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Women’s game supporters survey launched

Today the FSA are launching a survey which will document the attitudes and experiences of fans of women’s football across a wide range of issues throughout the women’s game.

The survey, which builds on our survey first conducted in 2022, will capture a comprehensive picture on everything from your matchday experiences to thoughts on TV broadcasting; your views on how your club engages with its fanbase to on-the-pitch issues and competition structure, and everything in between.

The data will be used not only the FSA but shared in our meetings with the major stakeholders in the women’s game, and be made available to our member supporter groups to help their work at a local level.

The survey is open to anyone who supports a team in the women’s game, from the Super League to the National League and beyond, as well as those who are followers of the women’s game in general.

It doesn’t matter if you’re a season-ticket holder, someone who just goes to the occasional game or watches on TV, or just someone who roots for the women’s equivalent your men’s team; we want the views of all types of fans from the women’s game to make this the most comprehensive set of data possible.

The survey should take no more than around 10-15 minutes to complete – and you can do so here.

The FSA’s head of women’s football Deborah Dilworth said: “We are excited to launch the second edition of the women’s game supporters survey to get a feel for what matters to fans at all levels of the game.

“We are keen for as many supporters up and down the pyramid as possible to complete it, to get the most comprehensive picture possible of supporters views on a whole range of topics.”

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  • Premier Leage Fans Fund

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