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The FSA makes its debut… in Football Manager

Football Manager 2022 has arrived and the Football Supporters’ Association is delighted to make its debut in the legendary management sim.

The new partnership complements existing information from our supporter networks that already features in the game and will see the FSA logo pop-up as pitchside adverts.

We’re always looking for ways to promote supporter activism and, given the depth of Football Manager’s realism, it’s entirely fitting that the FSA should appear in-game.

The FSA isn’t the first campaigning organisation to appear in Football Manager – our friends at Kick It Out have long-featured while Women In Football’s branding also appears in 2022.

Such are the lengths that the game’s developers go to for realism nowadays, Football Manager even includes fan-elected directors

And that is much to the excitement of FSA Board member and Grimsby Town supporter director Kristine “Cool Mum” Green. Ahem…

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