Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust incontra la Football Supporters’ Association
Interessante incontro il 16 ottobre a Londra dove il Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust ospiterà Kevin Miles, l’amministratore delegato della Football Supporters’ Association(FSA), la nuova organizzazione dei supporters inglesei nata dall’unione della Football Supporters’ Federation e di Supporters Direct UK.
Tra i temi che saranno affrontati dal rappresentante della FSA con Martin Cloake e Kat Law gli sviluppi sulla paventata riforma della Champions League, la situazione sulle standing area, gli orari dei match, il cap sui biglietti per le competizioni europee recentemente introdotto e la proposta presentata dalla FSA sulla ripartizione dei biglietti delle finali a seguito delle proteste delle associazioni di tifosi inglesi la scorsa stagione.
We’re delighted to welcome Kevin Miles, CEO of the Football Supporters’ Association, to our Autumn members’ event. Kev has represented the interests of football fans nationally and internationally to key stakeholders including the FA, Premier League, UEFA and FIFA for over two decades, having previously worked in journalism and broadcasting.
A season ticket holder at Newcastle United, Kev also runs the FSA’s Fans’ Embassy for travelling England supporters at all major tournaments, editing the Free Lions fanzine, and you may well have seen him on the telly representing match-going fans to the media. We’re extremely fortunate to have him share his knowledge and experience with us.
Hosted by THST Co-chairs, Martin Cloake and Kat Law, we’ll be covering the key topics affecting fans both at home and on the continent, including:
• European Super League proposals: current situation and how we can help
• Safe standing: latest update
• European Price Cap: latest update
• European Finals lobbying: Six point plan
• Broadcast scheduling
You’ll learn a lot about issues affecting all football fans, have plenty of opportunity to ask questions and leave with a clear idea as to how you can help us advance key issues.
Join us at our usual home of CMS at Cannon Street for a 7pm start.