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Support for victims of child abuse revelations

The recent football-related child abuse revelations have shocked and moved many Football Supporters’ Federation members.

FSF statement: West Ham vs Chelsea

Following the incidents at London Stadium last night, at the EFL Cup fixture between West Ham United and Chelsea, the FSF has issued the following statement:

FSF appoints new national game officer

The Football Supporters’ Federation is very pleased to announce a new addition to our staff team – Andy Walsh, formerly general manager of FC United of Manchester, will be our new national game development officer.

Job advert: National game development officer

The Football Supporters’ Federation is a democratic, membership-based organisation working to represent the interests of football supporters in England and Wales.

Sky Sports Football Yearbook 2016-17

The longest-running football yearbook returns for the 2016-17 season and we’re offering it to members at a discounted price.

Campaign launched to tackle online abuse

Football’s leading anti-racism campaign group, Kick It Out, have launched a campaign to combat rising levels of discriminatory online abuse.

Police target Euro 2016 with dry trains

British Transport Police have announced that the sale and consumption of alcohol will be banned on Eurostar services during the European Championships this summer.

Fans invited to BT event

Football fans are being invited along to an event being hosted by BT at the National Football Museum on May 9th.

Blackpool fans to march against owners

Blackpool are facing their second successive relegation at the end of this season and fans are again demonstrating against the club’s ownership.

Hillsborough verdict – FSF statement

After years of evidence and weeks of deliberation the jury at the Hillsborough Inquest has finally returned its verdict.

Leicester fans plan protest against late fixture move

Leicester City fan group, and FSF associate, Union FS say they will be protesting against the decision to move their away game against Arsenal with only three weeks notice.

Everton’s refund to fans “a great gesture”

Everton will refund their travelling fans who missed substantial parts of the club’s recent Premier League clash at the Etihad Stadium due to transport problems in Manchester.

Scunthorpe fans to support Save Our Steel campaign

FSF affiliates The Iron Trust is calling on supporters to throw their weight behind Scunthorpe United’s Save Our Steel day on Saturday – including taking part in a show of support during the match against Southend.

Founder of trust movement Brian Lomax dies

Brian Lomax, one of the pioneers of the supporter trust movement in Britain, has died after an illness. Click here for funeral details.

Crewe supporters refused entry to Bloomfield Road

Fans of Crewe Alexandra have accused Blackpool of excluding them from Bloomfield Road for supporting anti-Oyston protesters.

FSF Roadshow heads to Manchester

FSF Roadshow Event, Thursday 15th October, 7pm:

FSF Roadshow: Manchester

FSF Roadshow Event, Thursday 15th October, 7pm:

“Fair allocation systems” must remain in face of increasing tourism

FSF chair Malcolm Clarke said that fair ticket allocation must remain in place as the number of “football tourists” visiting top-flight fixtures increased to 800,000 last year.

Kick It Out recruiting communications manager

Anti-discrimination organisation Kick It Out is recruiting a media and Communications manager to lead on the press and public relations profile of the campaign.

Sky Sports Football Yearbook 2015-16

The longest surviving football yearbook is back once again – and canny readers can pick it up from the FSF with a hefty discount for our members – join here.

Funding partners

  • The Football Association
  • Premier Leage Fans Fund

Partners

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