Issues at the heart of the game will be discussed by supporters from across the country this weekend, as Wembley Stadium hosts the annual Supporters Summit event.
The two day event, which is free entry and facilitated jointly by the Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) and Supporters Direct (SD) will see a series of workshops and debates taking place.
Topics such as fan culture, ticket prices and supporter-led campaigns, among many others, will all be discussed.
Incoming English Football League (EFL) chairman Ian Lenagan will address fans over a radical overhaul of the existing league structure and EFL Trophy, formerly the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.
It is a particularly timely appearance given the recent news of the Football League’s proposed restructure and the introduction of top-flight teams into the EFL Trophy.
FSF Chair Malcolm Clarke says: “The voice of ordinary fans has to be heard in the debate around the EFL restructure and future format of the EFL Trophy.
“The Supporters Summit presents fans with a great opportunity to put their questions to the chairman of the EFL and help shape that debate.”