UK: Government launches fan survey in final phase of football governance review
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The government has launched a fan engagement survey designed to reach more fans, allowing them to voice their opinions on how they think football should be run. The new investigation will run for two weeks and, according to the government, will allow fans to provide valuable insight into how finance, governance, ownership and regulation should be shaped and will feed into the final report to be released in the fall. .
Fans will be able to provide detailed information on whether they think a club is managed transparently, who would be best placed to regulate football and how it would work, salary caps and the independence of women’s clubs .
Engagement sessions continue to take place with fan groups and football organizations across the country. An interim report will be released by Tracey Crouch in due course, and the final report and recommendations are expected in the fall.
The survey ends on July 22, 2021. To access the survey, click on here.
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