Basket
×

Your basket

Join The FSA

Who should the Football League make its official charity? Have your say!

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and Supporters Direct merged to become the FSA in 2019 – so this page may contain hyperlinks that do not work and/or have missing files. Our archived pages are not maintained and will not be updated.

If you are seeking a document regarding training or the development of your supporters’ organisation, please visit the live training and resource section of our website. if you need further assistance email: [email protected]

We all know there’s an altruistic streak running through football fans – who else in society gives up so much of their free time and money to cheering on others after all! Here at the FSF we believe doing your bit is important, we get many requests every year to donate or give time and money to various charities but unfortunately there’s not always enough hours in the day to help everyone.

So as an organisation, with guidance from our National Council and individual members, we choose a nominated charity every year – this year it’s the Homeless World Cup.

The Football League has chosen to take a similar course of action and would like you to help them decide which charity they should select as their official charity partner for 2009/10.

Listed below are 5 charities for you to choose from – you can read through details of each charity and vote by clicking this link to the Football League’s website.

  • Care of Police Survivors (COPS)
  • Everyman
  • Help For Heroes
  • Marie Curie Cancer Care
  • The Bobby Moore Fund

Voting closes on Wednesday September 9th. From the top two as voted by fans, the Football League Board will select the winner and announce the result on Friday September 11th.

Related Articles

Lewes FC: Supporters should have a say in sale of women’s team

Lewes FC have been in supporter ownership for 13 years and, during that time, they have been at the forefront of promoting women’s football – it’s a legacy of which the club and its supporters are justifiably proud.

Fan-led Review: Have your say

Ahead of the publication of its interim report later this month, the Government’s Fan-led Review into football governance is calling on individual supporters to have their say.

Prime minister: “We should have an independent regulator for football”

Boris Johnson has given his backing to an independent regulator for football, ahead of his own Government’s official response to the Fan-led Review of Football Governance.

Fan-led review: Fans in League One & Two have their say

Yesterday supporters from fan groups in the FSA’s League One & Two Network gave evidence to the government’s fan-led review. The chair, Tracey Crouch MP, and the rest of the panel heard from a number of supporters’ trusts and fan groups about the big issues in the third and fourth tiers.

Funding partners

  • The Football Association
  • Premier Leage Fans Fund

Partners

  • Gamble Aware
  • Co-operatives UK
  • FSE
  • Kick It Out
  • Level Playing Field
  • Living Wage Foundation
  • Pledgeball