The Scottish football authorities have combined to launch a survey to determine supporters’ views on a wide range of issues including league reconstruction.
The SFA, SPL, SFL and Supporters Direct Scotland have worked in collaboration to produce the survey, which will seek fans’ opinions on issues such as the format of the leagues, national team performance, rules and regulations and the matchday experience.
SFA chief executive Stewart Regan said: “The Scottish FA has undergone significant modernisation with the implementation of a new performance strategy, compliance unit and the rolling out of a new board structure, including the formation of the professional game and non-professional game boards. Nonetheless, we are committed to continuing that programme of change as laid out in the McLeish Review of Scottish football.
“The global economic crisis has had a considerable impact in the financial health of the game in this country and, with league reconstruction at the top of the agenda, it is important we listen to the people who make Scottish football the unique, passionate and proud national sport that it is – the supporters.”
The survey will be open until 21 December.
Neil Doncaster, SPL chief executive, added: “Scottish football has approached a watershed and through the National Football Survey supporters have a great opportunity to share their views and make an impact on all areas of the game.”