This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.
We’re delighted to announce the launch of a new partnership with goalsoul, purveyors of original, high quality, lovingly created t-shirts.
The ‘FSF by goalsoul’ collection is inspired by the universal theme of fandom. It’s about supporters, the collective, the strength that comes in numbers, and how that strength informs and transcends generation. As Jock Stein said, ‘Football is nothing without fans’.
‘FSF by goalsoul’ range (click on links below to view/purchase):
All t-shirts are now available from goalsoul online or via their flagship store in Sheffield. The ‘FSF by goalsoul’ collection retails at £25 but FSF members can get a fiver discount on this range (taking the cost down to £20) by entering the code ‘FSFGLSL14’ online.
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