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At the end of November, Svenska Fotbollssupporterunionen, SFSU, hosted their 10th AGM in Helsingborg.

In connection to the meeting, workshops were held on the themes of communication and financial solutions. The topics gave a lot of knowledge and inspiration to the member organisations, ahead of another busy season in Swedish football.

The first day kicked off with a presentation from Patrik Sundberg from Allmänna Supporterklubben and the media bureau POST. With his experience from the stands and the communication business, he shared…

SD Europe joined forces with Uefa recently to stage the second pan-European workshop for SLO coordinators working at national associations and leagues.

Main image credit: Uefa / GEPA pictures & Philipp Brem

The event took place in Vienna on 29/30 November with the support of the Austrian Bundesliga and was attended by representatives of football governing bodies from across the continent as well as other key stakeholders such as the Council of Europe.

Supporter liaison officers (SLOs) act as a bridge between clubs and…

Italian supporters organisation Supporters in Campo is a leading example of cooperation and participation for all supporters. Over the past decades, there have been many attempts to unite supporters groups in Italy. Though successful in the short term, the outcomes of these attempts appear to be fading and short-lasting.

SD Europe celebrates 10 Years in 2017. To mark this milestone, we are recalling some of the stories, successes and challenges from across the SDE network. Read about FORAS and Cork City FC (Ireland), the movement…

Known across the world as one of Europe’s original footballing nations, Belgium and Belgian football has had a much tougher time of it in recent decades. Nowhere is overseas ownership of football clubs a hotter topic at present, at least in western Europe, and the concern over locally owned, poorly governed clubs isn’t too far behind as a going issue.

SD Europe celebrates 10 Years in 2017. To mark this milestone, we are recalling some of the stories, successes and challenges…

Polish supporters have started exploring ways to achieve increased involvement in the decision-making process in order to improve the way their football clubs are run in recent years.

Formed in 2015 (officially in April 2016) and based in Warsaw, AKS Zly is the “alternative” democratic member-run club in Poland. The motivation behind the initiative was the way Polish football is run, dominated by benefactors and sponsors, with the majority of decision makers being male and white.

SD Europe celebrates 10 Years in…

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Club and Supporters for Better Governance in Football

Welcome to the Clubs and Supporters for Better Governance in Football project. This is a two-year collaborative partnership, coordinated by SD Europe, and co-financed by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union and UEFA.

This project will help promote EU principles on good governance in sport. It will do this through a training, education and exchange programme involving member-run football clubs and national supporters’ organisations, from seven EU states.

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07feballday08alldaySLO workshopThe RFU is hosting the workshop in Moscow

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