Non-League Day 13th October 2012

This years Non-League Day will be on 13th October 2012, according to the weekly email update from The Football Supporters Federation.   The results of the FSF’s fans survey are also in including opinions on safe standing, policing, salary caps and of course ticket pricing.

Anyone wishing to sign up to an organisation that has helped and represented the interests and legal rights of so many fans over the years should follow the links and sign up.  Here are two examples from this weeks email update.

What are you doing for Non League Day 2012?

The FSF is very pleased to support Non-League Day which takes place on Saturday 13th October. NLD is a celebration of football outside of the 92 league sides and gives fans of those clubs the opportunity to experience football at a level they might not be familiar with. NLD falls on the international break and there’s a good chance your team isn’t playing. Why not get yourself along to a local non-league side?

FSF National Fans’ Survey 2012 results

In excess of 4,000 supporters of more than 130 clubs completed the FSF’s 2012 National Fans’ Survey, and the results are in. More than 9 in 10 agreed that tickets were overpriced, and we sought views on a whole range of topics including safe standing, technology, salary caps, illegal TV feeds, policing and stewarding and much more.

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Posted on August 25, 2012, in Blue Square zone, FSF - The Football Supporters Federation. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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