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Last chance to have your say

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

The largest ever survey conducted by the Football Supporters’ Federation is drawing to a close, but there’s still time for you to make sure your voice is heard. We’ve been asking fans for their feedback on a wide range of issues this summer, from matchgoing habits and views on Team GB at the Olympics, to ticket pricing and views on safe standing, and thousands of you have answered our questions already.

We opened up our survey to the footballing public back in July, and the response was beyond our expectations. Fans from more than 100 clubs have given their views on the state of the game, and while the responses are still coming in, we’re keen to get on with looking at the stats and seeing what you’ve been saying.

The survey will take no more than 15 minutes at most for you to fill in, and the closing date for submissions is September 30th. If you’ve not yet completed the survey, please do so here. All answers are given anonymously and confidentially, of course.

We’ll keep you posted on the findings when we’ve done all the number crunching, so watch this space.

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