Healthy, well-run supporter organisations at club level are vital to the success of the FSA’s national campaign work, which is why we offer training on critical board-level roles to all of our member groups.
The FSA was very sorry to hear of the tragic passing of Manchester United supporter Ian Stirling this weekend. Ian played a huge role at Manchester United Supporters Trust (MUST), was always a friend to the FSA and, most importantly, he was a great guy.
If you’re after a serious, comprehensive look at the Football Supporters’ Association’s work, we recommend you download our Annual Review which was published in July, and features our work from the first half of the year.
Labour Behind the Label, a campaign group that works to improve conditions and empower workers in the global garment industry, have called on World Cup sponsors adidas to “end wage theft in their supply chain”.
Supporters representing the FSA’s Premier League Network met with the Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) last month to discuss matters relating to top-flight refereeing – including but not limited to VAR.
It was with sadness that the FSA received yesterday's announcement that the Queen had died peacefully at Balmoral. Following that news, the football authorities today said that, from the Premier League down to the grassroots game, football matches would be postponed.
The Design Museum in Kensington, London, is currently hosting an exhibition on the history of design in the game – Designing the Beautiful Game – until the 29th August. Here design expert Mark Gower tells us all about the exhibition and why fans should consider checking it out…
The FSA is recruiting a Premier League network manager to join our team, and are looking for an excellent communicator who is passionate about football and understands the importance of the supporters’ voice within the industry.