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Whose Football is it?

22 April 2017

Football brings us joy and unites us as fans. But lately, it would seem like the beautiful game is paying more attention to the economic profits rather than the general well being of all stakeholders. This raises the question, whose football is it? Football is undoubtedly a private business. The industry welcomes a private governance structure, where…

#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…

#FanPowerSession: Serie B

13 May 2016

Federico Smanio, Former Footballer and Head of Digital Transformation and Fan Relationship Management from Serie B in Italy, discussed with us fan engagement and supporter liaison in a new digital era.

Pro/Rel for USA: #FanPower across the pond!

14 March 2016

Guest Post by Pro/Rel Supporters Association The US “Soccer” pyramid system does not contemplate promotion or relegation for any division. What does this mean in the era of globalized and “modern” football? This guest blog by Promotion/Relegation Supporters Association explains it. These are awkward times for many European fans all across the world. For what seems like the…

Football travels: The joy of pursuing a passion

30 October 2015

This blog is different. It is very personal and it is a public thank you to “the beautiful game” and the amazing supporters out there. It is a statement that following your passion turns out to be a success when you work in what you love. I think I started to appreciate football more as…

I am leaving club football…

17 August 2015

By Alexander Viola, a former Internazionale fan This will be my first and only ever blog post because I have found myself over the last few years spending 95 per cent of my time reading about football rather than watching it. This is because what used to happen off the field was interesting; whether your…

The Copa América 2015: A feast for the fans

11 June 2015

Today, 12 National Teams will begin their quest to determine who will be the new king of South American Football. Chile, a country with experience on hosting big tournaments (World Cup 1962), is ready to provide an enjoyable experience for the fans during three weeks. We, the fans, look forward to having a feast of…

The new era of Fan Power

29 April 2015

Fans are raising their voice and it is being heard! After meeting Supporters Direct in Manchester for their open day in the Supporter Ownership Week 2015, FanVox travelled to London to join the Football Action Network (F.A.N.) demonstration before the UK’s top three political parties. It was conceived as a political flashmob on which representatives…