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Everything you need for the 2022 FSA AGM

This weekend is the FSA AGM, and we have collected below all the information you could need, whether you are attending in person or online. Registration remains open until the start of the AGM at 11am on Saturday, so there’s still time to let us know if you’ll be attending.

If you have any questions about the day that aren’t answered below, please email [email protected], otherwise we look forward to seeing you this weekend.

Registration

To register to attend, either in person or online, follow this link.

If you register to attend online, you will be sent the details for the stream, which will begin shortly before the AGM at 11am.

Documents for delegates

Voting

Voting for the individual representatives on the National Council is now underway. We would encourage everyone who is attending the AGM in person to vote online in advance where possible. The candidates’ statements are linked above, and you can vote at the link below.

Cast your vote(s) here

Voting will be open until 5pm on Friday 15th July. It will re-open on the morning of Saturday 16th July for those attending in person who have not already voted online. If you are attending online only, you will need to cast your vote(s) by the 5pm Friday deadline.

Online attendees will not be able to vote in motions on the day, but will be able to contribute questions/points to the debate (see below). If you wish to vote on the motions you can appoint a proxy who is attending on the day to do so on your behalf – please email [email protected] by 5pm on Friday 15th July for more information.

How to get there

The FSA AGM will take place at AFC Wimbledon’s Cherry Red Records Stadium, on Plough Lane.

The stadium is well served by public transport links, with Earlsfield Station (trains to Waterloo and the South West), Haydons Road (Thameslink and Southern trains to the South Coast, Central London and Hertfordshire) and Tooting Broadway (London Underground Northern Line) all within walking distance.

A number of bus services run along Garratt Lane between Earlsfield and Tooting Broadway, while the 493 bus runs from Wimbledon Station (Tube District Line, Tram, South Western Railway and Thameslink) directly outside Plough Lane Stadium.

Attendees are directed to the hospitality entrance at Gate 1 adjacent to the club shop, which is on Plough Lane.

Timetable

The proposed timetable for the day is as below (all times approximate)

  • 10am to 11am: Registration
  • 11am to 1pm – AGM
  • 1pm to 1.45pm – Lunch
  • 1.45pm to 3pm – Workshops
  • 3pm to 3.15pm – Break
  • 3.15pm to 4.30pm – Workshops
  • 4.30pm to 5.30pm – A performance of Eng-er-land by Hannah Kumari

The workshops will be on a range of topics including: cryptocurrency; Fans for Diversity; women’s voice in the game; and sustainability. Please note that only the AGM portion of the day will be streamed for online attendees.

Zoom etiquette

We’re sure that almost everyone is used to Zoom by now, but a reminder for those attending online that you’ll need to keep your microphones muted throughout. If you wish to ask a question, you can do so using the chat function.

We will be periodically coming to the online audience for questions during each agenda item as best we can, so please keep the chat function for substantive questions that you wish to raise rather than general chat, as this will make contributions easier to find and improve everyone’s experience of the day.

Other information

The stadium will be playing host to two pre-season friendlies on the day, between AFC Wimbledon’s men’s and women’s team and Ipswich Town, so the area around the ground is likely to be busy, particularly on departure for those of you who will be there on the day.

If you have registered and can no longer attend, please email [email protected]thefsa.org.uk.

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