Man Utd publish fan engagement plan ahead of 2023/24 season – Man Utd

Manchester United is proud to become the first Premier League club to publish its Fan Engagement Plan for the 2023/24 season.

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In response to the plan, co-chair of the FAB, Christopher Saad said: “We welcome the launch of our Fan Engagement Plan for the 2023/24 season and the increased focus the club is putting on its engagement with fans.
“Our Fans’ Advisory Board has already held many discussions around the new Premier League Fan Engagement Standard, and we look forward to continuing to work together to achieve, and exceed, the requirements within it.”
Duncan Drasdo, chief executive officer of MUST, added: “As we have always said, football without fans is nothing and as such we welcome the publication of the club’s first Fan Engagement Strategy.
“Through MUST’s direct dialogue with senior management, the introduction of a head of fan engagement, and the various club fan engagement channels, real progress has been made in recent years including the introduction of safe standing and the reclaiming of the Stretford End as well as many incremental improvements.
“There is, as ever, more to do to ensure fans sit in their rightful place at the heart of the club. We hope that today’s strategy will mark a further step in that direction, and we look forward to continuing to work with the club to make it so.”
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