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Maybe you´ve experienced a situation like this before: over many weeks, you wait eagerly for the European draw of your team, you start planning your trip, you check out hostels, pubs, stadium rules, drinking laws and you realize that to be properly prepared for your football trip, you have to retrieve your info from loads of different places and platforms. And on top of that, most of the information is only available in a language you can´t even understand.

Wednesday, 20 August 2014


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Fans in Turkey unite during the first Turkish Fan Symposium in Istanbul 

Supporters from across the country met at the first Turkish Fan Symposium with participation and support from international guests and prominent experts and representatives of the Turkish world of sport. 

Friday, 15 August 2014

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Our colours are different but the problems are the same - Turkish Fan symposium takes place in Istanbul on the 2nd and 3rd of August

On the 2nd and 3rd of August, the first Turkish fan symposium will take place at Maltepe Belediyesi - Türkan Saylan Kültür Merkezi  in Istanbul / Turkey. The symposium aims at gathering all fans who believe that supporters are not a part of the problem, but an integral part of the solution, and who believe that another fan culture in the stadium is possible.

Monday, 28 July 2014

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7th European Football Fans Congress in Italy

For the last three days, football fans from 35 countries discussed the current situation for fans in Europe at the 7th European Football Fans Congress in Bosco Albergati / Italy (near Bologna). FSE is the independent democratic network of football supporters across Europe currently representing more than 3 million football supporters in 45 countries and its annual European Football Fans Congress is the ideal platform for fans to improve the exchange between active fans all over Europe.

Sunday, 06 July 2014

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European Football Fans Congress due to kick-off at the World Cup 2014 … in Italy

Football fans from more than 35 countries are coming together from 3 to 6 July in Bosco Albergati (near Bologna) in Italy. In various workshops, they are going talk about problems fans have to put up with but also about potential or existing solutions.  The event is organised by the European fans network Football Supporters Europe (FSE) and takes place in a different country every year. This time, the Fans Congress is organised jointly with UISP and the TifoMagazine  in the context of the world’s biggest anti-racist football festival, the Mondiali Antirazzisti which will again see thousands of participants from all over the world.

Friday, 27 June 2014

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The 3rd Update of the FSE Fans Guide App (#FanGuideApp) is now available for free download on the FSE website and via app stores. It is an independent not for profit project created and developed by fans for fans. All information has been provided by football fans in order to support each other.

Friday, 06 June 2014

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The 2nd Update of the FSE Fans Guide App (#FanGuideApp) now features almost 140 clubs, cities and stadia, and special info on the UEFA Champions and Europa League finals in Turin and Lisbon! 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.


Monday, 12 May 2014

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Football Supporters Europe (FSE) fully supports the campaigns of its members in Turkey against the e-ticket-system known as “PASSOLIG”.

E-Tickets or any similar systems in football often claim to have good intentions and to strengthen loyalty, but end up causing more problems. It’s like having a nice garden with a very few bad seeds, and to take away the bad seeds you use weed remover, and kill the whole garden in the process.

Friday, 02 May 2014

Read more ...…in Italy!

Since quite a few of us won’t be able to or don’t follow the World Cup in Brazil or might fancy a prolonged World Cup despite their team being knocked out and since you, at the same time, would naturally not want to miss the EFFC, we thought we provide you with the perfect solution for this year: 

From 3-6 July 2014, Football Supporters Europe (FSE) will host its annual European Football Fans’ Congress (EFFC) in Bosco Albergati near Bologna in Italy.

Following a proposal from FSE members amongst the fans in Italy, we invite you to come over to Parco Di Bosco Albergati near Bologna where the European Football Fans’ Congress from 3-6 July 2014 will join forces with the biggest anti-racist football festival world-wide, the Mondiali Antirazzisti,  for the first and probably only time ever.

You can expect various EFFC panels and workshops on fan topics, info stalls, exhibitions, as well as a unique football tournament with more than 200 teams, other sporting competitions, football film and World Cup match screenings, concerts and much more for you to take part in and enjoy together with football fans from across Europe!

SAVE THE DATE and prepare your trip and send us your ideas for workshops and programme items until 15 March 2014 to !

We want to see you at the World Cup in Italy!

Registrations for the event and further info will be available in April 2014! 


Read more ...…in Italy!

Since quite a few of us won’t be able to or don’t follow the World Cup in Brazil or might fancy a prolonged World Cup despite their team being knocked out and since you, at the same time, would naturally not want to miss the EFFC, we thought we provide you with the perfect solution for this year: 

Saturday, 01 March 2014

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We hereby document the statement and call for action from our members MyROMA in Italy regarding recent sanctions against their club AS Roma on the grounds of so-called territorial discrimination:

#TiAmoMaNonEntro (#ILoveYouButI'mStayingOutside): Roma fans, please leave the stadium empty at Roma-Inter. ASRoma are the fans, so it's inconceivable playing a game without their support. MyRoma, the ASRoma Supporters Trust, doesn't claim to speak on others' behalf, but we would like to invite all fans to reflect on this absurd regulation.

Don't let the media mislead you! 

Thursday, 20 February 2014


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