Football fans from across the UK to meet in Newcastle this Saturday (20th June, 10am-5.30pm) – come along and get involved! FREE EVENT
Are you fed up with the way our game is heading? Worried about ownership issues? Sick of being priced out and forced to sit at games? Tired of over-zealous policing & stewarding? Then get involved with the Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) today, make your voice heard and register for Fans’ Parliament!
As well as Saturday’s daytime event we have loads going on over the full weekend including a Saturday night FSF talk-in featuring ex-pros and journos, Friday night pub crawl, and five-a-side tournament. Read on for more details on our free events…
Fans’ Parliament takes place this Saturday, June 20th in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne (10am-5.30pm). The event is entirely free of charge and is open to members and non-members. Fans’ Parliament is the FSF’s annual conference, this year taking place in Newcastle for the first time – register now!
Register for Saturday’s Fans’ Parliament here. The Guardian’s David Conn is our guest speaker and will be followed by discussions on governance & ownership, ticket pricing, safe standing, diversity, and policing & stewarding.
Sign up here for the FSF’s talk-in on Saturday evening – with ex-pros and journos going head-to-head. Think Never Mind The Buzzcocks or QI but with football, banter and beer (7pm-9.30pm). Featuring John Anderson (ex-NUFC captain), Simon Crabtree (ex-SAFC commentator) and Emmerdale’s Charlie Hardwick amongst others.
Sunday sees the FSF’s five-a-side competition. If you fancy your chances and want to enter a team contact the FSF .
For further information on this week’s events visit the Fans’ Parliament homepage and if that doesn’t answer your query email the office: email@example.com or call 08702 777 777.
This year’s event – and Friday night pub crawl – is being hosted by the FSF’s Northeast Division and they would be delighted to see you along at their next local meeting. For more info email firstname.lastname@example.org .
We hope you can make what promises to be a great weekend.
Cheers – the FSF