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FSE FANS GUIDE APP – 3rd UPDATE WITH SPECIAL INFORMATION FOR THE WORLD CUP 2014 IN BRAZIL!

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.

WHAT IS NEW IN THE FSE FANS GUIDE APP?

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 info@fanseurope.org !

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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FSE FANS GUIDE APP – 1st UPDATE OUT NOW!

The 1st Update of the FSE Fans Guide App now features almost 100 clubs and new, useful functions, and is now available for download in the app stores. Thousands of fans have downloaded the app since its launch in autumn 2013 and submitted additional feedback. This is why the new app version includes even more essential info on clubs, cities and stadia with useful tips submitted by fans for fans from all across the continent, all dedicated to making the life of travelling football fans even easier than before! And, of course, the main quality characteristics of our app project are still valid: it is an independent non-profit project, by fans, for fans. All essential info provided in the app is available offline and for free – and entirely subjective. Fans are supporting each other via the FSE Fans’ Guide app by sharing their knowledge about their teams, cities and clubs.

Monday, 10 February 2014

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The English Premier League, the Football League and the FA have launched an educational campaign on the dangers of pyro in football grounds. The Football Supporters Federation (FSF) as the biggest national supporters federation in England and Wales supports the campaign. Kevin Miles, Chief Executive of the FSF and a long-term FSE Committee member explains why they do that and what this has to do with pyro in football in Europe.

Monday, 13 January 2014

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Reggiana was the first team in Italy to build and to be owner of their own stadium, in 1995. Now, after the bankrupcy of 2005, the stadium has been bought by Mapei, owner of serie A team Sassuolo, a team of a different city. Now Reggiana are guest in their own stadium, which was even paid for by Reggiana fans, amongst others. A sad story of modern football and the consequences for fans. 

Friday, 10 January 2014

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Support the “HSV Not For Sale!” Campaign!

The Bundesliga has been the best-attended league in Europe for nine seasons in a row now. Football supporters across Europe increasingly look at the Bundesliga as an example. Although some things might be far from perfect also there, German fans can still enjoy many things that other fans have long lost in football back home: relatively low ticket prices, safe standing areas, the possibility to organise great choreographies …and the rest. Many of these things would have been impossible to preserve, without supporters and their fellow club members having a say in how their clubs are run, unless they vote otherwise. The football club belongs to the members – a right that is denied to the vast majority of football supporters in other countries, and should not be given up lightly.

Wednesday, 04 December 2013

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…in the FSE Fans Action Shop!

With the Fans’ Action Shop, FSE has launched an online shop which is completely devoted to football fans’ activism! Get yourself a t-shirt or cotton bags to demonstrate fan unity, bum bags for fan-friendly kick-off times, key rings for passionate football fans, fanzines to study or just make a donation!

Wednesday, 04 December 2013

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