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The Football Supporter – coming to a pub near you!

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

The newest issue of The Football Supporter is coming to a pub near you. We’ve tried to get one for every ground in the country, and while that’s not been possible in every case, we’ve done our best, and still clocked up an impressive number of pubs and bars where you’ll be able to pick up a copy of The Football Supporter (while stocks last, of course, because these will go like hotcakes).

If you can’t find your local or matchday haunt on our list below, get them to get in touch with us and we’ll see what we can do to get them stocking the next issue, which is due out soon.

Accrington – The Crown Inn, Whalley Road

Aldershot – The Crimea Inn, High Street

Barnet – The Lord Nelson, West End Lane

Barnsley – The Keel Inn, Canal Street

Birkenhead/Tranmere – The Prenton Park, Borough Road

Birmingham – The Cap ‘n Gown, Witton Road; The Sportsman, Garrison Lane

Blackburn – The Fernhurst, Bolton Road

Blackpool – The Auctioneer, Lytham Road

Blyth – The Masons Arms, Plessey Road

Bolton – The Harvester, Middlebrook

Bournemouth – The Sir Percy Florence Shelley, Christchurch Road

Bradford – Haigy’s, Lumb Lane

Brighton – The Three Jolly Butchers, North Road

Bristol – The Fellowship, Filton Avenue

Burnley – The Kettledrum Inn, Red Lees Road

Burton-on-Trent – The Anglesey Arms, The Green

Cardiff – The Ninian Hotel, Leckwith Road

Carlisle – The Turf Tavern, The Swifts

Chesterfield – The Industry Inn, Queen Street

Cleethorpes – O’Neills, Grant Street

Corby – The Shire Horse, Willow Brook Road

Crewe – The Last Orders Inn, Nantwich Road

Dagenham – The Beacon, Oxlow Lane

Darlington – The Killinghall Arms, The Square

Derby – Brewsters, Orient Way

Exeter – The Duke of York, Sidwell Street

Gillingham – The Livingstone Arms, Gillingham Road

Hereford – The Moorfield Inn, Moorfield Street

High Wycombe – The Squirrel, Squirrel Lane

Huddersfield – The Rope Walk, Stadium Way

Hull – The Griffin, Anlaby Road

Ipswich – The Jolly Sailors, Handford Road

Jersey – Foresters Arms, Beaumont, St Peter

King’s Lynn – The Lord Napier, Guanock Terrace

Leeds – The Waggon and Horses, Elland Road, The Old Peacock, Elland Road

Lewes – Lewes FC, The Dripping Pan, Mountfield Road

Leicester – The Turnstile, Walnut Street

Letchworth – Four Emblems Social Club, Station Road

Lincoln – The Gatehouse, Newark Road

Liverpool – The Winslow, Goodison Road; The Spellow, Goodison Road; The Arkles, Anfield Road

London – The Anchor and Hope, Anchor and Hope Lane SE7; Bootsy Brogans, Fulham Broadway SW6; The Eight Bells, Fulham High Street SW6; The Lion and Key, High Road Leyton E10; The Leyton Orient Supporters Club, Oliver Road, E10; The Springbok, South Africa Road W12; The Duke of Edinburgh, Green Street E13; The Marquis of Granby, New Cross Road, SE14; The Coronet, Holloway Road, N7; The White Horse, Selhurst Road, SE25; The Bow Bells, Bow Road, E3

Luton – The Bricklayers Arms, High Town Road

Macclesfield – The Three Crowns, Mill Green

Manchester – Walkabout, Quay Street; The Trafford Pub, Chester Road; South West Manchester Cricket Club, Ellesmere Road

Middlesbrough – The Jovial Monk, Kings Road

Milton Keynes – Red Dot Bar, stadiumMK

Morecambe – The York Hotel, Lancaster Road

Newcastle-upon-Tyne – The Strawberry, Strawberry Place; The Newcastle Arms, St Andrews Street; Bodega, Westgate Road

Northampton – Sixfields Tavern, Weedon Road

Norwich – The Prince of Wales, Prince of Wales Road; The Trafford Arms, Grove Road

Nottingham – Meadow Covert, Alford Road

Oldham – The Clayton Green, Westwood Way

Oxford – The Priory, Grenoble Road

Peterborough – The Peacock, London Road

Plymouth – The Britannia Inn, Wolseley Road

Preston – The Deepdale Hotel, St Georges Road

Reading – The Wellington Arms, Whitley Street

Rochdale – The Ratcliffe Arms, Sandy Lane

Scunthorpe – The Cocked Hat, Ferry Road

Sheffield – The Crown Inn, Albert Road; The Travellers Inn, Penistone Road North

Shrewsbury – The Dun Cow Inn, Abbey Foregate

Southampton – The Chapel Arms, Anglesea Terrace

Southend – The Spread Eagle, Victoria Avenue

Southsea – The Old Canal Inn, Shirley Avenue

Stockport – Ye Olde Vic, Chatham Street

Stoke-on-Trent – The Fox and Duck, Chell Street

Swansea – The Villiers Arms, Neath Road

Swindon – The County Ground Hotel, County Road

Tamworth – The Tweeddale Arms, Victoria Road

Walsall – The Royal Oak, Main Street

West Bromwich – The Vine, Roebuck Street; The Old Hop Pole Inn, High Street

Wigan – The Red Robin, Robin Park

Wolverhampton – The Goalpost, Waterloo Road

Yeovil – The Lamb and Lark, Duck Lane

York – The Pitchside Bar, Bootham Crescent

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