Football Supporters Federation Away Fans’ Survey

The Football Supporters Federation (FSF) has asked us to publicise their continuing survey of the experiences of away fans. The surveys have been very successful in measuring the opinions of supporters in The Premier League but less successful further down the pyramid. The FSF have found that clubs are beginning actively to seek out the information that the surveys reveal in order to improve the away fan experience and the reputation of the host club. Their website says:

"This is the fourth season that the Away Fans Feedback Project, run by the Football Supporters' Federation, will measure the experience of the away fan. We will assemble the thoughts and experiences of fans in the Premier League, Championship, League One, League Two, Conference, Conference North/South and League of Wales throughout the season.

We hope that you will return to complete this survey for future matches, and appreciate any help in spreading the word about this project. The more of you that can share this survey on messageboards, Facebook and Twitter the better.

All the answers to the following questions regarding your matchday experience should be with reference to a specific match that you have attended in the 2016/17 season, identified in Question 5, unless stated.

The ultimate aim is to improve the away fans' experience and encourage more fans to travel to watch their team. From this project we will discuss with clubs and the authorities, in an academic fashion, what keeps fans committed to travelling and to the sacrifices they make, what they look for as a travelling fan, their likes, dislikes, and why they feel valued or otherwise.

The survey should take no more than a couple of minutes to complete. All answers are given anonymously, and no personal or identifying data will be passed on to third parties. Ever"

Below is a link to the survey which the FSF would like you to complete after every away match:

FSF Away Fans Feedback Project