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Canaries and Swans agree £20’s plenty

Norwich City and Swansea City have agreed a reciprocal ticket offer meaning away fans will receive £20 tickets when the sides meet in the Premier League.

TV & Champions League bidding wars

On Saturday BT Sport announced it had secured a mega-deal for Champions League TV rights. But what does it mean for fans? FSF Chief Executive Kevin Miles (left) asks that very question…

And finally… dream goal

We’ve all dreamt it – clean through, round the keeper, get down on your knees and nudge the ball across the line with the old noggin. Over in South Africa and SuperSport United’s striker had that very same dream… and the nerve to try it.

EVENT: Watching Football Is Not A Crime! (Liverpool 28th Nov)

The FSF will hold Watching Football Is Not A Crime! in Liverpool on Thursday 28th November (7pm-9pm). Register for free by sending your name and club to events@fsf.org.uk. This event is open to fans of all clubs:

Hull City: No name change without fans consulation

Hull City AFC supporters’ campaign group City Till We Die have persuaded owner Dr. Assem Allam not to change the club’s name until consultation with fans is complete. “I give my word – I will not change if no benefit,” says Allam.

FSF Fantasy Football Manager of the Week – Week 10

The Football Supporters’ Federation has teamed up with The Blizzard – The Football Quarterly to offer a prize-winning fantasy football game throughout the 2013/14 season. Entry is totally free using the official Premier League game and there’ll be weekly, monthly and yearly prizes.

FSF Awards 2013 – Suarez and RVP go head-to-head

The Football Supporters’ Federation is delighted to announce the shortlisted nominations for the 2013 FSF Awards, in association with William Hill, following a nominations process involving thousands of fans across the country.

FSF Southern Division meeting (Sunday 1st December)

The next meeting of the Football Supporters’ Federation’s Southern Division will take place on Sunday 1st December 2013 (12.30pm) at Leyton Orient Supporters’ Club (Brisbane Road, E10 5NF). The entrance is on Oliver Road, alongside the ground’s main entrance.

Welcome to the People’s Republic of North Korea

Newcastle United fans are up in arms at the club’s decision to ban local papers from games. Fans’ anger was compounded when it later emerged the club were banning Newcastle United Supporters’ Trust (NUST) from the newly-formed Fans Forum. NUST are a democratic fans’ group affiliated to the FSF and you can read their take on that here.

Luton Town back Safe Standing Campaign

Luton Town are the latest club to give their support to the Football Supporters’ Federation’s Safe Standing Campaign.

And finally… liquid football!

We’re not exactly fans of games being called off but we’d have to admit there might have been a case for it at this Lithuanian A Lyga game. Suduva take on Banga, cue hilarity (and a 2-0 win for Suduva).

FSF Fantasy Football Manager of the Week – Week 9

The Football Supporters’ Federation has teamed up with The Blizzard – The Football Quarterly to offer a prize-winning fantasy football game throughout the 2013/14 season. Entry is totally free using the official Premier League game and there’ll be weekly, monthly and yearly prizes.

Homes of Football: “Waiting For The Play To Unfold” Coventry City

In this regular blog photographer Stuart Roy Clarke will explain the thinking behind his best Homes of Football images (available to buy here)…

100 British Football Grounds To Visit Before You Die

You might already know of Mike Bayly (left), he’s one of the fellas behind the excellent Non-League Day. Mike’s started a new project titled 100 British Football Grounds To Visit Before You Die – but which grounds should be on Mike’s “bucket list”? He wants to hear from you…

Pyro = banning orders, criminal record and clampdowns on fans. Is it worth it?

It can’t have escaped your notice that pyro – smoke bombs and flares – have been in the news since a linesman was hit by a smoke bomb at Villa Park. Football Supporters’ Federation Caseworker Amanda Jacks looks at the consequences of using pyro…

An open letter to Northumbria Police

Southampton to Sunderland is one of the longer trips in English football so you’d think the authorities would be extra careful when scheduling it, wouldn’t you? Think again. Ten days after the Capital One Cup fixture was confirmed, it was moved on police advice. In an open letter to Northumbria Police, FSF National Council member Ian Todd explains fans’ frustration…

And finally… women can’t play football? Wrong

Fulham’s Kasami might have hit the best goal we’ve seen in men’s football this season but here’s another strong contender for goal of the season already, courtesy of Stephanie Roach of Peamount United (League of Ireland). What a goal this is….

“Twenty’s plenty” deals are on offer – and fans should turn the pressure up at their club

FSF Chief Executive Kevin Miles explains how Twenty’s Plenty gives fans the opportunity to lobby their clubs for cheaper away tickets in a focused, realistic manner…

FSF Fantasy Football League Manager of the Week – Week 8

The Football Supporters’ Federation has teamed up with The Blizzard – The Football Quarterly to offer a prize-winning fantasy football game throughout the 2013/14 season. Entry is totally free using the official Premier League game and there’ll be weekly, monthly and yearly prizes.

Coventry City crisis reaches Parliament

The long-running crisis surrounding Coventry City will today be the focus of a Parliamentary debate led by Coventry North East MP Bob Ainsworth, with support expected from other Midlands MPs.

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