Supporter representatives from every top-flight club recently met with Premier League executives to discuss a range of issues impacting match-going fans.
The meeting took place under the auspices of the Unified Football Supporters Organisation, formed as a result of the merger between the FSF and Supporters Direct, on 21st March and was attended by Premier League interim chief executive Richard Masters and other league officials.
Fan representatives from every Premier League club attended the meeting, drawn from our network of democratically structured trusts and supporter groups, as well as some fanzines and activists.
This was the sixth meeting between fan organisations and the Premier League which followed Government recommendations on fan engagement. The first took place in July 2016.
Future meetings will take place on a bi-annual basis with the next one due to take place in Autumn 2019.