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The vast majority of English football supporters want a return to standing in grounds, according to a survey obtained by BBC Sport.

The poll, which is due to published later in March, found 92% want clubs to bring back safe standing areas.

Stadia in the top two divisions have had to be all-seater since the Taylor Report into the Hillsborough disaster.

Former Sports Minister Kate Hoey said: "A rational reappraisal of this issue is long overdue. It's time to talk."

Pressure for another look at the issue of terracing has been growing, prompting campaigners to demand a fresh debate.

The poll was conducted by Football Fans Census (FFC), an independent forum set up to gather and communicate opinion on football-related matters.

FFC co-founder Tim Gentles said: "This is the fourth time we have polled fans on this issue and support for standing in safe, designated areas has consistently been over 90%."

The sample for this poll was 2,100 fans from all clubs and divisions, 45% of whom were season-ticket holders.

Gentles added that a recent "state of the game" survey found the right to stand was the second most important issue for fans after ticket prices.

The survey's findings came as no surprise to Hoey, who tried to re-open the case for terraces during her tenure as sports minister in 2000.

But despite Tony Blair and other senior Labour politicians saying they were in favour of the idea when in opposition, they changed their position when in power.

As a result, Hoey was quickly silenced by Culture Secretary Chris Smith and replaced soon after by current incumbent Richard Caborn. She was also criticised by relatives of Liverpool fans who lost their lives at Hillsborough.

Ninety-six supporters died on 15 April 1989 when the Leppings Lane end at Sheffield Wednesday's ground became over-crowded at the start of an FA Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forest.

The official inquiry, conducted by Lord Taylor, blamed poor policing and inadequate facilities for the tragedy but the main recommendation was for the introduction of all-seater stadia and the removal of perimeter fencing.

On Wednesday, however, an undeterred Hoey is co-hosting a seminar on the issue at the House of Commons. And with German stadia in the Bundesliga providing a working example of how modern technology and effective stewarding can provide a problem-free mix of seating and standing, she appears to be on safer ground this time.

Organised by project management group Drivers Jonas, the seminar is a result of research the company commissioned to find out how satisfied fans were with the new stadia that it helped to deliver (grounds which include Middlesbrough's and Sunderland's).

The company's football expert Geoff Aucock said: "We asked fans about their experience at the grounds - sight lines, toilets and so on - but the most interesting thing we found was the interest in bringing back standing areas.
"It was an unprompted response as we purposefully did not ask that question. So we thought it was time to re-open the debate. Our part in this is just to make sure the decision-makers have the latest information on the developments in this field."

Hoey said it was "only sensible" to bring people together to discuss the issue and expressed her disappointment that the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and the Football Licensing Authority (FLA), the body the DCMS set up to implement the Taylor Report's recommendations, had declined invitations to attend the seminar.
"They are frightened to put their head above the parapet but it is a pity that they don't feel they can even come to debate the subject," she said.

"They have their fixed position, which was fixed 10 years ago, so I am not surprised they're not coming."

Indeed, the DCMS and FLA have been consistent in their objection to any review of their all-seater policy. And safe-standing advocates have accused them of being reluctant to engage in debate.

BBC Sport asked the DCMS to comment but was told to look at Hansard, the parliamentary record, for the minister's most recent comments on the subject.

In reply to a question from Coventry South MP Jim Cunningham on 8 February, Caborn said: "No new evidence has been presented to suggest that there is a single more effective way of achieving safety as well as public order than all-seater stadia.

"The government remains fully committed to the current policy. The football authorities have also made it clear they have no wish to re-introduce any standing areas at grounds in the top two divisions."

FLA chief executive John de Quidt, however, did agree to be interviewed and gave a forthright defence of the current legislation and denied that the example of standing areas in German stadia was applicable to England.

De Quidt said the example he looked at, Hamburg's state-of-the-art Volksparkstadion, where the terrace steps rotate 180 degrees to be replaced by seats when necessary, was too expensive and required too much land to be replicated in England.

