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Extortionate tickets, no standing, warm, overpriced beer… football’s really coming home.

The big Champions League Final will take place very soon - a German final in Wembley Stadium in London. For all the lucky people who got a ticket for this match, the FSF provides a Ground guide to make this visit as easy and pleasant as possible. Here you can find important information about the final and the city of London itself. Where can we go to have a drink? How can I get around London in the most inexpensive and easiest way? What is the name of the station at the Wembley stadium? What do I have to see, visit or do in London?

Tuesday, 14 May 2013

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One hour from Vienna, the capital of Slovakia, in a really nice hotel, with wonderful weather, the “Freekick for Equality” conference took place from the 26th of April till the 28th of April. All Partners of the chief organisator and FSE-member FairPlay and many other people from organisations, which are fighting against discrimination, were there to talk about different experiences, get together and make new encouraging contacts to other organisations having the same goal. 120 participants from different countries in Europe came to Bratislava.

Before the actual conference, the meeting with all the partners, who were part of the whole project, like FSE, took place. They gave feedback and talked about the last steps of the project execution.

Monday, 06 May 2013

In view of the fact, that payment with Mastercard will double the chances in the ballot for the ticket allocation to the general public for the Champions League Final ticket sales 2013 at Wembley, the position of FSE on the issue is as follows:

Monday, 18 February 2013

Read more ...The fan initiative „Fußballfans gegen Homophobie“(FfgH) visited fans of Croatian first league club NK Zagreb as starting point for their international tour under the label „Football fans against homophobia“

„Fußballfans gegen Homophobie“ is a Germanwide network of football fans from more than 40 different clubs and was found as an initiative of the fans department of football club Tennis Borussia Berlin, in cooperation with the project SOCCER SOUND" of the lesbian and gay association Berlin-Brandenburg. The initiative „Fußballfans gegen Homophobie“ started in Berlin in June 2011 and was touring through grounds all over Germany (including several first- and second- league clubs) with a big purple banner with the inscription „Fußballfans gegen Homophobie“ („Footballfans against homophobia“), to take a stand against homophobia.

Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Read more ...Supporters from Belarus and Germany are demonstrating solidarity. Let's collectively support something that deserves acknowledgement!

A small, special football club from Minsk, the capital of Belarus, a country where oppression and governmental violence against its own civilians is a sad reality, is coming on tour to four different German cities - upon initiative from the fans themselves.

Monday, 18 February 2013

Read more ...FSE members from Queer Football Fanclubs hold their 12th international conference in Duisburg

There was plenty of passion for the game as the gay and lesbian football fans from QFF met last weekend. Over three days the 85 delegates and represenatitves of FSE, FARE and BAFF discussed many topics as well enjoying a party. The event was organised by the Rainbow Zebras, the LGBT Fanclub of Duisburg football team MSV. Duisburgs mayor Osenger and the president of MSV, Kirmse also spoke at the conference of 22 fan clubs from Germany and Switzerland. 

Tuesday, 26 March 2013


Read more ......From the 2nd meeting of the FSE Consultation Group on Supporters Charters.  

On a sunny but cold day in Hamburg, it was again time to get together. On 11-12 February the working group for the FSE Handbook on Supporters Charters met to discuss the first draft and amend controversial points, if necessary. 

Friday, 15 February 2013

 

Read more ...Tartan Army Sunshine Appeal has to have something to do with Scotland and football. Yes, it does! It´s the longest running charity funded by Scotland football fans. The word sunshine in their name underlines that they want “to bring a little sunshine to the lifes of children whose countries were visited by the Tartan Army on tour”. The Tartan Army Sunshine Appeal is collecting money to donate it to a children´s charity in the countries, where the national team of Scotland plays. For 10 years now!

Friday, 22 March 2013
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Finally: a wave of supporters' protests unleashes in England.

Anfield, Old Trafford oder White Hart Lane – these are only three names of football's dreamy castles. Every football supporter thinking of them probably gets shiny eyes. But they are dreamy castles, you can hardly afford anymore. For years, it seemed as if English supporters had accepted the fact to cultivate their fan culture not inside the stands but solely in the pub nearby the stadium. Confronted with ticket prices at GBP 60 (approx.. EUR 69) onwards though, this is an understandable reaction.

But now, organised protest is kicking-off and for the first time, after a long time, it's also raising public attention. 

Friday, 15 February 2013

 

Read more ...Within the framework of the ProSupporters project, FSE wants to create a European handbook on Supporters Charters. In our opinion, contrary to the general belief, a Supporters Charter shouldn´t be a code of conduct, but a negotiated agreement between fans and clubs. In the Supporters Charter, they define their relation and positions towards each other on equal footing. As a result, mutual understanding should be enhanced, as opposed to the often feared creation of more restrictions.

That’s why the consultation group that worked on the handbook, which will be published in June 2013, was compiled by a balanced representation of both sides, so of fans representatives and that of different institutions of football across Europe. Many of you may think that the meeting was full of controversies, but: far from it! Even for us at FSE, it was really surprising how much support there was for our definition of supporters charters on both sides. All parties consider it a real chance and a tool for improving the relation between supporters and clubs.

If you don’t believe it, here you have a few statements – first from the fans´ point of view.

And these are the statement of the involved representatives from the different football institutions.

Thursday, 28 February 2013
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Kick-off times in modern football at “its best”: AS Roma supporters are appalled in view of fan-unfriendly kick-off times for their team this season. Nothing new for many football supporters. FSE members from MyROMA, a supporters trust initiative, now have taken action to voice their protest.

We are hereby documenting their open letter sent to various football bodies and institutions:

"From September on, we have received hundreds of messages from our members and supporters asking why the AS Roma should always play in the evening. MyROMA felt compelled to send the below letter to ask for clarification and to make clear to decision-makers that the situation is no longer tenable, but that especially the kick-off times keep away the families, and contradict respective statements made by those in charge that families were so important.

Friday, 15 February 2013

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