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Women’s game: We’re here to help!

Fixture clashes, inaccessible stadiums, signing up to multiple clubs’ websites to buy tickets… these are just some of the issues being faced by supporters in the women’s game and starting to be tackled by our fledgling women’s game network.

A key aim for our women’s game network is to try to increase fan engagement and promoting the involvement of supporters in decision making at their clubs.

Everyone wants to increase attendance in the women’s game but currently there aren’t many structures in place for supporters and this has a real impact on the matchday experience, as well as the appetite to attend women’s games.

The FSA women’s game network is here to help.

Currently 75% of the Women’s Super League clubs have a supporters group in our network and we continue to push for more groups to set up and join across the FA Women’s Championship and FA Women’s National League.

If your club has a supporters group already we’d urge you to join them, if you do not have one think about getting together with some more supporters to join one. Supporters matter.

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