This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.
One of the biggest meetings of football fans from across Europe is just around the corner, and fans interested in attending are reminded to make sure they register in time.
Football Supporters Europe, the European umbrella organisation for fans’ groups to which the FSF is affiliated, is holding it’s AGM in Belfast, in July, around eight weeks from now – the same weekend as the European Football Fans’ Congress. FSE members interested in attending the AGM must check their membership status to ensure they are entitled to vote.
The FSA works with two organisations, Football Supporters (FSE) and SD Europe, to represent and promote the interests of football supporters at European level. To keep FSA members up to date on that work, we’ve rounded up some highlights below from our friends at FSE and SD Europe…
Both Manchester United and Liverpool fans were ripped off last season by unscrupulous clubs who spotted a loophole UEFA’s regulations which allowed them to charge visiting fans a lot more than home fans in European competition. It isn’t right. The FSF is affiliated to Football Supporters Europe and they have announced their intent to lobby UEFA to close this loophole which penalises fans across the continent. Find out more from FSE…
Football Supporters Europe (FSE), the pan-european body representing football supporters of which the FSA is a member, have released a statement in response to UEFA’s decision to postpone this summer’s European Championships until 2021.
Following the collapse of the European Super League, Football Supporters Europe, the pan-European body which represents football supporters across the continent and of which the FSA is a member, have released this statement: