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The FSA’s structure features a democratically-elected National Council which embeds within it fan representatives from clubs at Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two, non-league football and the women’s game.

As well as the above leagues, our community-owned club members also elect their own representatives.

Each of these networks are entitled to three elected representatives, with the responsibility with the networks to fill the positions.

Six individual fans are also elected and, in addition to this, associate organisations have their own representatives as does the Fans for Diversity network.

These fan representatives are selected by their own Networks which meet four times per season. All networks are entitled to three elected representatives, with the responsibility with those networks to fill the positions. Networks can set their own campaign priorities.

Individual members are entitled to attend the Network meetings along with associate and affiliate members. If your supporter group would like to find out more about FSA Networks please email [email protected] (subject header “Network meetings”) and we’ll pass your email onto the relevant network manager.

The Network representatives attend FSA National Council meetings which also includes the FSA chair and vice chair who are elected at our Annual General Meeting.

FSA National Council representatives:

  • Chair – Malcolm Clarke (Stoke City and York City)
  • Vice chair – Tom Greatrex (Fulham Supporters’ Trust)
  • Associate organisations – Ally Simcock (A Pint Of Vale), Frankie Harrington (Her Game Too), Malcolm Hirst (Love Football Hate Racism)
  • Championship – Roger Ellis (Sky Blues Trust), Steve Turner (Millwall Supporters’ Club), Peter Tarbitten (Hull City Supporters’ Trust)
  • Co-opted representatives – Paul Corkrey (FSA Cymru / Wales Fans’ Embassy)
  • Community-owned clubs Network – Andrew Madaras (Dunstable Town), Neil le Milliere (Exeter City Supporters Trust), Tim Hillyer (Dons Trust)
  • Fans for Diversity – Chris Paouros (Proud Lilywhites), James Laley (Rainbow Blades), Sachin Patel (Spurs REACH)
  • Individual representatives – Christine Seddon, Jamie Dapaah, Kat Law, Nigel Davidson, Tony Wilkinson
  • League One & League Two – Heather Alderson (Charlton Athletic Supporters Trust), Ian Bridge (Bolton Wanderers Supporters’ Trust), James Young (Robins Trust)
  • National Game – Matthew Kempson (North Ferriby United), Richard Tomkins (Hereford United Supporters’ Trust), Sarah Stelling (York City Supporters Trust)
  • Premier League – Joe Blott (Spirit of Shankly), Neil Dady (Wolves 1877 Trust), Sarah Keig (Fulham Supporters’ Trust)
  • Women’s Game – Jude Morris-King (Manchester City Women FC Official Supporters Club), Rachel Major (The Gang:England), Sian Wallis (Proud Lilywhites)

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FSA News

Wolves trigger Premier League VAR vote

Wolverhampton Wanderers will trigger a vote on VAR at next month’s Premier League Annual General Meeting. The club are calling for VAR to be removed entirely in time for the start of the 2024/25 season. 

FSA view on FA Cup replays? Keep them!

The FA’s decision to scrap FA Cup replays in all rounds of the competition has been met with what can only be described as anger by many EFL and non-league clubs, football figures and supporters at all levels of the game. 

Fan reps meet FA executives – Spring 2024

Fan representatives from the men’s and women’s game met with senior FA officials at Wembley last month to discuss a range critical issues.

PL price rises: Supporter groups hit out

The noise around home ticket prices continues to increase as Chelsea Supporters’ Trust (CST) and groups at Manchester City have hit out at their own clubs for bumping up prices and squeezing concessions. 

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  • The Football Association
  • Premier Leage Fans Fund

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