Tell us: how should football be reorganised to put fans first?

Guardian community team
·1-min read
<span>Photograph: Parliament TV/PA</span>
Photograph: Parliament TV/PA

Now that the attempt to create a European Super League has fallen apart, the future of football is up for grabs. Fans forced the owners of their clubs to backtrack on their plans for a breakaway league, proving that they have the power to influence how the game is run. So, going forward, what can be done to make the game work for supporters and not just suit the richest clubs and their owners?

Boris Johnson says the UK government wants to put fans at the heart of how English football is governed. The prime minister says he is pushing ahead with a “a root and branch investigation into the governance of football and what we can do to promote the role of fans”. What can be done to improve the game? Whether you support a big or small club, in England or across Europe, we would like to hear your ideas. What would you do if you were in charge?

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