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Supporters donate team shirts, which are then sold on online, and the funds collected are then donated to fan-led campaigns welcoming refugees to Europe. This month the FSE Committee decided to make a contribution of 1000 Euros to “Football For All”.
The 9th edition of the #EFFC2017 will take place in both cities from 6 to 9 July 2017.
From 6 to 9 July 2017, Football Supporters Europe (FSE) will gather in the North of Belgium. Register now and start planning your trip to enjoy famous Belgian beers & fries - and meet fan activists from the FSE network and beyond.
Where there are books or interviews about a football fanbase, women are very rarely the ones telling the story. Likewise, female fans are hardly ever in the center of any legendary fan stories. Much more often, however, the absence of women inside the stands is an issue of both positive and negative comments in football. But is this really reflecting reality?
First fan groups from across Europe show interest in their use.
Staff from the Coordinating Office of Football Supporters Europe (FSE) travelled to Belgium at the end of November in order to check venues and accommodation.
As Daniela Wurbs is leaving the organization and Ronan Evain is taking over as our new CEO, the meeting had a singular importance since new strategies for the future of the organisation were discussed.
Ronan, who has his roots in the active supporters’ movement in France, has worked as an academic and an electoral expert. In 2015 he joined FSE as our project manager for the RESPECT FAN CULTURE – Fans’ Embassies project which he successfully led before and during EURO 2016 in France.
The move followed a development of increasing prohibition of pyrotechnical devices in Norwegian football by some police and fire brigades claiming that the devices weren’t designed for the use inside football stadia. Other than that, the general use of pyrotechnics is generally allowed for supporters under controlled conditions in Norwegian stadia.
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