Basket
×

Your basket

Join The FSA

CHARITY: Your country’s shirt needs YOU!

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

The collectors among you might remember that last month we told you about the charity auction organised by the National Association of Disabled Supporters via the bid4sport website. You could even get your hands on a signed Kieron Richardson photo (hold back baying masses!) alongside plenty of other must have goodies. Their auction is due to close tomorrow (Thursday October 15) so this is your last chance to bid for items which include shirts signed by the squads of:

  • England
  • Glasgow Rangers
  • Celtic
  • Aston Villa
  • Everton

While everyone loves a bargain, try not to be too tight, it is for charidee afterall but you could well get your hands on some fine items – check out the full list here.

All funds raised will go to supporting our friends at the National Association of Disabled Supporters whose aims are:

  • To be a voice for supporters of all disability groups
  • To campaign for equality of supporter experience
  • To enrich lives of disabled people through football
  • To raise disability awareness

For more info click here to visit their website.

Related Articles

“Your NHS Needs You” – NHS calls on supporters to volunteer

The NHS is “rallying the troops” for the war on coronavirus, with volunteers including football fans being called up to help vulnerable people stay safe and well at home.

Fans donate thousands to country’s foodbanks in PPV protest

Thousands of fans donated money to their local foodbanks this weekend instead of paying for access to see their teams play over the Premier League’s opening pay-per-view weekend.

Fanspiration: everyone needs a STAR in their life

The Supporters Trust At Reading (STAR) over the past two seasons has sponsored Reading Deaf FC and the team have recently got through to the finals of two competitions – the FA People’s Cup and the South East FA Disability Cup.

My City, My Shirt

Led by Anwar Uddin with our partners at Kick It Out, the Fans for Diversity campaign works in a number of ways to highlight the experiences of supporters from all walks of life and to make football a welcoming place for everyone. This can range from creating fan groups to hosting events, improving accessibility at grounds or education projects.

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