Save the date! European Fans Congress to be hosted by FSA

From the official FSA.Org website:

The European Football Fans Congress will take place from Thursday 22nd June to Sunday 25th June and will be co-hosted by the Football Supporters’ Association and Football Supporters Europe in north-west England (venue TBC).

The European Football Fans’ Congress run by Football Supporters Europe, to whom the FSA affiliates, and both organisations’ annual meetings will take place on Saturday 24th June with a whole host of campaign-orientated and social events taking place across the long weekend.

FSE’s Biennial General Meeting (BGM) will provide members with an opportunity to vote on and influence FSE’s aims, objectives, and policies, as well as to approve changes to the constitution and elect members to the organisation’s board. 

The FSA’s AGM will take place in parallel on Saturday 24th June.

Supporters should save the date now as the European Football Fans Congress – known as #EFFC23 – is set to be “the most expansive edition of the event so far”.

“A broader range of topics than ever before will be covered thanks to FSE’s new remit ranging from anti-discrimination and fans’ embassies to supporter liaison and fan ownership” said FSE.  

“The EFFC has been an important forum for FSE members since 2008. Its purpose is to identify and address fans’ most pressing concerns through a series of workshops, panel sessions, discussions amongst the membership, and social activities, with representatives from European governing bodies and political institutions also in attendance.”

Further information, including the specific location and a draft programme, will be released in the coming weeks and months so, stay tuned for further updates.

  • If you have a suggestion for a topic to be discussed during #EFFC23, email: info@fanseurope.org

 

 

 

 


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