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Supporter reps meet Premier League (Nov 22)

Supporter reps from the FSA’s Premier League Network met with top-flight officials last month to discuss a range of topics including fixture scheduling, VAR, fan behaviour, supporter engagement and more.

The meeting took place under the auspices of the Football Supporters’ Association on Thursday 10th November and was attended by senior Premier League officials including chief executive Richard Masters.

Fan representatives from six Premier League clubs attended the meeting, drawn from our network of democratically structured trusts and supporter groups.

This was the eleventh meeting between fan organisations and the Premier League which followed Government recommendations on fan engagement. The first took place in July 2016.

The date of the next meeting will be announced in due course. The FSA and Premier League meet twice per year in formal supporter engagement meetings and are in continual dialogue throughout the season.

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