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FFC On The Standing Issue At Footie

FFC On The Standing Issue At Footie

Dear Football fan

For the last 5 years we've been tracking whether fans feel they should be given the freedom to stand or sit inside football grounds.

The results consistently show that the majority of supporters would like to have the option to stand and as a follow up, we've been asking fans - In an ideal world, which sections of your ground, if any at all, would you like to see as standing areas?

The survey will be closing shortly and the results will be shared with organisations like the Football Supporters Federation (FSF).

It just takes a minute to complete, clubs that have currently retained standing areas are included and there's also an option for fans who don't wish to see a return to standing to register their opinion as well.

Click Here For Survey

Many thanks for your support

The FFC Team

Message from Vital Football: Also see the Stand Up Sit Down campaign at: www.standupsitdown.co.uk

Writer:Site Staff
Date:Wednesday April 16 2008
Time: 11:50AM

Comments

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Bring standing back and get the atmosphere into the grounds.
will it ever happen
18/04/2008 17:05:00
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A lot have clubs have had outside funding to make stadia all seated, and would alsmost certainly have to repay some or all of this money if they started to rip out the seats. I am not sure that terraces are the answer to a better atmosphere in the grounds. Maybe someone should look into heavy handed stewarding which is stifling support.
Dean1
16/05/2008 07:29:00
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