This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.
FSF Chief Executive Kevin Miles will make an appearance at the next Southern Division which takes place in ‘Arry’s Bar at The Den, Millwall, SE16 3LN on Sunday 21st September (buffet midday, KO 12.30pm).
Kevin will answer questions about his work for the FSF and explain his role in running the England Fans’ Embassy. The Fans’ Embassy supports fans when England play away for friendlies, qualifiers, and major tournaments.
Members and non-members alike are welcome to Southern Division meetings (although you might as well join the FSF since it’s free and only takes two minutes).
Register your attendance, or direct further questions/dietary requirements to FSF Southern Division Secretary Pam Wilkins: [email protected]
Chair’s opening remarks
Apologies for absence
Minutes of last meeting
National Delegate’s report
Pyramid Officers’ Report
Club reports (five minutes per report and appropriate discussion)
Discussion on Supporters Summit (time allowing)
Date and location of next meeting
How to get to The Den
By Road From North – Follow City signs from A1/M1, then signs for Shoreditch and Whitechapel. Follow Ring Road signs for Dover, cross over Tower Bridge and after one mile take first exit at the roundabout onto A2. From Elephant & Castle take A2 (New Kent Road) into Old Kent Road and turn left after four miles at The Gem Bar into Ilderton Road to Zampa Road SE16 3LN. From South – Take A20 and A21 following signs to London. At New Cross follow signs for Surrey Quays into Kender Street, turn left into Old Kent Road then right at the turning signposted “car pound” into Ilderton Road. Zampa Road (SE16 3LN) is the seventh turning on the right. From East – Take A2 to New Cross (then as south). From West – From M4 and M3 follow South Circular (A205) then follow signs for Clapham, City (A3), then Camberwell to New Cross and then as from the South.
By Rail South Bermondsey (approx 5mins walk). New Cross or New Cross Gate (approx 15 mins walk).
By Underground East London Line to Surrey Quays or New Cross Gate (approx 15 mins walk). Jubilee Line to Canada Water (approx 20 mins walk).
By Bus 21, 53, 172, to Old Kent Road, P12 to Ilderton Road, 1 & 381 to Rotherhithe New Road, 47, 188, 225 to Surrey Quays.
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Malcolm Clarke, chair of
The next meeting of the National Game Network will take place on Sunday 28th April at the Mechanics Institute in Manchester, from 12:30 to approximately 15:00. It is open to representatives from any affiliated or associated supporters groups in the Welsh leagues and the English non-league pyramid, as well as individual fans of clubs throughout these leagues.