Survey: Do you support the introduction of ‘Safe Standing’ at the County Ground?

We’ve had plenty of responses so far, however some of our readers may have missed the Safe-Standing Survey during the holidays…

We have ten questions seeking your views on: whether you would support the provision for Safe-Standing area(s) at the rebuilt County Ground if this was permitted; how it could be implemented; and in what ways could Safe-Standing affect your attendance and matchday experience.

For more information about Safe-Standing and the reasons which presently restrict Swindon Town FC implementing a return to standing areas at the County Ground please read our article by clicking HERE.

Safe-Standing Rail Seats being displayed at Wolves

After selecting your answer, click ‘VOTE’ for each of the ten questions. Make sure you click ‘VOTE’ ten times.

PLEASE ANSWER ALL TEN QUESTIONS

Select your answer then click VOTE

Select your answer then click VOTE

Select your answer then click VOTE

Select your answer then click VOTE

Select your answer then click VOTE

Select your answer then click VOTE

Select your answer then click VOTE

Select your answer then click VOTE

Select your answer then click VOTE

Select your answer then click VOTE

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE CLICKED ‘VOTE’ AFTER ANSWERING EACH QUESTION

Thank you for taking part in this survey!

The results of the questionnaire will be published in a few weeks and the findings reported to Swindon Town FC and the Football Supporters Federation.

If you agree with Safe-Standing areas being introduced into English Football please also sign the petition at the Football Supporters Federation. 

Photo courtesy the FSF Safe Standing Roadshow

One comment

  • Most of the fans in the town end stand all mthe time. When we score they often fall over the chairs when celebrating. The look of the safe standing is very good and would bring the experience of standing on the terrace into the 21st century.

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