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FSF’s Southern Division meet Sunday September 6th

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

This season’s first meeting of the Southern Division of the Football Supporters’ Federation will take place at Old Star Public House, Westminster, 66 Broadway, Westminster, London, SW1H 0DB on Sunday September 6th 2009 – click here for directions to the venue. The meeting will start at 12.00 noon and you needn’t worry about missing your Sunday dinner as we’ll provide a working lunch for those who can make it. We’ve a hungry lot here at the FSF so please make sure to email divisional secretary Julie Beattie if you plan on attending and she’ll make sure there’s enough to go round!

The meeting will primarily focus on South Africa 2010 and referees.

What do you hope for from England in South Africa? Will World Cup 2010 be a successful one for the team, supporters and organisers? It is also now FSF policy to forge closer links with referees. What would you say to them and what would you like to hear from them?

If you’d like to attend and have a topic for discussion please let Julie know and she’ll see that it’s added to the agenda (see below for further details).

This meeting is open to members and non-members alike although membership to the FSF is now FREE – so there really is no excuse not to join! Click here to join today.

The Old Star Public House is on the corner of  Broadway and Queen Anne’s Gate and opposite St James’s Park Tube Station (Circle and District Lines). There is some off-street parking (free on Sundays) in nearby streets. We will be in the upstairs function room.

If you’d like to hear more about Sunday’s agenda please email Julie Beattie.

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