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Fans’ Parliament and FREE FSF talk-in

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

Fans’ Parliament is almost upon us and it really, really is your last chance to register – do it now! Fans’ Parliament sets the FSF’s agenda for the next year and, most importantly, gives you the fan a chance to have your say. Whether it’s ticket prices, the lack of safe standing, ownership, or anything else for that matter – don’t just sit in the pub and moan – get involved and do something about it. Fans’ Parliament is totally free and open to everyone, member or not. But that’s not all that’s going on in Newcastle on Saturday…

The FSF’s talk-in – featuring ex-pros and journos – also goes ahead on Saturday evening (7pm-9.30pm) at Newcastle’s Live Theatre, and you’d be a fool to miss it!

It’s a quiz format, think Never Mind The Buzzcocks but football, with a bit audience participation and general buffoonery. It’s basically a chance for FSF members to unwind after our daytime event but you’re more than welcome to come along even if you didn’t make Fans’ Parliament itself. And it’s totally FREE (registration required).

Confirmed panellists are (in alphabetical order by surname!):

  • John Anderson (ex-NUFC captain)
  • Simon Crabtree (ex-Sunderland commentator)
  • Charlie Hardwick (Emmerdale TV star and all-round good egg)
  • Leroy Rosenoir (ex-WHU)

All-in-all after a tough day’s debate at Fans’ Parliament it’ll be a canny way to let your hair down with a few pints and some football related banter.

To register for the FSF talk-in only email ‘FSF talk-in’ to info@fsf.org.uk. Don’t forget to include your name, the number of spaces required, and a contact phone number.

If you’d like to register for the FSF talk-in AND Fans’ Parliament please follow this link instead.

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Funding partners

  • The Football Association
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Partners

  • Gamble Aware
  • Co-operatives UK
  • FSE
  • Kick It Out
  • Level Playing Field
  • Living Wage Foundation
  • SD Europe