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Survey: Women at the Match

The FSA’s Fans for Diversity campaign is launching a major survey on women’s fans attitudes on attending football, and is looking for women fans from both the men’s and women’s games to give us their insight. 

The survey builds on the report of our first ‘Women at the Match‘ survey back in 2015, one of the largest ever pieces of research into women fans’ experiences of attending professional football.

The survey looks to capture data on things such as women’s experiences of sexism at matches, how they got into attending football, and what they think would encourage greater attendance from women to at live football.

The survey is open to women who follow either the men’s or women’s professional game, or both, and will allow for comparison of experiences between the two codes of the game, as well as looking at how the landscape at the men’s game has changed since our original research six years ago.

The survey should take no more than around 10 minutes to complete – and you can do so here.

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  • Premier Leage Fans Fund

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