The FSF Annual Review, presented and accepted at the FSF annual conference in Manchester on Sunday 19th July, is now available to download.
Presented to members at our Annual Conference by FSF chief executive Kevin Miles, the review is packed with articles looking back at 12 months of campaigning.
The review includes chapters on big campaigns such as #ShareTVWealth, Safe standing, and Away Fans Matter - including a look at the Twenty's Plenty campaign.
Supporters can also learn about our Fans for Diversity work, including an extract of our Women at the Match report - the largest piece of research ever conducted in the UK specifically looking at women's experiences at men's football.
This year, the review also looks at FIFA and what fans can do about it and our efforts in political lobbying. You can read all about how we continue to represent fans who find themselves treated unfairly by the authorities and our successful case work.
We also have a look at the work of Supporter Liaison Officers from around the country, review the FSF awards and a provide a run-down of our international work.