Read more ...EFFC 2010 Reports are available for download!

 Due to the delay with the submission of some workshop reports and the relauch of our new website, we only made it now to make the report from our great European Fans’ Congress 2010 (EFFC) under the Spanish sun in Barcelona available for you for download!

Right in time to get you into the mood for this year’s event in Denmark, were hundreds of fans from across the continent will come  together again!

Monday, 16 May 2011

Read more ...FSE underlines its opposition to collective punishment.

The suggestion that Glasgow Rangers could be required to play one or more future European fixtures behind closed doors as part of sanctions imposed if allegations of sectarian chanting at recent games against PSV Eindhoven are upheld, has illustrated once again the problems with collective punishments.

Thursday, 21 April 2011

Read more ...Football Supporters Europe hereby expresses its support for the important work carried out by Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) in monitoring incidents of racism and sectarianism in European football. We reaffirm our opposition to all forms of racist, sectarian, sexist, homophobic and other discriminatory abuse within football.

Thursday, 21 April 2011

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Norwegian fans fight for fan-friendly kick-off times.

In view of the announcement of the due date for the next TV deal for football broadcasting in Norway, supporters from across the country started a successful nation-wide campaign called “Fotballihelgen” (Football at the weekends!), calling for fan-friendly kick-off times in Norwegian football.

Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Read more ...Swedish fans preparing to campaign against pending loss of fan ownership in Swedish football

At the Annual General Meeting in November 2010, the members of the national supporters federation in Sweden, the Svenska Fotboll Supporter Unionen (SFSU), decided that the preservation of the so-called 51 % rule would be their core issue for 2011. This rule ensures that a minimum of 51% of the club must be owned by club members and hence prevents private business from having overall control of the direction of the clubs they invest in (find more info on this via Supporters Direct).

Friday, 01 April 2011

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Brondby fans stop introduction of fingerprint ticketing system

This is what can be achieved if fans unite: through a very impressive and massively successful boycott of the derby match against Copenhagen FC on 20 March 2011 and accompanying actions, the fans of Brøndby IF in Denmark have prevented the introduction of a fingerprint ticketing system for their games.

 

Monday, 28 March 2011

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National fans’ organisation in England and Wales launches Safe Standing petition

The national fans’ organisation for England and Wales and FSE member, the Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) has launched a petition calling for a change of existing national legislation in favour of safe standing to be allowed in Premier League and Championship grounds.

 

Thursday, 24 March 2011

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FSE Fans’ Action 2010 – colourful events in Poland and Ukraine

In the framework of the Fans’ Embassy Go East Project, FSE supported seven Fans’ Action events in Poland and Ukraine, the host countries of EURO 2012. The successful activities were organised by football fans from Gdansk to Donetsk, including International tournaments, social activities and panel discussions.

Tuesday, 08 February 2011

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"Gegen Nazis" banner is not a crime - 4 "Frénétiks" cleared of all charges

On Thursday last week, the 4 fans of FC Metz were finally cleared of all charges

Tuesday, 08 February 2011

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"Gegen Nazis" banner is not a crime - 4 "Frénétiks" cleared of all charges

On Thursday last week, the 4 fans of FC Metz were finally cleared of all charges

Tuesday, 08 February 2011
Read more ...The final of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa was played a couple of days ago, the teams are on their summer holidays, the fans returned home and the German and English Fans' Embassy teams are back in their countries, too. It is time to look back at four weeks in South Africa, at two ambitious Fans' Embassy teams and to make a few critical comments.

Monday, 09 August 2010

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