New supporters' panel created

By SFC Media Tue 13 Feb Club
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Southampton Football Club is pleased to announce the creation of Saints Voice – a new supporters’ panel designed to encourage and maintain a positive dialogue between the club and its fans.

The group of up to 12 supporters will meet with key staff at the club three-to-four times each year, to discuss a wide range of off-pitch subjects.

It is hoped this will allow the club to deepen its understanding of issues affecting fans, as well as being able to explain the thinking and processes behind important decisions that have been, or are being, made.

Additionally, it is intended that the panel will provide a forum for supporters to share and discuss new ideas of their own for how to improve any aspect of their experience.

The club would like to assemble as diverse a panel as possible, to ensure the broadest representation of its fanbase, and is encouraging applications from anyone who would like to be involved.

All those who are chosen will be encouraged to liaise regularly with their fellow fans, to ensure their best interests are served at the meetings.

With this in mind, each person on the panel will have their photograph and contact details displayed on a dedicated page on the club’s website, to encourage supporters to engage with them.

Managing Director Toby Steele said: “Our supporters are the lifeblood of the club, and we hope Saints Voice will provide them with a valuable route through which to raise issues and discuss ideas, while also allowing us to keep them informed on key matters.”

To apply, please fill in the form below. The closing date for applications will be Friday 16th March.

Please note, the panel meetings will likely be arranged outside of normal office hours wherever possible, in order not to impinge on supporters’ work commitments.

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