He also defended the FLA's research into injury statistics at grounds. These indicate that injuries are decreasing and suggest that all-seater grounds are safer than grounds with standing sections.

Pro-standing campaigners, however, challenge the validity of these statistics, saying they include injuries suffered anywhere on the club's premises, regardless of their relevance to standing or even if the conditions existed prior to the game.

They also point to the inconsistency of standing being allowed at lower-division football and other sports and, most glaringly, music concerts at all-seater football stadia.

Amanda Matthews of pro-standing group Stand Up Sit Down said: "Those statistics are not worth the paper they are printed on. The authorities trot them out because they know their argument is weak. There is no evidence whatsoever that all-seater grounds are safer than ones with standing."

But de Quidt said: "The government has made its position clear, that is why we will not be attending (Wednesday's seminar).

It is a forum designed to generate more heat than light. There is a difference between entering into a debate and participating in a circus."
But with concerns over ticket prices, an ageing crowd demographic, falling attendances, inconsistencies in the legislation, a perceived lack of atmosphere at many grounds and the undiminished support for standing from fans, pressure is growing on the authorities to re-examine the all-seater requirement.

Wednesday's seminar is timely as an early day motion that calls for "the government to re-examine the case for introducing, small, limited sections of safe standing areas" has received cross-party approval.

And fans' group the Football Supporters' Federation (FSF) is set to present the DCMS and FLA with a dossier of new evidence that it hopes will force them to reconsider.

The FSF's Phill Gatenby is one of the authors of that dossier and has recently returned from a fact-finding trip to Germany, where he saw three Bundesliga matches, all with large, reasonably-priced, trouble-free and very passionate standing sections.

"Nobody wants to downplay the seriousness of what happened at Hillsborough or return to the hooligan problems of the 70s and 80s," said Gatenby.

"But football fans are different now and so is the technology. Even Lord Taylor said standing was not the reason for Hillsborough.

"The DCMS and FLA say it's about safety one minute, public order the next and then claim it's too expensive when those arguments fall down.

"The German example is new evidence. Surely it is time for everybody to sit down and talk about this."
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Nada menos que un 92% de los aficionados encuestados a pie de estadio están a favor de la vuelta de las localidades de a pie.

Y que se haga eco la BBC de ello y algunos dirigentes y autoridades digan que "es el momento de planteárselo de nuevo" es esperanzador.

Yo al menos estoy completamente a favor. Al parecer en Alemania se está experimentando con esto (no lo sabía).

Ahora no tengo tiempo, pero si alguien quiere traducción completa que me diga.

Pero bueno, el dato está ahí, es esperanzador para que el futbol recobre algo de su sabor perdido.

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Me parece algo FUNDAMENTAL para revitalizar el futbol!!

A ver en que se queda todo esto... en su dia se hizo por seguridad, pero si se controla el acceso de la gente en cada zona, no veo la diferencia entre estar de pie o sentado...ç

Yo de todas formas soy partidario de ver todo tipo de deportes de pie, o casi todos ;)


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toda la razon, orereta. quitar los asientos, significa revitalizar los fondos de los estadios y la animacion en los mismos.

sabre, si estos dias tienes tiempo y tal (sin ningun compromiso :wink: ) le pegas una traduccion o algun resumen del articulo.


fuera los asientos de los estadios!!

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Estoy de acuerdo. Los asientos han sido la destrucción de la animación en los estadios.

Si no me equivoco, creo que todo vino a raíz de la avalancha de Heyssel y la normativa UEFA de suprimir las vallas y de colocar asientos, como medidas preventivas contra las avalanchas.

Yo creo que fue una medida absurda por los siguientes motivos:

1- Primero, porque los asientos no han significado un descenso de la violencia en el fútbol, sino las medidas anti-hooligan, diffidatti en Italia o la prohibición de acceso a ciertas personas.

