Athletic Bilbao got away with one this week against La Liga minnows Granada, rescuing a point thanks to this very unfortunate series of events which somehow saw Luís Maximiano push the ball over his own line (1m 12s)
The FSA is the democratic, representative body for supporters in England and Wales. We are the leading advocates for supporter ownership, better fan engagement, cheaper ticket prices, the choice to stand at the match, protecting fan rights, good governance, diversity, and all types of fan empowerment.
The Annual Review is packed with articles and information looking back at our work throughout 2019-20. It includes chapters on the progress of our governance work and the launch of the Sustain The Game! campaign. There are also sections looking at our ongoing casework, community-owned clubs and the Fans for Diversity campaign.
Today is the 100th anniversary of the ban on women's football & 50 years since that ban was lifted.
To mark those anniversaries we've been promoting the women's game with fan groups in our Women's Game Network. Read more about that ongoing work here: https://t.co/qIIA6wuQHuhttps://t.co/ba1MkPQD1w01:36 PM Dec 5th
Multiple sources from today's @premierleague clubs’ meeting tell us the Crouch report was described as “emotional”. Not a word used about previous reports from men - e.g. Mellor, Burns, Whittingdale.
Sexism alive and well at the Premier League?
#FanLedReview06:51 PM Dec 3rd
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the first national supporter organisation emerging in England & Wales. To mark that anniversary we've produced a 40-page history looking back at some of the movement's biggest campaigns.
Download it here: https://t.co/QoIBObHHgz01:44 PM Dec 3rd