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AVST Join Parliamentary Debate on Empowering Fans and Football Governance

At the start of July the AVST was invited  along with other club supporters trusts and groups to meet the Shadow Minister for Sport, Clive Efford MP at Parliament. Essentially it was a brainstorming session to access the changes needed to help increase supporter involvement in the governance of their clubs and to safeguard supporter interests in the club. The meeting would “help formulate Labour’s policies ahead of the 2015 Election”. The agenda was as follows: 1. Fan Groups and Football Authorities a) Transparency b)…

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Fund Available for Villa Fans Who Want to Promote Diversity

The AVST wanted all Aston Villa fans to be aware that there is a ‘Fans for Diversity Fund’ available if any fans have any ideas to prompt diversity at Villa Park. The Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) and Kick it out have teamed up to work on the FSF’s new fans for diversity campaign. The campaign will work with all aspects of diversity not only to highlight the many challenges but also to celebrate how football brings people together. The campaign will give fans an opportunity…

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Fans to March for ‘Affordable Football for All’ on 14th August 2014

The Football Supporter’ Federation have organised a football supporter march in London for ‘Affordable Football For All’ next Thursday the 14th August. Supporters will be gathering at Marble Arch (nearest tube station, unsurprisingly, Marble Arch on the Central Line) from 1pm before heading off to the Premier League and Football League offices at 30 Gloucester Place (W1U 8PL) at around 2:30pm. A delegation of fans will meet with the authorities, while leaders from a number of supporter groups will address the crowd back at Marble…

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Witton Railway Bridge Campaign

AVST affiliate members My Old Man Said have begun the preparation for a campaign to get the Witton Train Station bridge a long overdue paint job. The station was opened in 1837 and ever since the birth of Aston Villa football club, due to the station bridge’s close proximity to Villa Park, has always been a big part of the match-day experience for supporters. It’s current ill-state does nothing for the pride of both Villa supporters or the local community at large. Over the years…

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