Football to Finally Get Some Clarity

Football survey panel launched to poll supporters for their opinions on issues in the game.

London, United Kingdom, November 08, 2011 --( UK survey company Clarity Surveys have announced the launch of a football survey panel aimed at understanding the views of football fans across the UK and effecting change in the football sector.

In addition to a series of other sport surveys, a variety of topics impacting on the football industry will be surveyed by Clarity throughout 2011 and 2012. The first topic for the panel centres on corruption in football and the recent contentious topic of football ownership as covered in Channel 4’s Dispatches documentary "How to Buy a Football Club."

Paul Collins, Managing Director of Clarity Surveys said, "We're excited to get the chance to gather the views from football fans across the country and subsequently investigate how we can leverage them for change at all levels of the game."

Future subjects of the planned football surveys are expected to cover the commercialism of football in the modern era, players’ wages, the role of football in the community and much more.

Paul went on to say, "As we grow the panel, we'll be using the insight and results we generate to give fans a real voice and bring about changes that benefit the average fan by exposing those results in the media."

Fans will be invited to join the panel at the end of surveys deployed through social media, at the end of official club surveys and through liaising with affiliates of internet forums and football news groups.

For more information on the survey panel please contact Paul Collins at Clarity Surveys. Alternatively, supporters can join the panel itself at

Clarity UK
Paul Collins
0203 356 9701