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[Football] Survey for Research Project on English Football Spectator Behaviour

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Nov 27, 2022

I am currently in the process of gathering data for my final Masters level research project. This project is centred around English football spectator behaviour. More specifically, the development of legislation used to control spectator behaviour and the social implications such authoritative measures have facilitated. As such, the analysis of the study will focus on the socio-legal environment created within English football over time, and the affect this has had on the spectator experience.

My data collection method for this research is a short online survey that looks to collate the thoughts, opinions and experiences of English football spectators. The only conditions for this survey are that you are over-18 and an English national/resident. Any correspondence with this survey would be hugely appreciated and will provide invaluable when forming my final analysis. I have attached the link to the survey down below:

Completion of the survey should take between 5-15 minutes, dependent on answer length.

If you have any further questions regarding the study, or would like to view the finalised research once it is completed, please do not hesitate to email me at


Jordan (Sheffield Hallam University)


Oct 18, 2011
Haven't we done one of these before?

But done anyway - good luck.

Wasn't sure what you meant by this question:-

"In your view, which footballing stakeholders are responsible for the development of crowd disorder within English football?"

That suggests that the courts, police, media (some of the answer options) are developing crowd disorder. I didn't know what you meant, so I couldn't answer the question.
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