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FSF Roadshow: Manchester

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

FSF Roadshow Event, Thursday 15th October, 7pm:

All events are free and open to members/non-members but registration is required. Email your name/club/fans’ group (if applicable): [email protected]

About the FSF: We fight for the rights of fans with campaigns such as Twenty’s Plenty for Away Tickets, Safe Standing, and Watching Football Is Not A Crime! We regularly meet with the game’s authorities to argue the supporters’ case and help with club-specific campaigns.

What’s the plan? We’re hitting the road to meet fans from across the country – this gives fans the chance, over a few pints in an informal atmosphere, to find out more about our work. We’ll be looking back at our Twenty’s Plenty weekend of action with FSF chief executive Kevin Miles.

We also want to hear from you. What ideas do you have to boost current FSF campaigns? Do you think there are areas that we could do more in? Are we missing a trick? Can you contribute ideas, skills, and time? We’re only as strong as our members, so get involved…

This event is open to FSF members and non-members alike and it’s free to join the FSF here. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for regular updates. We’d like to thank FC United for making their venue available to us.

Please note – Broadhurst Park does have full disabled access.

Thanks to Richard Searle for the image used in this post.

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