2- Los asientos, es cierto, han servido para evitar los excesos de aforo. Pero eso mismo puede conseguirse con unos tornos bien instalados y en funcionamiento en las entradas.

3- La animación ha descendido en TODOS los estadios desde la instalación de los asientos. Hace tiempo, leí en la revista de las gradas francesas SUP MAG un reportaje, muy interesante, en donde hacían un estudio de cómo la implantación de los asientos había conllevado un descenso del número de aficionados que acudían a los estadios. Es decir, menos socios. Tiene su lógica, pues mucha gente va (mejor dicho, iba) a los estadios por el ambiente, la animación, los cánticos y el colorido y no exclusivamente por el fútbol.


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La amplia mayoría de Supporters ingleses quieren volver a estar de pie en los estadios, si nos atenemos al sondeo obtenido por BBC Sport


La encuesta, que va a ser publicada adentrado Marzo, encontró que el 92% de los aficionados quieren recuperar gradas seguras de a pie

Los estadios en las dos máximas divisiones tenían que ser todos sentados desde el Informe Taylor tras el desastre de Hillsborougg (fue este desastre y no la violencia de Heyssel lo que lo provoco, Only)

El antiguo ministro de deportes Kate Hoey dijo: "Una reevaluación de este asunto está atrasada desde hace mucho tiempo. Es hora de hablar".

La presión para echar un nuevo vistazo al asunto de las gradas de a pie ha ido creciendo, propiciada por miembros de una campaña que demanda un debate fresco (nuevo)

La encuesta fue conducida por Football Fans Census (FFC), un foro independiente organizado para reunir y comunicar opinión en asuntos relacionados con el fútbol.

El Cofundador de FFC Tim Gentles dijo: "Es la cuarta vez que hemos encuestado a los fans en esta materia y el apoyo a ver los partidos de pie de una forma segura y delimitada siempre fue superior al 90%"

La muestra empleada para esta encuesta fue de 2100 fans, de todos los clubes y divisiones, siendo el 45% de los mismos socios que acuden al estadio toda la temporada.


Gentles añadió que un sondeo sobre el estado del futbol encontró el derecho a estar de pie en los estadios como el segundo asunto más importante para los fans, sólo después del precio de las entradas.

Los resultados arrojados por el sondeo no vinieron de sorpresa para Hoey, quien intentó reabrir el caso de las entradas de a pie, durante su mandato como Ministro de deportes en el año 2000.

Pero a pesar de que Tony Blair y otros importantes políticos laboristas decían que estaban a favor de la idea cuando estaban en la oposición, cambiaron de posición una vez estaban en el poder.

Como resultado de ello, Hoey fue acallado rápidamente por el Secretario de Cultura Chris Smith, y reemplazado poco después por el titular actual Richard Caborn (que ganas de confundirme en esta parte de la traduccion y escribir Cabrón). Hoey también fue criticada por parientes de fans del Liverpool que perdieron sus vidas en Hillsborough (larga historia que ha de analizarse con detenimiento)

96 supporters murieron el 15 de Abril de 1989, cuando la grada de Leppings lane del estadio del Sheffield Wednesday se sobrepopuló al comienzo de una semifinal de la FA cup contra el Nottimgham Forest (Ah, un clásico en aquellos tiempos).

La investigación oficial, conducida por Lord Taylor, culpó a la pobre gestión y a los equipamientos inadecuados del estadio de la tragedia y la recomendación principal resultante fue la introducción de estadios todo-sentados y la eliminación de las vallas de contención perimetrales del campo.

El Miércoles, sin embargo, el ininmutable Hoey va a ser copartícipe de una conferencia en la materia en la Casa de los Comunes. Y con modernos estadios en Alemania de la Bundesliga como ejemplo vigente de cómo la tecnología moderna y un personal de seguridad adecuado pueden proveer de estadios mixtos de sentado y de a pie, esta vez Hoey pisará terrenos más seguros (a la hora de abordar el tema)

(Luego sigo, he de salir)

Organised by project management group Drivers Jonas, the seminar is a result of research the company commissioned to find out how satisfied fans were with the new stadia that it helped to deliver (grounds which include Middlesbrough's and Sunderland's).

