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FSF Yorkshire Division (Sunday 16th February)

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The next meeting of the Football Supporters’ Federation’s Yorkshire Division will take place on Sunday 16th February (doors 12.30pm for 1.00pm start) in Billy’s Bar at Leeds United’s Elland Road (LS11 0ES).

  • If you have any further queries or would like to register your attendance email: [email protected]

Agenda

  1. Safe standing
  2. Twenty’s Plenty for Away Tickets Campaign
  3. Brazil World Cup
  4. Other work carried out by FSF since 2014’s Supporters Summit/AGM
  5. Details on annual conference 2014
  6. General discussion on other football matters

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