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Were you at the Hawthorns? We’d like to hear from you…

Sunday’s scenes at West Bromwich Albion v Wolves led to the announcement of an FA investigation within hours of the incident happening – and the FSA is keen to hear from supporters who were actually at the match so that your experiences are heard too.

FSA statement following incident at WBA-Wolves

Football Supporters’ Association statement following yesterday’s incident at WBA-Wolves:

FSA statement: New Premier League TV deal

Earlier this week, the Premier League announced that it has agreed a new deal with Sky and TNT Sports in which the competition will receive £6.7bn over four years for its UK television rights and with it a significant increase in the number of games that will be selected for live broadcast.

FSA statement on Everton points deduction

Football Supporters’ Association response to today’s (17th November 2023) Premier League statement that Everton will receive an immediate 10-point deduction for a breach of the profitability and sustainability rules:

Free Lions statement: England fans in Naples

Yesterday England played Italy in Naples and many supporters have relayed serious concerns about their treatment – particularly regarding transport and logitistics. Our Free Lions Fans’ Embassy team, who were on the ground assisting travelling England supporters, have issued the following statement today:

FSA statement: Premier League’s Fan Engagement Standard

Football Supporters’ Association statement following the Premier League’s announcement launching its Fan Engagement Standard.

Statement: UEFA meets supporter reps post-Paris report

Last week a six-month long investigation into the incidents at last May’s Champions League final published its findings pointing to serious safety failures, saying UEFA bears “primary responsibility” for the chaos before the game at the Stade De France.

Statement: Liverpool supporters union respond to Paris report

Earlier we reported on the UEFA panel report into the chaos around the 2022 Champions League final in Paris. Below is a statement from our affiliate members at Liverpool, Spirit of Shankly, on the findings of that report… Spirit of Shankly today welcome the

FSA statement on the European Super League’s twitching corpse

Football Supporters’ Association statement on the latest European Super League proposals.

FSA statement: Football governance

FSA statement on today’s reports about the impending football governance White Paper.

FSA statement: Player protests at Qatar 2022

After FIFA clamped down on the “One Love” armbands at the 2022 World Cup, various national teams have been exploring ways to support the LGBT+ community during the tournament – most notably Germany before their game against Japan yesterday.

FSA statement: World Cup tickets disappearing on FIFA’s app

The problem with disappearing tickets has been widely reported and has been experienced by our England Fans’ Embassy team first hand.

FSA statement: One Love armband

Earlier today the FA announced that the England team captain would not be wearing the “One Love” armband in the World Cup following threats of disciplinary action from FIFA. The FSA has issued the followings statement in response:

FSA Statement: Qatar’s stadium beer ban

Some fans like a beer at the match, and some don’t, but the real issue is the last minute u-turn which speaks to a wider problem - the total lack of communication and clarity.

FSA statement: Qatar & LGBT+ supporters

The World Cup is set to kick-off in less than a fortnight yet many LGBT+ fans still feel unable to even consider attending a tournament in a country where homosexuality is criminalised.

FSA statement: Bury merger

Tonight the results of the vote at a special general meeting on the merger at Bury have been published and the FSA, as an advisor organisation to all parties, has issued the following statement:

FSA statement: England Women’s Euro 2022 win

Following England Women’s victory in the Euro 2022 final on Sunday the FSA has issued the following statement:

FSA statement: New COVID-19 rules

On Wednesday 8th December the Government announced its intention to move to “Plan B” in response to the Omicron variant. This means fans will need a “vaccine passport” or negative test in order to access large sporting events. 

FSA statement: Newcastle United takeover

The Premier League's decision to approve the PIF takeover has reopened the debate about who owns our football clubs.

Statement: FSA supports players taking the knee

Today the FSA has joined the major football organisations to issue a statement supporting the players taking the knee this season. Full statement below…

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