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The FSF is hiring a communications officer

The Football Supporters’ Federation is seeking to recruit a communications officer, based in Sunderland. This is a great opportunity to help a democratic organisation representing the rights of football supporters in England and Wales.

FSF activist & Pompey Trust chair dies

It is with great sadness that we have learnt of the death of FSF colleague, Fans’ Embassy stalwart and Pompey Supporters’ Trust Chairman Ken Malley.

The 56 – Bradford City Fire: A Testimony

Monday 11th May 2015 marked the 30th anniversary of the Bradford City fire, when 56 football fans died at Valley Parade. Alongside the remembrance events a theatrical production has been touring the country.

Collective sanctions “wrong and unfair” say European fans

Collective punishments for fans – games played behind closed doors, for example – remain a controversial issue. Our European counterparts, Football Supporters’ Europe (FSE), met with UEFA president Michel Platini on Sunday to discuss fans’ concerns about these sanctions. FSE maintain they punish the innocent as well as the guilty and discourage fans from reporting racist incidents. Here is their statement following that meeting…

Production remembers Bradford fire

Ahead of the 30th anniversary of the Bradford City fire, where 56 football fans died at Valley Parade on 11th May 1985, a new theatrical production remembering that day will be touring the country.

FSF first national football body to sign up to Living Wage

The Football Supporters’ Federation has become the first national football organisation to adopt the Living Wage.

Statement: Policing issues at PSG v Chelsea fixture

The following is an FSF statement on policing issues at the PSG v Chelsea match:

Statement: Racist incident in Paris

The following is a statement from the FSF relating to the incident on the Paris Metro involving Chelsea supporters:

Football fans sought for final choir

Ever wanted to sing in front of 90,000 on the most important day in the English footballing calendar? Then you’re in luck…

FSF ROADSHOWS: London and Leeds

FSF statement: Ched Evans

FSF statement given to Press Association on Tuesday 6th January:

The birth of the FSA (part 2 – ID cards, Hillsborough and beyond)

In the second part of his personal history of the formation of the Football Supporters Association (one of the forerunners to the modern day FSF) Rogan Taylor talks about ID cards, Hillsborough, and beyond. To read part one of his blog from earlier this week, click here. 

The birth of the FSA (part 1 – Heysel and the early FSA)

In the first part of his personal history of the formation of the Football Supporters’ Association (one of the forerunners to the modern day FSF) Rogan Taylor talks about the Heysel disaster and the first step at organising football fans in the UK. Part two, covering the ID card debacle and Hillsborough disaster will follow later this week. 

2014: A year in the life of the FSF

(FSF Player of the Year 2014, Sergio Agüero)

Bradford City Fire Disaster: 30th Anniversary Commemoration

The 30th anniversary of the Bradford City Fire Disaster occurs on May 11th 2015. Fifty-six supporters lost their lives in the fire, including two Lincoln City fans, and 258 other supporters were injured, many with serious burns.

Mariners Trust say no to pyro

Grimsby Town fans thinking of taking pyro to Telford this weekend have been warned by the Mariners Trust to think of the consequences.

Sky Sports Football Yearbook 2014-15

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

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