Last week the Queen’s Birthday Honours were announced and included among them was a British Empire Medal for former-chair of Supporters Direct, one of the predecessor organisations of the FSA, and Brentford fan Brian Burgess.
Whether you’re looking for an outlet for some creativity, catching up on homeschooling or getting the kids ready for the return to school in September, our workbook aimed at KS3+ age children could be what you’re after, and there’s a little bonus in the shape of our prize draw.
It has been a strange couple of months without football, but while you might think that without football matches things had been quiet for us here at the FSA, that couldn’t be further from the truth. We’ve continued to provide our services and advice to fans, groups and clubs in a whole range of different ways.
Following reports that Ed Woodward, executive vice-chairman of Manchester United, had his home targeted by protestors last night, the Football Supporters’ Association has issued the following statement…
If you’re reading this there’s a very good chance that you know about the Football Supporters’ Association’s campaigns which have brought about away price caps, new safe standing areas, secured 7,000 more FA Cup final tickets for fans, and supported trusts who wish to bring their club into fan ownership. These campaigns have helped hundreds of thousands of supporters.
Port Vale’s stadium has become the latest in a list of dozens of football grounds listed as an ‘asset of community value’ (ACV) after an application from FSA affiliates the Port Vale Supporters’ Club (PVSC).
This week marks the 30th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster – a disaster which claimed the lives of 96 football fans, just weeks after the jury in the trial of David Duckenfield, match commander during that day, was unable to reach a verdict.