The EFL Fan Forum, one of several regional events being run by the EFL throughout the 2017/18 season, is taking place tonight at the National Football Museum in Manchester.
The event is being managed by the EFL and involves participation from Chris Foy from Professional Game Match Officials, with the evening hosted by TV Presenter Mark Clemmit.
Supporters were invited to apply for tickets to the event, with fans from across the country in attendance to discuss the EFL’s latest broadcasting deal, digital development and any updates on the EFL’s Cup competitions.
This includes a presentation from EFL’s Head of Digital, Russ Byrne to further discuss the EFL’s digital platforms and revolutionary streaming service iFollow, which was introduced at the beginning of the current campaign.
There will also be an interactive session from former referee Foy, looking at changes to the Laws of the Game, and how match officials manage difficult in-game decisions and scenarios, as well as a photo opportunity with a number of EFL trophies.
Tonight’s Fan Forum is aimed to allow fans the opportunity to come together with the EFL and some of our partners and participate in informal discussion around key areas.