Motherwell fans are being asked to take part in this year’s Scottish Football Supporters Survey.
Operated by Supporters Direct Scotland, officially recognised as the lead supporters’ group in Scotland by the SPFL and Scottish FA, they have established a formal means to engage with the game’s key decision makers and represent fans’ views overall.
Last year’s survey results were presented to the Professional Game Board and at the Scottish FA Congress in December 2017. Almost 14,000 supporters participated in 2017, with overall outcomes including:
- The consideration of value for money, which was regard as “the biggest threat to the future of the game in the next five years”.
- Ticket pricing, kick off times and the relationship fans have with their clubs were considered to be the three most important factors in decision to attend a game.
You can read more about the results of the 2017 survey, and the resulting “asks” by visiting scottishsupporters.net.
The Scottish Football Supporters Survey will run annually over the next three years to allow them to continue to measure results and improvements, covering the topics of value for money, fan experience and supporter engagement.
This year’s findings will be reviewed by Supporters’ Direct Scotland, the SPFL, the Scottish FA and also an insight group consisting of key media and communications staff from various SPFL clubs.
The survey will run for two weeks closing on Sunday 16 September.