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FSF survey: Women in Football

7 December 2014

Help FSF and KIO learn more about matchday experiences

The Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) and Kick It Out (KIO) are currently running a survey aimed at match-going female fans, to help them understand more about why they love football, what it’s like to attend matches in a predominantly male environment and whether there are any ways in which more women could be encouraged into stadiums.

Whilst there is undoubtedly an increase in the number of women going to watch men’s football (as borne out by recent surveys of Premier League and Football League fans), there remains very little research available on their actual experiences of attending the match or being a football fan in general.
 
So our female supporters are encouraged to fill in the survey by clicking here.  The survey will remain open until January 2015.
 
The information gathered through the survey will be pulled together in a report (which FSF and KIO will use to inform their work and make some practical recommendations going forward) and which will be made available once it is completed.
 
The FSF and KIO will also be holding a panel discussion for female football fans to share their experiences of following the men's game from the Premier League to non-League on Monday 8th December at Amnesty International – click here for more information.

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