Football Supporters’ Association
The FSA is a democratic organisation representing the rights of football fans in England and Wales.
Formed from the merger of the Football Supporters’ Federation and Supporters Direct, the FSA is the democratic, representative body for supporters in England and Wales. FSA is the leading advocate 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. FSA can also offer legal advice to any supporter who believes they have been unfairly treated by stewards or the police. Full details of the FSA’s work can be found at www.thefsa.org.uk
The Supporters’ Club is an Affiliate Member of the Football Supporters’ Association.
Although the FSA no longer holds regional meetings, regular attendees at the old FSF Southern Division voted to continue holding meetings. The FSA Southern Region meetings are held three or four times a year, usually in the London area and are attended by supporters of clubs in a large area from Bristol City in the West, Norwich in the East, Watford in the North and Pompey and Brighton in the South. The Supporters’ Club is represented at these meetings by SC committee member Pam Wilkins.

Man Utd to see rail seats

Manchester club given go-ahead to install 1,500 rail seats at Old Trafford

Manchester United fans say they are delighted that the club has been given the green light to create a dedicated standing area at Old Trafford in another important development for the standing campaign – becoming the third such area to be installed in the Premier League after Wolves and Tottenham Hotspur.

The club’s managing director Richard Arnold said: “It may seem strange to talk about stadium plans at this time, but football and our fans will return when it is safe, and our preparations for that must continue in the background.”