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

Regular visitors to Free Lions might not be aware that here at the FSF we also send a regular e-bulletin, the snappily titled E-Lions, to England fans. E-Lions is sent in the build up to every set of England fixtures and is a must for any Three Lions regular – even if we do say so ourselves.

Sign up to E-Lions (see box left) and receive:

  • Free Lions previews before every England game
  • Exclusive E-Lions competitions in conjunction Philosophy Football among others
  • The latest travel and security info for England’s travelling support

To subscribe to E-Lions simply enter your name and email address into the Newsletter box (see left). You can also sign up to Fan Mail, should you be interested, which is the FSF’s monthly newsletter. Fan Mail updates on the FSF’s latest news, campaigns and competitions – click here to see September’s Fan Mail.

England fans can also subscribe to Free Lions with 10 issues costing only £6 via Direct Debit (this charge is solely to cover P&P). A bargain if ever we saw one. If you’ve never read Free Lions check out Issue 95 here.

Many England fans collect Free Lions on match days and you may well find your copy looking a little battered after 90 minutes folded up in your back pocket. Fear not though, there’s an easy solution to your woes and it’ll only set you back the price of a few pints.

The FSF also produces its own magazine The Football Supporter (tfs) which is available via Direct Debit for only £15 per annum (six issues).

Click here to download the Free Lions / tfs subscription form.

Click here to join the FSF today for free.

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  • FSE
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  • Living Wage Foundation
  • Pledgeball
  • SD Europe