We’re giving Bluebirds fans the chance to win a signed 2021/22 away shirt if they can help us by completing an online survey about the Fair Game initiative.
The Club has joined forces with The Bluebirds Trust to try and gather as much feedback as possible from supporters towards the initiative and what it stands for.
Chief Executive Levi Gill has already discussed the matter with fellow League Two clubs and it’s also been a topic of debate at a recent Trust Board meeting – now we want to open out the discussion to our wider supporter base.
“There is a growing consensus across the game that reform is needed urgently if our pyramid – the crown jewel of English football – is to survive and thrive in the years to come,” said Gill.
“What is less clear is the detail behind that reform and the specifics on what changes are needed in order to safeguard the future of our national sport.
“Only by consulting with fans can that consensus be reached, which is why we are asking for the views of our supporters on Fair Game’s proposals.”
Chairman of the Bluebirds Trust, Frazer Stewart, added: “We have been discussing the Fair Game initiative as a Trust for a while and Levi recently got in touch with us to discuss the Club's viewpoint.
“Both parties agree that something needs to be done to make football fairer and more sustainable, to protect it for generations to come.
“We are also in agreement that we need the opinion of you, our supporters, to guide us with our interactions with Fair Game.”
The online survey is easy and straightforward to complete, and it shouldn’t take more than around ten minutes – but everyone who completes it will go into a draw to win the signed shirt.
The deadline to submit your answers is 5pm on Saturday 20th November.