This week, Torquay United have signalled they may be heading into administration becoming the latest non-league club to face serious problems in recent months.
The FSA has partnered with key rail industry and public authorities that make up the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) to help them understand the issues that matchgoers face when travelling by rail throughout the season.
This week we launched our women’s game survey – open to fans of the women’s game at all levels, whether season-ticket holder or casual TV watcher.
Sunday’s scenes at West Bromwich Albion v Wolves led to an immediate announcement of an FA investigation – and the FSA is keen to hear from supporters who were actually at the match so that your experiences are heard too.
Last week the Supporters Trust At Reading (STAR) told us the “one good thing” from the club’s crisis was the solidarity shown by rival supporters.
Last Saturday saw Port Vale fans chanting “You greedy b****s, get out of their club” as Reading fans invaded the pitch to make their thoughts on owner Dai Yongge clear.
Matchgoing fans being given impossible kick-off times by TV executives is one of the biggest themes of 2024 so far – and the FA Cup’s fourth round selections, published this week, have given matchgoing fans more headaches.
For the first time in living memory (as far as we can recall) the FA Cup third round got underway on a Thursday night with a late kick-off at Selhurst Park – highlighting once again issues with the tournament’s TV deal.
Well, before we get onto giving the latest round of European Super League nonsense a good kicking we’d like to wish all our lovely members a Merry Christmas. And you can’t get more festive than that.
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