FSF and EFL structured dialogue meeting

Supporter representatives from the EFL’s three divisions, under the auspices of the Football Supporters’ Federation, met with EFL chief executive Shaun Harvey on Wednesday, November 2.

This was the first meeting between fan organisations and the EFL following the Government’s Expert Working Group (EWG) on Fan Engagement and Supporter Ownership. There is a commitment from both fan groups and the EFL to bi-annual meetings.

This meeting was attended by three fans from different clubs for each division, drawn from the FSF’s..

Join the FSF ‘Share TV Wealth’ demo on March 26

The Football Supporters Federation, of which the Dons Trust is a member, is holding a Share TV Wealth demonstration at the Premier League shareholders meeting on Thursday, March 26.

The shareholders meeting will be taking place at the Le Meridien Piccadilly hotel, and the demonstration will begin at midday outside the main entrance to the hotel. The FSF will be handing over their demands to Premier League representatives at around 1pm.

The nearest tube for Le Meridien Piccadilly is..

Why the DT belongs to the FSF and SD (from York matchday programme)

The Dons Trust recently joined the Football Supporters Federation, and continues to benefit from its long association with Supporters Direct. Both organisations represent and campaign on behalf of us, the fans.

David Reeves explains that while the two have very clear and distinct remits, both are doing great work to keep the football fan at the heart of our national game.

 SUPPORTERS DIRECT

When the Dons Trust was formed back in February 2002, its founder members were supporting a..