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#FanPowerSession: Sandlanders Football

18 September 2016

We’ve chatted with Paul Jones, co-founder of Sandlanders Football, and Michael Akande, Sanlanders’ Director and member of the Stationery Stores Supporters’ Trust (Nigeria) on African football and fan ownership. Sandlanders Football is a UK based organisation that works with African football clubs, supporters’ groups and associations to develop better governance and sustainable sports clubs and…

Soccerhub: Delivering Change in African Football

15 July 2016

We were invited to attend the “Progress through sustainable sports and design” exhibition in London, an event made up to showcase the development of sustainable community-owned projects in Africa. The event was the key moment of an exhibition organised by Sandlanders Football, Inter Urban Studios, Architecture for Humanity UK and Adidas, held at 19 Greek street…

FanVox Study – “The Business of Football & Fan Engagement”

28 February 2016

Over the past 18 months, FanVox has been monitoring the affairs of the supporter movement across the world. This study compiles the main findings of a bespoke research, with insightful contributions from 148 football stakeholders in Europe and America. Supporter activism is a phenomenon that has spent several years in the orbit of the football industry. Nonetheless, recently it…

#FanPowerSession: ITrustSport

21 December 2015

#FanPowerSession: ITrustSport by Fanvox on Mixcloud We’re back and will chat with Rowland Jack, Founder of “I Trust Sport”, a Sports Governance Consultancy. We’ll discuss on Governance in Football and the importance of supporters in that context. Join us and be part of the conversation! #FanPower

Fútbol Popular 2015: The Spanish #FanPower!

29 August 2015

Fan Ownership is definitely one of the most innovative Football Governance models. The #FutbolPopular15 Congress in Murcia gathered the early adopters and gamechangers in Spain. Spain is a country known for its devotion to football, but it’s also related to several examples of badly managed clubs. Hence,  the ‘Fútbol Popular’ movement was incepted as a natural response to this situation…

Modern Football: Going forward or two steps back?

11 August 2015

Memories of an experimented football supporter Alejandro Tadic is 93 years old. Despite the inevitable effects of a long life, he is still conscious and bright as a young lad. His memory is filled with plenty of unforgettable moments such as his childhood in Bolivia, his youth in Santiago de Chile and Buenos Aires, and…

#SDSC15: Scottish Fans Have a Voice!

24 June 2015

We took part and exhibited at the Supporters Direct & Scottish Fans Annual Conference 2015 in Hampden Park, Glasgow. We had a chance to meet like-minded individuals, supporters’ trusts and organisations within the supporter movement, and to catch up with the latest events surrounding Scottish Fans. Hampden Park looked magnificent on that Saturday morning. Home to the Scottish National…