Read more ...The group stage of EURO 2016 showed that much fewer problems occurred wherever authorities cooperated constructively with leading fan groups from the Fans Embassies as part of the solution and facilitated a good atmosphere for the majority, especially at high-risk matches. We call for a reinforcement of a sincere dialogue with supporters’ representatives in order to foster the early prevention of troubles for the rest of this UEFA EURO 2016.

Friday, 24 June 2016

Read more ...We are hereby documenting the statement from the national umbrella of Croatian national team fans on events in Saint-Etienne at their match against Czech Republic on 17 June at EURO 2016 where Croatian supporters were seen fighting inside the stands, throwing pyro on the pitch, almost seriously injuring a steward with a banger that went off when he wanted to clear it off the pitch.

We believe it is extremely important to take their views and work into account for an appropriate assessment of events in Saint-Etienne and would hope that any UEFA sanction would award this proactive commitment against hooliganism from the side of fans accordingly. Find their statement below:

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Read more ...In the following, you can find statements from the supporters running the Fans Embassy England from the Football Supporters Federation (FSF) and the Fans Embassy Russia who were on the ground in Marseille and first hand witnesses of the violence happening in the city around matchday. Both serve as a very useful reminder that, as we have long argued as football fans from across Europe, you should never judge a whole nation’s fans on the basis of the behaviour of a small minority. Read their full statements here:

Statement from the Fans’ Embassy Russia:

 “The Fans’ Embassy Russia team expresses its regret about the situation with riots involving Russian fans in Marseille. We strongly believe that such behaviour is not the norm for our citizens who are traveling to support the Russian national team in France. We are very sorry for those English people who have been injured and are now in hospital. We wish them the fastest recovery.

Sunday, 12 June 2016

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The RESPECT FAN CULTURE - Fans Embassies start their services for supporters on the opening day of EURO 2016.

On June 10 the French Fans Embassy will be the first of 18 RESPECT FAN CULTURE Fans Embassies run by Football Supporters Europe (FSE). It will provide information and advice to supporters and will be located near the Stade de France.

Friday, 10 June 2016

Read more ...The 7th Update of the FSE Fans Guide App (#FansGuideApp) now features almost 190 clubs, cities and stadia, and special info on the UEFA EURO 2016 host cities! It is now available for download in the app stores.

Thousands of fans have downloaded the app since its launch in autumn 2013 and submitted loads of additional feedback and ideas.

Thursday, 09 June 2016

Read more ...The new issue of the FSE Fanzine REVIVE THE ROAR is out now! This fifth edition ‘All Colours are Beautiful’ features articles by supporters from many European countries and is a special edition featuring anti-discrimination initiatives carried out by fans across Europe.

The FSE fanzine has been produced as one of our contributions to the EU funded programme “QUEERING FOOTBALL - Tackling Homophobia and Promoting Anti-Discrimination around EURO 2016”.

Wednesday, 08 June 2016

Read more ...For the first time ever, there will be a cooperation between the Daniel Nivel Foundation and the supporter organisation „Football Supporters Europe“ (FSE) at EURO 2016. In the context of the project “RESPECT FAN CULTURE – Fans’ Embassies at EURO 2016”, both organisations aim at promoting preventative, hospitable conditions and supporter dialogue for the fans of the national teams at EURO 2016 and beyond in France.

The DANIEL NIVEL FOUNDATION was established in 2000, after police officer Daniel Nivel was critically injured by German hooligans during the World Cup in June 1998 in France. FIFA, UEFA as well as the German football association DFB and the French football federation FFF are involved in the foundation. Since its formation, the organisations’ activities were dedicated to different measures around the research on football-related violence and the promotion of new, preventative concepts of supporter dialogue, in particular the dialogue between fans and police via so-called “Future Workshops”, as well as the creation of hospitable conditions for supporters.

Tuesday, 07 June 2016

Read more ...A network meeting of the FSE Anti-Discrimination network (ADD) will take place on 4 & 5 JUNE 2016 in Paris / France, organised jointly with our colleagues from the Queering Football initiative.

On 4 JUNE 2016 we want to bring together fans and initiatives, involved in refugee solidarity work in and around football. On 5 JUNE 2016 there will be the next meeting of the anti-discrimination division (ADD) of FSE, which will involve fans from all over Europe from the FSE membership, who are actively organising activities against discrimination in football. The meetings are part of the project 'Queering Football', which is co-funded by the European Commission under the ERASMUS+ Sport Programme.

Thursday, 02 June 2016

Read more ...40 volunteers and Fans’ Embassies staff met in Paris from 27 to 29 May in order to get the latest information on their job during the tournament and to train their skills.

The last event for RESPECT FAN CULTURE - Fans’ Embassies at EURO 2016 and their numerous volunteers ahead of the tournament took place in Paris/France where Football Supporters Europe (FSE) and Concordia welcomed more than 40 attendees for training sessions in the fields of fan hosting, security and media work. The participants were also given latest information about the situations in the different EURO 2016 host cities.

Wednesday, 01 June 2016

Read more ...Travelling to the UEFA Club Competition Finals in Basel or Milano? Get the latest info and download the official UEFA fan leaflets here! Or check out the latest update of our FSE Fans’ Guide App and get all stadium and match day info, available offline on your smartphone!

For a number of years now, FSE has been in a dialogue with UEFA on fan arrangements at the Europa and Champions League finals, discussions ranging from ticket pricing and allocations to communications on fan-driven choreos and general fan arrangements for the match.

Friday, 13 May 2016

Read more ...Football Supporters Europe continues to collect much-needed donations through its #secondfanshirt campaign.

Supporters donate team shirts, which are then sold on online, and the funds collected are then donated to fan-led campaigns welcoming refugees to Europe. This month the FSE Committee decided to make contributions of 1000 euros each to two groups from Austria and Scotland.

Thursday, 21 April 2016

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