FSF want to raise awareness of Supporter Liaison Officers

icon japanball18 December ~ The Football Supporters’ Federation are looking for volunteers to help drive their work with Supporter Liaison Officers (SLOs) on a regional basis. SLOs are appointed by clubs, offering supporters a line of communication with the board and senior staff while also liaising with stewards, police and their counterparts from other clubs. They are supposed to be advocates for both sides equally, rather than just defending their clubs, and the FSF would like volunteers ensure they are working properly across the country. You can find out more about SLOs and how to volunteer here.

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