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FSF 2017-18 Annual Review: download now!

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The FSF Annual Review, presented and accepted at the FSF annual conference in London this weekend, is now available to download.

Presented to members at our AGM by FSF chief executive Kevin Miles, the review is packed with articles and information looking back at 12 months of campaigning.

The review includes chapters on the progress of the standing campaign, ticket prices and TV’s impact on match-going supporters. There are also sections looking at our ongoing casework and the Fans for Diversity campaign.

Supporters can also learn about our ongoing work in Parliament via the All Party Parliamentary Group for Football Supporters and our progress on football governance.

It’s been a busy year internationally with Free Lions Fans’ Embassy team producing the England Fans’ Guide to Russia and supporting fans who travelled out to the 2018 World Cup.

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