Read more ...In view of the resolution on FIFA adopted at the European Football Fans' Congress in July 2011, calling for FIFA to improve governance and transparency inside the organisation in view of recent scandals, we feel committed to inform our membership herewith of our latest activities on this issue:

Following a joint letter of FSE and our members Supporters Direct to FIFA in November 2011, FSE was last week invited by FIFA's General Secretary Jérôme Valcke and Mark Pieth from the Basle Institute on Governance to take part in an Independent Governance Committee (IGC) to oversee the work of four internal FIFA Task Forces working on recommendations for FIFA's governance reform.

Friday, 16 December 2011

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Dear Members of the Scottish Parliament,

As Football Supporters Europe (FSE), we are hereby writing to you regarding the above legislation.

Football Supporters Europe (FSE) welcomes the willingness of the Scottish government to address the issues of prejudice, sectarianism and hate crimes, both in society in general and as they manifest themselves in football. The number of high-profile incidents of abuse, threats and acts of violence and intimidation over recent months has raised public awareness of the issue, and we believe that the intentions behind the proposed legislation to tackle the problem are to be commended.

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

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FSE Statement

11 November 2011 is going to be the National Independence Day in Poland. Wroclaw and Warsaw, Host Cities of UEFA EURO2012 will not be only hosts of a big official parade celebrating the day in Warsaw though or to a Poland vs Italy friendly in Wroclaw with FSE Fans' Embassies organised by fans for fans.

Wednesday, 09 November 2011

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Norwegian fans succeeded in struggle against Monday matches!

With the huge impact of commercial success in football, match-going supporters are often facing the feeling that their needs are ignored. To many it seems that the game is becoming something like a toy of broadcasting companies who buy the rights to live broadcasting of leagues and competitions. These companies then tend to be given influence on fixture lists totally for their own benefits, which leads to fans' missing games, e.g. because of short term changes of fixtures. But especially the introduction of Monday games poses one of the biggest problems for fans all across Europe.

Tuesday, 08 November 2011

Ukraine ahead of Poland…or not?

Better late than never! Against all the odds and rumors about the lack of progress with the tournament organisation, seven out of eight football stadia in Poland and Ukraine are finally finished. And whilst the new FK Karpaty Stadium in Lviv will be the last Ukrainian stadium to be inaugurated as host venue of EURO2012 on 29 October 2011, the building works in Warsaw are still in progress with the opening being expected at some stage in February. But just like the entire preparations for these first European Championships in Eastern Europe up until now, the construction works and stadium openings again featured  some yet unforeseen curiosities…

Thursday, 20 October 2011

Read more ...The international anti-corruption NGO Transparency International (TI) is calling FIFA to take swift action on the basis of a catalogue of recommendations for comprehensive governance reforms.

Monday, 19 September 2011

Read more ...Since the introduction of the fan ID card called Tessera del Tifosi in Italy in the 2010/2011 season, numerous fans have reported that attendances have dropped significantly whilst problems with violence, which are supposed to be tackled with the introduction of the fan ID card, remain.  AS Roma fans organized in the MyRoma Supporters Trust which is also an FSE member, now managed to convince their club management to sell this year’s season tickets without the fan ID card. However, the Italian authorities weren’t happy when they heard that....

Thursday, 11 August 2011

Read more ...In order to demonstrate their ability to self-regulate responsibly, ultra groups across Germany have agreed with the German FA to stop the usage of pyrotechnics for the first matches of this Bundesliga season until 22 August inclusive.

Thursday, 11 August 2011

The annual FARE Action Weeks are due to take place again from 12-25 October 2011. Take a stand against discrimination and celebrate the contribution we all make to football, wherever we live, whatever our connection to the game, or our background.

The FARE network wants to encourage fans groups, NGOs, minority groups and grassroots clubs to take part with their activities.

Thursday, 11 August 2011

Read more ...Around 300 football fans from over 30 countries gathered this weekend in Copenhagen and Brondby for their yearly European Football Fans’ Congress.

The Congress discussed Fans and the media, Football and violence, Good hosting of fans, and  preparations for Euro 2012. The workshops led to proposals for concrete actions to be realised during the coming football season.

Monday, 04 July 2011
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Read more ...The indefinite closure of five premier league stadia and away travel bans for fans across entire leagues: these are part of a package of repressive measures taken by the Polish government last week after increasing public pressure from across Europe in view of the approaching EURO 2012.

Friday, 20 May 2011

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