interest to England and perhaps Wales fans too, the first stage of the ticket lottery runs from 10th June until 10th July.