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Free Lionesses statement on Women’s World Cup ticketing

Following the release of tickets for this summer’s Women’s World Cup and the problems reported by fans, Deborah Dilworth from the England women’s fanzine Free Lionesses said:

Statement: Hull City Supporters’ Committee minutes

In June 2018 the FSF was invited by Hull City to discuss the club’s membership scheme, which replaced the traditional season ticket model.

FSF statement: pitch incursions

On Sunday 10th March, Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish was assaulted by a supporter who had got onto the pitch during their match against Birmingham City at St Andrew’s.

A statement on OWNAFC and Hednesford Town

Hednesford Town, the 139-year-old Staffordshire club, were recently put up for sale by their owner and reports over the weekend indicate that the OWNAFC platform are moving towards a takeover.

FSF statement: Millwall incidents

Following incidents of disorder around this weekend’s fixture at the New Den between Millwall and Everton, the FSF has issued the following statement:

FSF and SD statement on new chief executive

The appointments panel of the Football Supporters’ Federation and Supporters Direct Interim Board have confirmed the appointment of Kevin Miles as the new organisation’s chief executive.

FSF statement on proposed “golden handshake”

FSF statement on Premier League clubs being asked for £250,000 towards £5m bonus payment for outgoing CEO Richard Scudamore.

FSF statement on EFL streaming of Saturday 3pm kick-offs

Following reports that the EFL will allow its clubs to break the 3pm blackout convention this weekend by broadcasting games to UK audiences via its iFollow service, the FSF has issued the following statement:

Statement: FSF & SD merger

Below is a joint statement from the Football Supporters’ Federation and Supporters Direct following the decisions taken by their respective members last weekend:

FSF statement on Croatia vs England

With Croatia serving a two game stadium ban issued to them by UEFA in 2015, England’s first UEFA Nations League match in October later this year is set to be played behind closed doors. Here’s our statement on the matter:

FSF statement on VAR trial

Video Assistant Referees (VAR) are being used in this season’s League Cup and FA Cup as part of IFAB’s world wide trialling of the technology – and on Saturday the scheme caused controversy at Anfield during Liverpool’s fourth round FA Cup tie loss to West Bromwich Albion.

FSF statement: Amex Stadium incident

FSF STATEMENT: AMEX STADIUM INCIDENT

FSF statement on new Premier League TV deal

Media reports this morning suggested that the Premier League is looking into the possiblity of introducing Saturday evening kick-offs in the next TV rights sale. 

FSF statement following FA Council meeting

FSF statement following FA Council meeting (Thursday 26th October 2017):

SD Statement – Bolton Wanderers

SD stand united in support of Bolton Wanderers Supporters Trust (BWST) in their attempts to gain a meaningful understanding of what is happening at their football club.

Statement from the SD Board

At a meeting this week, the Board of Supporters Direct held discussions about the investigation and evaluation of the desirability and viability of the creation of a single supporters organisation incorporating a merger with the Football Supporters Federation.

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