The Roar Supporters Federation (RSF) have released their interim report on the results of their fan survey off the back of the poor performance of the A League team at the Asian Championship Cup game at QSAC last week.
Fans took to social media to share their thoughts on the game, which saw numbers peeling from player’s jerseys.
RSF, as a voice of the fans, penned an open letter to Brisbane Roar Football Club (BRFC) and the FFA, and also launched a survey to capture the concerns of fans during this time.
This interim report highlights the 4 main themes of concerns raised by fans in the survey, including The Club, Management and Operations, Team Performance and Match Day experience.
The RSF is calling for meetings with BRFC and the FFA to discuss the results of the survey, and to determine a path forward that will satisfy the supporters they represent.
RSF spokesperson Chris McAlister said that the fact that 846 fans took the time to raise over 1500 issues indicated the level of unhappiness across the supporter base.
“BRFC has had a strong history of fair play and a culture that has produced final winning teams in the past. Unfortunately, fans have seen the culture, and thus results take a downward turn recently, and we’re not happy about it.
“The RSF expects to meet with the club and FFA to see how we can help return our club to a state where fans are once again happy with their experiences and the performance of the club.” Said McAlister.
The RSF will be producing a further report once an in-depth analysis of the survey results has been completed.
Read the report here: 2018 Issues Survey_RSF