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Freedom of Speech & Celtic FC Palestine Placards

These #Celtic soccer fans broke the rules to show their love for Palestine.https://t.co/o62qnk2ZaE — AJ+ (@ajplus) August 18, 2016 Yes, football fans do have an ECHR right to Freedom of Expression, but fans should bear in mind two things:

Yes fans, it is possible to get a Football Banning Order for throwing gum in the stands

Yes fans, it is possible to get a Football Banning Order for throwing gum in the stands

Thinking of throwing gum at away fans? Don’t do it.

Ticket touts: Who’s the Patsy?

Ticket touts: Who's the Patsy?

These leaflets were given out after the Leicester match; AISA advises not to buy or sell from them, it’s illegal ! pic.twitter.com/K7YDY67wGx — AISA (@AISA_Arsenal) February 17, 2016 AISA are right to warn Arsenal fans about the dangers of dealing with ticket touts. But AISA’s tweet isn’t the full story. Section 166 of the Criminal… { Read More }

Yes fans, it is possible to get a Football Banning Order for throwing a blow up doll in the away stands

Yes fans, it is possible to get a Football Banning Order for throwing a blow up doll in the away stands

I was at the Arsenal v Leicester City match yesterday and couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw a blow up doll being tossed around in the away stands.