FSA: Pitch incursions – an end of season recap
Pitch incursions are a hot topic once again and have been all over our screens in the past week, with a number of incidents in the Premier League, EFL play-off semi-finals, and non-league drawing widespread condemnation.
There’s been lots of calls for clampdowns amid a media panic, but this week the FSA has laid out its response.
We know that many thousands of fans will have jumped on the pitch in the past week with nothing but positive intentions – but they might still be charged with a criminal offence. They’ve already been contacted by one fan in that position.
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