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Following a series of complaints addressed by Football Supporters Europe (FSE) and other stakeholders regarding the Champions League ticketing policy of Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht in their away section since the beginning of the season, FSE welcomes the opening of an investigation by UEFA’s Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body (CEDB). 

Fans travelling to Anderlecht for European games this season had to pay exceptionally high ticket prices, culminating in a €100 fee for Bayern München and Paris Saint-Germain fans.

Wednesday, 06 December 2017

Read more ...Ten years after fans of German side 1860 Munich were attacked and injured by masked special forces of Munich police out of the blue, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) decided in favour of their complaint. But did only two fans pursue legal action? Because the others were afraid of taking legal action against the police.

We interviewed Herbert Schröger from ‘Löwenfans gegen Rechts’ about the German executive, judiciary, and legislative’s response.

Thursday, 16 November 2017

Read more ...This weekend the play-offs of the World Cup qualifier for Russia 2018 take place as well as international friendlies.

FSE Fans’ Embassies will be on the ground at some of these matches, including the Northern Irish, Swiss and Danish Fans’ Embassies for the play-offs and the Welsh Fans’ Embassy for their friendly match in France.

Friday, 10 November 2017

Read more ...In November the networking conference ADDRESSING HOMOPHOBIA AT MEGASPORT EVENTS takes place in the framework of the Queering Football project.

In anticipation of the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia, SPOLINT in association with VIDC will host a 2-day conference in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Wednesday, 08 November 2017

Read more ...From 6 to 9 July 2017, more than 300 fans from all over Europe and beyond met in Gent and Lokeren (Belgium) for the European Football Fans Congress 2017 of Football Supporters Europe (FSE). They were joined by representatives of the football governing bodies (UEFA, Swedish Football League, Belgian FA, etc.), as well as other stakeholders of European Football.

In addition to the traditionnal networking between fans and the Biennal General Meeting of FSE, the EFFC 2017 offered the opportunity to take part in different workshops and plenary sessions.

Please find the conclusions below:

Friday, 27 October 2017

Read more ...The FSE Committee and staff gathered in Italy last weekend, for their first meeting of the 2017-2019 cycle.

The new FSE Committee, elected at the #EFFC2017 in Gent and Lokeren (Belgium), finalised the Congress report which will be published soon.

Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Read more ...Since the European Football Fans Congress 2015 (Belfast) and the decision from the FSE membership to hold the #EFFC and FSE’s general meeting every 2 years, members of Football Supporters Europe are gathering every other year for an event organised by the membership and supported by FSE.

The first Summer Network Meeting took place in July 2016 in Izmir (Turkey) and was hosted by our friends and members from TARAFTAR HAKLARI DERNEGI and TarafDer. A quite legendary weekend for all participants.

Monday, 02 October 2017

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Football Supporters Europe (FSE) monitors a worrying trend prohibiting more and more fans from following their teams abroad during European club competitions.

Much to FSE´s disappointment, stadium closures and away travel bans are still widely used forms of collective punishment in European football, whether at UEFA or domestic level.

Monday, 25 September 2017

Read more ...Football Supporters Europe (FSE) launched their survey on away fans’ experiences in the European club competitions.

As agreed during the last European Football Fans Congress (#EFFC2017) in Belgium, the survey on fan issues at Champions League and Europa League matches marks the first step in FSE’s efforts to reach minimum standards for European football supporters following their teams across the continent.

Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Read more ...The Netherlands will see the first protest of all Dutch supporters associations when Feyenoord Rotterdam and Vitesse Arnhem compete for the Johan Cruijff Schaal (Dutch Supercup) on 5 August.

The campaign against the new format of the Supercup was launched by Vitesse Arnhem supporters and is backed by fans from all over the country who are organized in our membership association Supporterscollectief Nederland.

Friday, 04 August 2017

Read more ...From 6 to 9 July 2017, more than 300 fans from all over Europe joined Football Supporters Europe’s (FSE) European Football Fans Congress in Gent and Lokeren in order to set tracks for their future work.

With the input from FSE members and the local organising team, a broad-ranged #EFFC2017 programme took place, allowing exchanges between supporters and other football stakeholders on the most pressing issues for football fans in Europe.

Monday, 10 July 2017

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