safe standing

The move will pile pressure on Sports Minister Tracey Crouch to follow suit.
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Allowing safe standing would make stadiums safer not more dangerous
Supporters' union asked 18,000 people for their views.
Liverpool fans have given their backing to introducing safe standing in football stadiums. Supporters’ union Spirit of Shankly
Welsh football has undergone something of a renaissance in the last couple of years and it's only right, therefore, that we should find ourselves with an opportunity to be at the heart of a movement to address one of Football's most pertinent issues - safe standing.
Bristol City have become the first football club in the UK to install safe standing rail seats at their ground. Ashton Gate
Manchester United executive vice chairman Ed Woodward is reportedly open to introducing safe standing at Old Trafford. Despite
With disasters such as Hillsborough still fresh in the memory, although not because of the safe standing debate, trialling safe standing sections appears to be something that authorities in the UK will be reluctant to approve.
This week, there was promising progress in the ongoing battle for football fans to get their voices heard. After mammoth efforts from organisations such as Supporters' Direct and the Football Supporters' Federation, as well as individual fans, the Culture, Media and Sport select committee have recommended what is surely obvious - that supporters' opinions deserve to be heard.
Sunderland have risked the wrath of their following after they banned 38 supporters from the Stadium of Light for "persistent
Manchester City are in favour of of the safe standing initiative, according to reports. The Mirror claim the Premier League
Thirteen English football league clubs have pledged their support to the safe standing pilot scheme. Aston Villa are the