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Safe Standing Campaign (FSF)

Safe Standing Campaign (FSF)

The FSF's Safe Standing Campaign is supported by Aston Villa, Peterborough United, the Safe Standing Roadshow and Stand Up Sit Down.

AIMS: To persuade the Government, football authorities and football clubs to accept the case for introducing, on a trial basis, limited sections of standing areas at selected grounds in the stadiums of Premier League and Championship football clubs.

The FSF needs all fans to help. What can you do?

· Step 1 - Sign the FSF's Safe Standing Petition (if you haven't already)…
· Step 2 - Email your MP from this link, or visit their office, and ask them to sign Roger Godsiff's Safe Standing EDM 573...
· Step 3 - Let us know what response you get via safestanding@fsf.org.uk. We want to see which MPs sign the EDM and will follow up those who don't.
· Step 4 - Spread the word. Send this page to your mates via email, Facebook, Twitter or whatever other social media the cool kids use nowadays. If you're involved with a supporters' organisation, fanzine or website use your links to promote this page.

Want to do more? Contact the FSF. In the coming weeks we expect to see a great deal more activity and need volunteers who are willing to commit time and fight for the cause. Email: safestanding@fsf.org.uk.

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Date:Tuesday November 6 2012
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