Supporters Direct survey launched

Monday, March 20, 2017
Supporters Direct survey launched

Supporters Direct Scotland has launched its Scottish Football Supporters Survey for 2017 – with a clear message to ‘Well fans: your voice is heard.

Officially recognised as the lead supporters group in Scotland by the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) and the Scottish Football Association (Scottish FA), Supporters Direct Scotland has established a formal means to engage with the game’s key decision makers and represent fans’ views.

Outcomes from 2016 were formally presented to the Scottish FA’s Professional Game Board and the Scottish FA Congress, the latter of which includes representatives from all areas of football in Scotland.

You can read more about the results of the 2016 survey, and the resulting “asks” by visiting www.scottishsupporters.net.

This year’s survey covers issues that affect the national game, how football is governed and now also includes more specific club-related questions following a new consultation with supporters and clubs themselves.

Supporters who participate can enter a free draw to win tickets to Scotland’s 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against England on 10 June.

CLICK HERE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE 2017 SCOTTISH FOOTBALL SUPPORTERS SURVEY

The survey is open until 2 April 2017.

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