Over the last month, supporter representatives from the Football Suppiorters Association’s networks, trusts and other supporter groups have been submitting evidence to a governmental fan-led review panel in special evidence-gathering sessions.
Football industry bodies and authorities – such as the FA, Premier League, EFL, LMA and PFA – have also had the opportunity to present to the panel.
The fan-led review was commissioned by the government in the wake of the European Super League proposal. As the first fan-owned club we have already contributed to the review with Vice Chair Paul Millington addressing the Panel that is chaired by Tracey Crouch MP
This is what Paul said:
“Telling the story of Enfield Town to the panel was a very fitting way to mark the day of our formation 20 years ago as the first fan-owned club. It was important to highlight how we have grown the club in a sustainable way to show how the model of a community owned club can be successful.
“I was pleased to be able to stress the community work that we undertake and how the flow of funds from the top to bottom should be improved.”
The review is now seeking views from fans and members are encouraged to participate by going to the following link:
The review is open until 22 July.