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European Football Fans’ Congress (1st-3rd July)

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

The fourth European Football Fans’ Congress (EFFC), organised by Football Supporters Europe, is to take place in Copenhagen from 1st–3rd July and looks all set to be the biggest (and best) yet. The deadline for EFFC registration is Sunday 12th June.

Fans from up to 40 European nations are to attend along with representatives from football’s most important institutions such as UEFA. The FSF will be raising the spectre of Sepp Blatter and FIFA at the EFFC, we will make it clear that the fans we represent feel FIFA has lost all credibility and needs complete reform.

Organised by Football Supporters Europe, of whom the FSF is an affiliated member, the fourth EFFC sees fans come together for three days of debate and discussion which aims to improve things for fans across the continent. However, it’s not all serious stuff, there’s also football tournaments, BBQs, social nights, and general debauchery.

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