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Survey: How do you feel about returning to grounds in 2021-22?

For many fans the beginning of the 2021-22 season will mark the first time that they have been in a stadium for more than 18 months, and so the FSA are canvassing opinion on how supporters feel about returning to grounds.

As COVID-19 continues to impact daily life and with details still uncertain ahead of the new season, we are keen to find out from fans whether the pandemic and the changes it has brought has affected their attitudes to returning to football, or will affect their attendance in the season ahead.

We are also seeking views on the safety measures that fans would like to see in place, all of which will provide useful feedback to clubs and leagues.

The survey is open to fans at all levels of the game, and we would appreciate your taking five minutes to let us know your views.

Complete the return to stadiums survey here…

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