FSF survey

by | 9 Jun 2017 | 0 comments

The Football Supporters Federation are conducting a National Supporters Survey to assess the state of the game and its fans. It is the largest of its kind and canvasses the views of supporters up and down the country.  The last time they did a similar survey was in 2012, when they received responses from more than 4,000 supporters from 130 different clubs and found that:

  • 51.2% and 58.5% had watched a match via illegal streams in a pub or at home on the internet respectively
  • Only 12.4% thought holding FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley Stadium was a good idea
  • A large majority of supporters agreed that video technology should be used to help referees (79.9%)

Click here to read more and to take part in the survey.


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