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In August, FIFA launched a fan survey geared towards gaining different insights from fans around the world

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In August, FIFA launched a fan survey geared towards gaining different insights from fans around the world, which was promoted with FIFA 17
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, Facebook and Twitter for three weeks. Members of the FIFA. com Club were also invited to participate.
We received an overwhelming response from a lot more than 26, 000 fans from over 200 Member Associations. Fans were invited to deliver frank feedback on several contemporary football topics, as well as issues directly related to FIFA. Asking FIFA to deepen it's relationship with fans by way of more regular, open communication was some sort of recurring theme.
The CONMEBOL region saw the most important volume of respondents (35 per cent), followed by CONCACAF (24 %) and AFC (24 per cent). In terms of particular person countries, fans from India (18 %) were the main by-country group, followed by Colombia (10 %), and the USA (9 per cent). Sixty per cent of responses got their start in fans in the 18-35 age bracket.
As well as being invited to accomplish a survey, fans were also asked if they wish to participate in further conversation with FIFA on key themes at FIFA’s headquarters in Zurich.
Of those respondents that selected this option, 50 fans have been chosen to indulge in a second discussion forum, following on from a preliminary pilot project last fall. Fans from Australia, China PR, India, Mexico, Qatar, United Kingdom and USA are going to be among the group going to Zurich from 27-28 Oct.
FIFA staff will join in a varied range regarding discussions with fans and also FIFA will document both the days across its digital camera platforms.
Key findings will be shared following the conclusion of the forum as FIFA continues to seek new ways to contact fans, and exchange ideas on how to also improve online and offline activations.
We would like to help thank all 26, 000 fans who done the survey for assisting FIFA and providing valuable insights on some essential areas. FIFA’s aim is to ultimately improve fan experiences at events, provide a broader, more interactive range of digital services and as well aspire to provide fan services in a range of different areas throughout the entire year.

In August, FIFA launched a fan survey geared towards gaining different insights from fans around the world, which was promoted with FIFA. com, Facebook and Twitter for three weeks. Members of the FIFA. com Club were also invited to participate.
We received an overwhelming response from a lot more than 26, 000 fans from over 200 Member Associations. Fans were invited to deliver frank feedback on several contemporary football topics, as well as issues directly related to FIFA. Asking FIFA to deepen it's relationship with fans by way of more regular, open communication was some sort of recurring theme.
The CONMEBOL region saw the most important volume of respondents (35 per cent), followed by CONCACAF (24 %) and AFC (24 per cent). In terms of particular person countries, fans from India (18 %) were the main by-country group, followed by Colombia (10 %), and the USA (9 per cent). Sixty per cent of responses got their start in fans in the 18-35 age bracket.
As well as being invited to accomplish a survey, fans were also asked if they wish to participate in further conversation with FIFA on key themes at FIFA’s headquarters in Zurich.
Of those respondents that selected this option, 50 fans have been chosen to indulge in a second discussion forum, following on from a preliminary pilot project last fall. Fans from Australia, China PR, India, Mexico, Qatar, United Kingdom and USA are going to be among the group going to Zurich from 27-28 Oct.
FIFA staff will join in a varied range regarding discussions with fans and also FIFA will document both the days across its digital camera platforms.
Key findings will be shared following the conclusion of the forum as FIFA continues to seek new ways to contact fans, and exchange ideas on how to also improve online and offline activations.
We would like to help thank all 26, 000 fans who done the survey for assisting FIFA and providing valuable insights on some essential areas. FIFA’s aim is to ultimately improve fan experiences at events, provide a broader, more interactive range of digital services and as well aspire to provide fan services in a range of different areas throughout the entire year.

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