Football Supporters’ Federation Fan Mail 13 May 2016

Here’s the latest edition of the FSF’s weekly newsletter.

The FSF – By Fans, For Fans

Fans’ Guide to France – order now

Tournament guidebooks produced for both England and Wales fans

The England Fans’ Guide to Euro 2016 gives you the lowdown on everything the travelling fan will need to get through this summer’s tournament. The 126-page guidebook is a vital part of every England fan’s planning and it’s available for a small P&P fee in hard copy (UK only) or free to download.

The FSF Cymru team have also produced a Wales Fans’ Guide to France – you can learn more about that here.

Away Fans Survey
With the 2015-16 season soon drawing to a close, we want to hear all about your experiences as an away fan – there’s still time to fill in our away fans survey.
FSF Guide: Basel
If you’re heading out to Basel next week to watch the Europa League final between Liverpool and Sevilla – check out this guide to the Swiss City…
More from the FSF:

Supporters Summit
We’ll be taking the Supporters Summit to Wembley Stadium in London this year. It’ll be on Saturday 16th July, followed by our AGM on Sunday. Save the date.
 Donate to FSF 
The FSF is the democratic body representing more than 500,000 individual and affiliated members, campaigning on countless issues including ticket prices and safe standing. Support our work by donating here.
> Donate today!
 The Blizzard 
Featuring a collection of the world’s best football authors, The Blizzard is a quarterly magazine that looks in-depth at football topics from across the world and throughout history. Available on a pay-what-you-like basis in various digital formats from just 1p, as well as beautiful 190-page hard copies.
> Subscribe here
 FSF by Goalsoul 
Follow England and Wales in style this summer with the FSF and Goalsoul. They’ve been kind enough to design two cracking limited edition Tees for us – English Rose and Welsh Dragon – to mark the European Championships in France this summer. Use promo code FSFGLSL16 for a 20% discount.
> Have a look
And finally… dominating

Amidst Tianjin Teda’s recent 7-1 battering of Guangzhou Haoxin in the third round of the Chinese Cup was this oafish miss from forward Mao Biao, but it made little difference in the end. Talk of Chinese football taking over the world may be premature.

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