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Free Lions 117 – Montenegro v England

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

Edition 117 of Free Lions will be distributed in Podgorica before Friday’s match by members of the FSF Fans’ Embassy. As ever we’ve included all the information you could need to know to make sure your trip to Montenegro goes to plan. From stadium information to local dos and don’ts, it’s all there.

The FSF Fans’ Embassy team is likely to be based in the main Republic Square next to the City bookstore and Elmag. We have not yet received 100 per cent official confirmation but it is what we have been lead to believe. In an emergency the Fans’ Embassy team can be contacted on the FSF’s 24 hour helpline +44 7956 12131.

If you are missing any back issues of Free Lions from your collection you can order them for £1 (subject to availability) – just contact the FSF office on 0330 44 000 44. Alternatively, email info@fsf.org.uk.

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