An informal EU expert group established by the EU Law Enforcement Working Party’s (LEWP) Experts for Major Sports Events to coordinate EU Member States activities concerning security in connection with football matches with an international dimension;
The governing body of European football founded in 1954 to promote, protect and develop European football at every level of the game, to promote the principles of unity and solidarity, and to deal with all questions relating to European football;
The national football information point (NFIP) in each EU Member State; established according to the 2002/348/JHA: Council Decision of 25 April 2002 concerning security in connection with football matches with an international dimension to act as the direct, central contact point for exchanging relevant information and for facilitating international police cooperation in connection with football matches with an international dimension;
An independent, representative and democratically organised European association of football supporters with members from more than 42 UEFA member countries. It is considered as a legitimate partner for fan issues by major;
The UK government body with aim to create the conditions for safe and enjoyable experiences for spectators at all sports grounds in England and Wales and around the world. It provides trusted independent advice and guidance, and uses its experience and commitment to drive continuous improvement.
Persons appointed by all football clubs according to the UEFA regulations to ensure proper and constructive discourse between football clubs and their fans.