Writer: Site Staff
Date:Tuesday July 14 2009
Communication from the Football Fans Federation.
FSF fans survey - your opinions wanted!
The Football Supporters Federation have launched the National Fans Survey
We're seeking the views of all fans on all facets of the match-going experience - from policing and ticket pricing to the effects of TV scheduling and views on safe standing. Our survey will run to the start of the season, so there's still time to make sure your views are heard.
Our members and recipients of Fan Mail have had the chance to have their say on the state of the game, but now it's your turn. You may well have seen news of our survey popping up on various internet forums in recent days.
We want to hear from as many of you as possible, to better inform our campaigns going in to the new season and to get an accurate picture of the views of match-going fans.
In little over a week we've had nearly 5,000 responses to our questions, which as far as we're aware will make this one of the largest fans surveys of its type ever conducted. There's still plenty of time to register your views, and you can do so by visiting our online fans survey - (click here). It will take around 10 minutes to complete, and we're grateful for everyone's contributions, whether you're a fan of a Premier League team or non-league, a season ticket holder or a one game a season fan.
To get news of FSF initiatives like this first, sign up for our monthly 'Fan Mail' email bulletin, which delivers information on FSF campaigns and activities to your inbox at the beginning of every month. Simply follow the link on the left hand side of the page, and we'll make sure you're the first to hear from us.
Date:Tuesday July 14 2009
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