Read more ...After more than one year of work on the project, the project group of FSE members is thrilled to be able to announce the date for the opening of the Fan.Tastic Females: the exhibition will be shown for the first time on the weekend of 7-9 September in Hamburg / Germany.

Further details will be made available as soon as possible. More info on the project and how you can get the exhibition to be shown in your city / country can be found on the freshly launched project website

Tuesday, 08 May 2018

Read more ...FSE Committee and staff members recently met in Paris in order to set tracks for the upcoming summer events and the next season.
Friday, 27 April 2018

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Iran is the only World Cup team that bans its own women from attending football matches.

Say NO to gender segregation in sport and sign our petition NOW! #Watch4Women

Thursday, 26 April 2018

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Football Supporters Europe is one of eleven partners of the Erasmus+ project LIAISE which recently kicked off in Prague / Czech Republic.

Football bodies, clubs and national supporters organisations from eight European countries are part of SD Europe’s latest Erasmus+ project, focusing on the development of the supporter liaison officer (SLO) role.

Thursday, 05 April 2018

Read more ...Football Supporters Europe (FSE) is happy to announce that this year’s Summer Network Meeting will take place in Gijón (Spain) from 19 to 22 July.

It will be hosted by UNIPES (Unión de Peñas Sportinguistas) and FASFE, the Spanish fans umbrella organisation.

Friday, 09 March 2018

Read more ...Below we are documenting an open letter addressed to FIFA and AFC by our friends of OpenStadiums, an initiative of female football fans fighting for their right to visit games.

Football Supporters Europe stands behind OpenStadiums and strongly supports their demands.

Thursday, 01 March 2018

Read more ...Supporters of FC Bayern München showed their solidarity with travelling fans of Beşiktaş Istanbul last week in Munich (Germany).

Beşiktaş fans, once again, were not allowed to buy tickets for their team’s visit to Munich for the 1st leg of the UEFA Champions League round of 16. Their club Beşiktaş JK is afraid any troubles linked to their supporters could lead to the club’s suspension from international matches, as it is on probation due to a UEFA disciplinary decision. FSE has reported before on the implications of this de facto travel ban.

Wednesday, 28 February 2018

Read more ...FSE Committee members and staff were on site visits in Gijón (Spain) and St. Pölten (Austria) for the FSE Summer Network Meeting (SNM) during the last few days.

In order to find the venue for the 2018 edition of the Summer Network Meeting, two FSE delegations visited the applicants, Wolfbrigade St. Pölten and UNIPES from Gijon. During their visits they met the local organizing team, checked the logistic possibilities as well as the venues where the meeting would be held.

Friday, 16 February 2018

Read more ...This season has seen a dramatic rise in ticket prices for away fans, culminating with FC Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain fans being charged 100 Euros in the group stage for their fixtures against Anderlecht.

Manchester United fans, meanwhile, have been charged the same for their upcoming fixture at Seville.

Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Read more ...FSE recently took part in its traditional UEFA Club Competition Finals preparatory visits in Lyon (France) and Kiev (Ukraine), together with UEFA delegates, local authorities and representatives from FSE member organisations.

Wednesday, 07 February 2018

Read more ...Over 70 participants from 17 countries gathered in Ljubljana (Slovenia) to discuss homophobia, prejudices and violence against LGBTIQs in the context of football and upcoming Mega Sport Events.

In Mid-November, FSE joined its partners in the “Queering football” Erasmus + project for the European Networking Conference “QUEERING FOOTBALL – Addressing Homophobia at Mega Sport Events” at the Faculty of Sport of the University of Ljubljana. 17 countries and 3 continents were represented by over 70 participants – including fans, activists, students, journalists, volunteers, practitioners, researchers, and representatives of NGO’s, sporting and public bodies, such as UEFA.

Thursday, 21 December 2017


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