Yesterday, Uefa’s Executive Committee outlined the post-2024 format and access list for European club competitions. While their decision falls short of our consistently stated aims, we welcome the changes to the initial proposals.Continue reading “FSE STATEMENT ON POST-2024 UCC REFORMS”
In the past weeks, the press has been awash with reports of yet more changes to the format of Uefa club competitions, which will be decided upon this week. This is a clear indication that the clubs and officials in charge of deciding the future of European football are still unable to agree on a common position—let alone one that will benefit all stakeholders.Continue reading “STOP UCC REFORMS NOW”
FSE is pleased to announce that Niamh O’Mahony has joined the Office as Chief Operating Officer (COO) & Head of Governance. Niamh brings with her a wealth of professional experience in the world of football, communication, and sports governance.Continue reading “NIAMH O’MAHONY JOINS FSE AS COO & HEAD OF GOVERNANCE”
Like all people associated with sport, the human rights of fans should be upheld, and governments and institutions across the sports ecosystem, such as event organising committees, have responsibilities to protect and respect them.Continue reading “FSE & CSHR LAUNCH FANS’ HUMAN RIGHTS GUIDE”
The super league fiasco proved that European sport is on the brink of catastrophe.
Decades of mismanagement has left countless clubs, communities, and competitions vulnerable to hostile takeovers by predatory investors whose only aim is to make money.Continue reading “EUROPEAN CITIZENS INITATIVE CALLS ON EU TO PROTECT FOOTBALL”