Arsenal Supporters' Trust - Meeting with the F.A.

Last updated : 28 January 2004 By Steven Powell

Details of the meeting, which is open to Arsenal Supporters' Trust members, their friends and Arsenal supporters generally, are set out below. All are welcome BUT you do need to register in advance by ringing or e-mailing.

The agenda for the meeting is open so come along armed with plenty of questions! Whether it's Wembley Stadium or the FA's disciplinary procedures, everything's up for grabs. Come and hear if from the horse's mouth!"

Here are the details:

The Arsenal Supporters' Trust invites you to a discussion forum with The Football Association Nic Coward, Director of Corporate and Legal Affairs

On: Thursday 29 January 2004
Time: 6 for 6.15pm
Venue: Nabarro Nathanson (Solicitors), First Floor, Lacon House, 84 Theobald's Road, London WC1X 8RW

How to get there: (3/4 minutes from Holborn Underground [Piccadilly and Central lines] 19, 38, 54 and 243 buses. Pay street parking available. Venue is within Central London Congestion Charge Zone. Fee of £5.00 payable before 10.00pm on day of entry to zone)

All members, Arsenal supporters and their guests welcome, but please note it is important that you RSVP to: or ring 07709 718545 to ensure you are registered at reception.

Dear member/friend,

Arsenal Supporters' Trust is pleased to invite all members, and prospective members, to a discussion forum it has arranged with the Football Association.

Nic Coward, number two at the FA and, until recently, its acting Chief Executive, will attend to discuss how the FA plans to take forward the development of the game in England. This includes many issues relevant to Arsenal Football Club and its Supporters' Trust and presents YOUR chance to put your views to the FA on all football issues, including:

The FA's relationship with supporters and supporters' trusts

The review of the game's disciplinary procedures

The future of Wembley Stadium

The current structure of English football

Euro 2004 - England's chances and ensuring a peaceful tournament

We do hope you can join us for what should be an informative and enjoyable evening.