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FSA statement: Premier League’s Fan Engagement Standard

Football Supporters’ Association statement following the Premier League’s announcement launching its Fan Engagement Standard.

The Football Supporters’ Association said:

“Improved supporter engagement is long overdue at some clubs so the Premier League’s Fan Engagement Standard is a step in the right direction but there is far more work to be done.

“Few clubs actually shared the Fan Engagement Standard with their supporter groups in advance of its release – we’ll be discussing the Premier League’s plans with those supporter groups once they’ve had an opportunity to assess the proposals themselves.

“We fully expect the Government’s ongoing review of football governance to further develop and strengthen engagement standards as part of a club licensing system which will be applied across the professional game.”

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