Giving Supporters Representation

Scottish Supporters Network

Supported by:   Supporters Direct Scotland

Campaigning Change

Thanks for completing the 2017 Scottish Football Supporters Survey. You can find coverage of the survey results opposite and the results pack here.
Fans groups and clubs officials are invited to give their views on the prospect of community ownership at their club and how it could be funded. Following a reward of funding to test the feasibility of a ‘Fans Bank’ to help fund community ownership buy outs of professional clubs, SD Scotland have launched a survey targeted at Supporters Trusts and clubs to gage their interest in community ownership at their club via a social investment fund, under the proposed name of ‘Sports Funder’.
We've been invited to participate in Lord Bracadale's independent review of hate crime legilsation in Scotland. Please help inform our response by completing this survey to ensure fans' views are represented in a meaningful way. Survey results will also be used as evidence of supporters' views on the Offensive Behaviour Act as part of its Stage 1 scrutiny.  

We recognise the significant annual investment TV companies make into Scottish Football. We’re also sure that low attendances don’t look great as a TV spectacle. SDS wants to build a direct relationship with Sky Sports, BT Sport and BBC Scotland with a regular course of meetings. We know there must always be compromises, but we believe there’s a real opportunity for us to work together to promote the game we love.  You can take part in our survey, back our petition,  join the discussion and view our research to date via our Campaign For Change wall.

20th October 2017 - Trust In Killie Update

  LONG TERM CAMPAIGN Trust in Killie is a campaign initiated by the The Killie Trust – and fully supported by Kilmarnock Football Club- with the goal of raising money… Read more »

20th October 2017 - Children’s Animation for Footie Fans Premieres at Hampden

Schoolchildren have made their own animated film to tackle football fans’ match-day behaviour. The children made history when their film premiered at the Scottish Football Museum at Hampden on Tues… Read more »


29th September 2017 - Your Match Day Rights – A Guide For Fans

Your Match Day Rights – A Guide For Fans

Words by Gavin Maclure The purpose of this is to provide a balance guideline for supporters as to their rights on a match day. On May 11th 2017 a code… Read more »


29th September 2017 - Programmes in the Digital Age

Programmes in the Digital Age

Words By Robin Hall Is a football programme, a souvenir, a magazine or a book of memories? For many fans can be either one or all of these. The match… Read more »


25th September 2017 - Scottish football fans asked to fund Amputee National team’s first ever home international match

Scottish football fans asked to fund Amputee National team’s first ever home international match

Scottish football fans are being asked to help fund Scotland’s newly formed national amputee football team as it makes its international debut on home soil. Scotland Amputees will face The… Read more »


21st September 2017 - Independent Review of alleged non-recent child sexual abuse in Scottish football

Independent Review of alleged non-recent child sexual abuse in Scottish football

During November and December 2016, a number of reports appeared in the media in relation to allegations of non-recent child sexual abuse concerning individuals involved in football in Scotland. Against… Read more »


1st September 2017 - An Interns Reflection

An Interns Reflection

By Kyle Easdale  Having completed my internship with Supporters Direct it is time to reflect on what I have learned over the course of the summer. Gaining an internship is… Read more »


25th August 2017 - Summer football will benefit both fans and clubs

Summer football will benefit both fans and clubs

By Robin Hall The new season has started. It is great to be able to attend matches in your brand new replica shirt with no worry of the rain or snow…. Read more »


 

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