Date: 25th August 2017 at 6:28pm
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The Football Supporters’ Federation have relaunched their Away Fans Survey for the season of 2017/18.

The survey allows travelling fans to give their feedback on all away trips they take in the campaign, providing information on pricing, access, stewarding and a whole host of other issues.

Last season, Swansea City were the most positively ranked host club in the Premier League, scoring eight out of ten with Southampton narrowly below them with a score of 7.92.

Reading were the best hosts according to fans in the Championship.

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Data supplied by fans is anonymised and is then shared with clubs so they can improve key areas of their away supporter experience and information also gets shared with more than 50 affiliate and associate members of the FSF.

FSF deputy chief executive David Rose commented.

‘We must say a big thank you to all the travelling supporters who took the time to complete the survey last season. The feedback provided has been incredibly valuable in helping clubs understand what they`re getting right for away fans and what they`re not. We`d urge fans to continue to fill in the survey to help us understand the needs of away supporters.’


One Reply to “FSF Away Fans Survey Returns For 2017/18”

  • Well done Reading,they deserved something from last season with the heartbreak of missing out on promotion via the play off final.Away days at Reading are good days from my experience however last season I was not there so it would be unfair to try and judge them.There are very few grounds in the Championship that are not top notch nowadays.Burton Albion might have a small ground but how wonderful it is to have a small family club gracing the second tier of British (English and Welsh ) football,a club I would love to survive again this season.
    For now all credit belongs to Cardiff,could we have two Welsh football clubs in the top flight next season,answer is yes,it’s something that easily could happen.

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