Supporters’ Trusts latest news from across Europe
|50+1 rule to remain in Swedish football!
Following a decisive vote at the country’s Sports Confederation, Swedish football clubs will continue to be owned and controlled by their members. The grassroots campaign that preceded Saturday’s vote involved many participants from different sports, including the Svenska Fotbollssupporterunionen (SFSU), the national umbrella organisation representing democratic supporters’ groups from across the country.
|Italian supporters launch Supporters in Campo
Supporters in Campo, a network that will represent the views of a growing network of Italian supporters’ organisations, has officially launched this week. Comprised of groups representing supporters of clubs from throughout the Italian football pyramid, Supporters in Campo is based on the key principles of democracy, inclusivity, and the importance of increasing supporter involvement in the day-to-day lives of their clubs.
Latest Deloitte report raises questions for the future
|News from Europe
Match fixing raises its head once again in Spain
MSV Duisburg denied 2. Bundesliga licence
Supporters Direct Europe at MINEPS V conference
Shots Trust launch pre-share offer
Nuneaton Town Supporters’ Co-operative secures ACV protection for Liberty Way
Rovers Trust analysis shows ‘bleak times’ ahead
Exeter City FC celebrate diversity with international tournament
Coops collide in Rugby League derby at Spotland
Buy the Pars campaign receives community wide support
FA Chair to welcome delegates to Supporters Summit
Supporters Summit 2013: book your place now!
Robertson to football authorities: reform or we will legislate
Co-operative party recruiting for a range of positions
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