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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.

FSF Fans’ Parliament 2009 Elections and Motions

With Fans’ Parliament fast approaching (less than one month to go) members can view proposed motions for consideration and FSF election detail. This information will also be given out to everyone attending on the day, but we realise some members find it useful to view these in advance of debates.

Register for Fans’ Parliament 2009 today

No, no, no. Not that Parliament. In a week when the House of Commons hit its lowest ebb in modern times we wouldn’t expect you to traipse along there to talk about football. Although looking at some of the new season ticket prices being on an MPs wage might be the only way to afford one. We’re talking the FSF’s Fans’ Parliament – our annual get together that gives supporters across England and Wales the chance to have their say on the issues of the day.

FSF motions and election deadline approaches

Fans’ Parliament 2009 is fast approaching and so is the deadline for motions, elections and voting. Fans’ Parliament will this year take place in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne on Saturday, June 20th and is open to members and non-members alike. Sign up to our newsletter (see left) for further information.

Fans’ Parliament 2008 bits and bobs

With Fans’ Parliament (FP) less than a week away we thought we would upload some more FP related goodness for you members to feast your eyes upon!

Special guest speakers at Fans’ Parliament 2008

With Fans’ Parliament now only a few weeks away, we are delighted to announce two very special guests will be joining us at the Emirates Stadium.

New Constitution decided at Special Constitutional Conference

The FSF’s new Constitution that was decided at the Special Constitutional Conference on 18th May at Wolverhampton has now been published.

Register for the 2008 Football Fans’ Parliament

Emirates Stadium, Islington, London, N5 1BU Saturday 5th July 2008 – 10.00am to 5.30pm – FREE ENTRY

Special Constitutional Conference

A Special Constitutional Conference to discuss suggested amendments to the FSF Constitution is due to be held in Wolverhampton on Sunday 18th May at 2.30pm.

Registration opens for the 2008 Football Fans’ Parliament

Emirates Stadium, Islington, London, N5 1BU Saturday 5th July 2008 – 10.00am to 5.30pm – FREE ENTRY

Special Constitutional Conference

A Special Constitutional Conference to discuss suggested amendments to the FSF Constitution is due to be held in Wolverhampton on Sunday 18th May at 2.30pm.

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