The Blue Union are delighted to accept an invitation to speak at the “STAND: Ale Music Football” event in Liverpool at The Black-E this Saturday 6th July from 3pm.
We urge all of our supporters to come down and take part in the event.
Organised by BOSS Night and STAND AMF Fanzine it will be a day and night of football talk, music and drink. Taking place in The Black-E in Liverpool city centre “Ale, Music, Football” will kick off with a panel based discussion aiming to answer the question “What can we, as football supporters, do next to take back our game?”.
The panel discussing modern football includes:
Amanda Jacks (Football Supporters Federation), Andy Walsh (FC United), Brian Reade (Daily Mirror), David Preece (Professional Footballer), Gary Hart (Parliamentary Outreach Officer), James Brown (sabotagetimes.com), James McKenna (Spirit of Shankly Liverpool Supporters Union), Kevin Rye (Supporters Direct), Marc Jones (AFC Wimbledon), Marc Quambasch (Kein Zwanni/Borussia Dortmund), Mark Howell (Chester FC), Nick Miller (football365.com), Tom Hocking (When Saturday Comes), Tony Evans (The Times) and representatives from Everton’s Blue Union.
This will be followed by live music from Mercury 13 and later an OFFICIAL HAPPY MONDAYS DJ SET from BEZ (The Happy Mondays) and VINCE VEGA (Happy Mondays Tour DJ) as well as music from The Beat Boutique DJ’s.
This is an event for supporters of all clubs to come together for the future of our game. It’s been taken from us. Let’s take it back!
Time to leave any rivalries at the door, have a good time and make a STAND!
Tickets can be purchased online here right up until 2pm Saturday. There is an option to collect on the day or you can select postage up until 4pm Thursday.
Doors 2pm. First debate 3pm and will run until 11pm.
The Black-E is in Chinatown, only a few minutes from Lime Street Station.
Black-E, 1 Great George St, Liverpool, L1 5EW