The first comprehensive survey that will document the attitudes and experiences of fans of women’s football has been launched by the FSA (Football Supporters’ Association). It covers a wide range of issues throughout the women’s game.
The survey, which launched earlier this week, will look to capture a comprehensive picture on everything from your matchday experiences to thoughts on the new broadcast deal with Sky Sports and the BBC; your views on how your club engages with its fanbase to on-the-pitch issues and competition structure, and everything in between.
FSA’s women’s game lead Deborah Dilworth said: “The results will not only help inform the FSA’s campaigning and work in women’s football, but this research will also give us a valuable insight into what matters in the minds of fans on a range of issues.”
AISA is a member of the FSA and keen supporter of the Arsenal Women’s team.