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Club charters: League 1 and League 2

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Last month the FSF ranked club charters across the Premier League and Championship and encouraged clubs to up their game. A few fans of League 1 & League 2 clubs have been in touch to ask why we hadn’t done similar for their clubs?

It’s a fair question. The club charter research was carried out by a volunteer who focused on the top two flights. If you’d like to see the work replicated across L1 & L2 we need your help – get in touch and make it happen.

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