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Download the 2015 FSF Annual Review

The FSF Annual Review, presented and accepted at the FSF annual conference in Manchester on Sunday 19th July, is now available to download.

How the FSF works: proposing your idea

Ever asked yourself “Why doesn’t the FSF campaign for X, Y and Z?”, disagreed with something we’ve said or wanted to shape the FSF’s campaigning?

Go to the Supporters Summit and make your voice heard

Damian Collins MP, the man responsible for the cross-party supported Football Governance Bill, has come out strongly in favour of the FSF and SD’s call for proper consultation with supporters about the future of our national game. Collins has urged fans to attend the Supporters Summit on Saturday 26th July.

Save the date | Supporters Summit 2014 | Wembley Stadium

The Football Supporters’ Federation and Supporters Direct will host the joint annual Supporters Summit in London, at Wembley Stadium, on 26th July 2014.

Supporters Summit 2013 – how was it for you?

On Saturday 22nd June the Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) teamed up with our friends at Supporters Direct (SD) to bring fans together at St. George’s Park, Burton, which is the FA’s football centre. Around 300 fans attended.

Supporters Summit 2013

The FSF has teamed up with Supporters Direct (SD) to bring football fans together on Saturday 22nd June at St. George’s Park, Burton, which is the FA’s lovely new home. Both organisations’ AGMs will also take place that weekend (the FSF’s on Saturday afternoon, SD’s on Friday evening).

FA boss Bernstein to address FSF/SD Supporters Summit

Chair of The FA David Bernstein is to address the FSF/SD Supporters Summit on Saturday 22nd June at The FA’s training base at Burton-upon-Trent. Tickets for the event are available from only £15 and include a free tour of St George’s Park.

The Supporters Summit 2013

The Football Supporters’ Federation have again joined forces with Supporters Direct in hosting a joint annual conference. The Supporters Summit will be held at The FA’s National Football Centre, St George’s Park, on Saturday 22nd June 2013. The event is aimed at bringing supporters and other stakeholders together to discuss key issues for fans and the various challenges facing the national game. Alongside Swansea City FC Chairman Huw Jenkins, the event will also hear from Andy Burnham MP, former Secretary of State for Sport, and Roisin Wood, Director of anti-racism campaigners Kick it Out. Malcolm Clarke, Chair of The FSF, said,  “As the supporter’s representative on the FA Council I am delighted that The FA is backing the Supporters Summit and we look forward to visiting their excellent facilities at St George’s Park in their 150th year.”

Fans’ Weekend 2012 (summary report)

The first Fans’ Weekend was held on 7th-8th July, jointly organised by the Football Supporters’ Federation and Supporters Direct. Around 250 fans came together for the organisations’ AGMs and workshops on the big issues of the day – financial fair play, anti-racism, supporter liaison officers and so on. The FSF Writers Awards and SD Shield and SD Cup also took place.

How the FSF works

A taster from the Football Supporters’ Federation’s email inbox: “I would be very interested to know what the FSF’s view is on the advertising of short-term ‘payday’ loan companies to supporters?” asks Northampton Town fan Bob Ward.

Shami Chakrabarti to speak at Fans’ Parliament

Shami Chakrabarti, director of Liberty, will speak at the FSF’s annual conference, titled Fans’ Parliament, which takes place at Wembley Stadium on Saturday July 24th.

Updated FSF Constitution

In accordance with the resolutions passed at Fans’ Parliament 2009, the FSF Constitution has been updated.

FSF Awards 2009 – The Winners

At Fans’ Parliament in Newcastle on 20th June, the FSF announced the winners of our annual awards for Services to Supporters, Football Writer of the Year and Fans’ Publication of the Year. We received a number of nominations from fans in all categories, and Ian Todd, chair of the awards panel, had a tough job to do. He tells us about the winners.

Fans’ Parliament and FREE FSF talk-in

Fans’ Parliament is almost upon us and it really, really is your last chance to register – do it now! Fans’ Parliament sets the FSF’s agenda for the next year and, most importantly, gives you the fan a chance to have your say. Whether it’s ticket prices, the lack of safe standing, ownership, or anything else for that matter – don’t just sit in the pub and moan – get involved and do something about it. Fans’ Parliament is totally free and open to everyone, member or not. But that’s not all that’s going on in Newcastle on Saturday…

FSF election statements 2009

The FSF elections are fast approaching with Fans’ Parliament 2009 taking place in Newcastle next week and all National Council candidates have put forward their election statements.

Register for Fans’ Parliament today!

Any regulars to this site will have noticed we’ve been banging on about Fans’ Parliament for quite a while now. That’s because it’ll be great. As well as giving you the chance to help set the FSF’s campaign strategy for the next year it’ll also be a cracking weekend – we’ve got absolutely loads lined up.

Welsh FA to pay for fans’ tickets

The Welsh FA (FAW) have promised to pay for the match tickets of all 80 fans making the long trek to Baku in Azerbaijan for their nation’s upcoming World Cup Qualifier. The gesture was made following a series of problems that Wales’ fans encountered in trying to get visas and match tickets for Saturday’s game.

Funding partners

  • The Football Association
  • Premier Leage Fans Fund


  • Gamble Aware
  • Co-operatives UK
  • FSE
  • Kick It Out
  • Level Playing Field
  • Living Wage Foundation
  • SD Europe