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FSE summer network meeting moves online

Football Supporters Europe (FSE), the pan-European body that represents fans across the continent, have announced that they will be moving their summer network meeting online. 

Originally planned to take place in Aarhus, Denmark, from 23rd to 26th July, the event will now go ahead in a virtual format on Friday 24th July, to allow fans to keep abreast of the work that has been going on throughout Europe.

FSE said: “FSE and AGF Fanclub Aarhus were deeply saddened to have to cancel the 2020 Summer Network Meeting.

“Since then, we have discussed several options to ensure that members are presented with an opportunity to catch-up with FSE’s work and one another in a good-natured environment. After some consideration, we decided that the best option is an online network meeting.

“Subjects covered will include the current state of Danish football and fandom, FSE’s response to COVID-19, the return of spectators to stadia, Fans’ Embassies and EURO 2020, the Away Fans Survey, and FSE’s plans for the 2020-21 season.

“Board members and staff will provide relevant updates and answer any questions that members might have.”

Registration for the event is now open – members will receive a more comprehensive agenda nearer the event, along with details of how to access it on Zoom.

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