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Fans’ Charter

Supporters attending tomorrow’s match with Stirling Albion will be the first in Scotland to receive information on the Fans’ Charter.

Project manager James Proctor commented, “The charter was written by fans, clubs and authorities working together to celebrate the enjoyment the game brings and to help make football better.”

The Fans’ Charter works to capture the good things about Scottish football and demonstrates that supporters, clubs and authorities can find common purpose by listening to each other. What’s been achieved is a common sense view of football that puts people at the centre of the sport and provides guidance as to how to take their relationship forward.

James concluded, “By working together, everyone can use the Charter to remove the barriers that put people off attending matches, mend relationships and make football better.”

To find out more about the charter, and read inspiring examples about what’s already happening, go to www.fanscharter.com.