Football Supporters' Federation survey

icon footpolice5 July ~ The level and quality of policing and stewarding at football grounds continues to be a contentious issue for many football fans. The Football Supporters' Federation receive so much correspondence about the subject that they have decided to launch a new survey, looking into the views of Premier League and Championship supporters. They intend to analyse the results and relay their findings to the authorities to improve the relationship between fans and those responsible for match-day decisions, before deciding where to focus their efforts in the coming season. The surveys have 40 questions and should take ten minutes.

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