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Coming soon: The State of the Game 2003
Coming soon: The State of the Game 2003

New report on governance of football clubs set to be issued

The Football Governance Research Centre will soon be publishing its latest report 'The State of the Game: The Corporate Goverance of Football Clubs 2003'.

In the foreword by Rt Hon Tessa Jowell MP (Secretary of State for Culture Media & Sport, it states...
"...this report will help our clubs, and those associated with them, to explore how to develop these relationships further, to help ensure the long term survival of clubs within their communities. It is only with this kind of sustainability that football can continue to develop strong community links for the overall benefit of the game."

The report covers matters such as:
- Are football clubs working effectively with supporters and local communities?
- What has been the impact of supporters' trusts on football?
- What next for football - clubs, authorities and fans?

In part, the report is based on an extensive survey of clubs, trusts and bodies in the football industry. YCST contributed its own response to the survey and will be included within the report's findings.

Following publication of the report, we will look to provide relevant extracts (for York City) here on the Trust's website.

For more information about FGRC visit

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