The company's football expert Geoff Aucock said: "We asked fans about their experience at the grounds - sight lines, toilets and so on - but the most interesting thing we found was the interest in bringing back standing areas.
"It was an unprompted response as we purposefully did not ask that question. So we thought it was time to re-open the debate. Our part in this is just to make sure the decision-makers have the latest information on the developments in this field."

Hoey said it was "only sensible" to bring people together to discuss the issue and expressed her disappointment that the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and the Football Licensing Authority (FLA), the body the DCMS set up to implement the Taylor Report's recommendations, had declined invitations to attend the seminar.
"They are frightened to put their head above the parapet but it is a pity that they don't feel they can even come to debate the subject," she said.

"They have their fixed position, which was fixed 10 years ago, so I am not surprised they're not coming."

Indeed, the DCMS and FLA have been consistent in their objection to any review of their all-seater policy. And safe-standing advocates have accused them of being reluctant to engage in debate.

BBC Sport asked the DCMS to comment but was told to look at Hansard, the parliamentary record, for the minister's most recent comments on the subject.

In reply to a question from Coventry South MP Jim Cunningham on 8 February, Caborn said: "No new evidence has been presented to suggest that there is a single more effective way of achieving safety as well as public order than all-seater stadia.

"The government remains fully committed to the current policy. The football authorities have also made it clear they have no wish to re-introduce any standing areas at grounds in the top two divisions."

FLA chief executive John de Quidt, however, did agree to be interviewed and gave a forthright defence of the current legislation and denied that the example of standing areas in German stadia was applicable to England.

De Quidt said the example he looked at, Hamburg's state-of-the-art Volksparkstadion, where the terrace steps rotate 180 degrees to be replaced by seats when necessary, was too expensive and required too much land to be replicated in England.

He also defended the FLA's research into injury statistics at grounds. These indicate that injuries are decreasing and suggest that all-seater grounds are safer than grounds with standing sections.

Pro-standing campaigners, however, challenge the validity of these statistics, saying they include injuries suffered anywhere on the club's premises, regardless of their relevance to standing or even if the conditions existed prior to the game.

They also point to the inconsistency of standing being allowed at lower-division football and other sports and, most glaringly, music concerts at all-seater football stadia.

Amanda Matthews of pro-standing group Stand Up Sit Down said: "Those statistics are not worth the paper they are printed on. The authorities trot them out because they know their argument is weak. There is no evidence whatsoever that all-seater grounds are safer than ones with standing."

But de Quidt said: "The government has made its position clear, that is why we will not be attending (Wednesday's seminar).

It is a forum designed to generate more heat than light. There is a difference between entering into a debate and participating in a circus."
But with concerns over ticket prices, an ageing crowd demographic, falling attendances, inconsistencies in the legislation, a perceived lack of atmosphere at many grounds and the undiminished support for standing from fans, pressure is growing on the authorities to re-examine the all-seater requirement.

Wednesday's seminar is timely as an early day motion that calls for "the government to re-examine the case for introducing, small, limited sections of safe standing areas" has received cross-party approval.

And fans' group the Football Supporters' Federation (FSF) is set to present the DCMS and FLA with a dossier of new evidence that it hopes will force them to reconsider.

The FSF's Phill Gatenby is one of the authors of that dossier and has recently returned from a fact-finding trip to Germany, where he saw three Bundesliga matches, all with large, reasonably-priced, trouble-free and very passionate standing sections.

"Nobody wants to downplay the seriousness of what happened at Hillsborough or return to the hooligan problems of the 70s and 80s," said Gatenby.

"But football fans are different now and so is the technology. Even Lord Taylor said standing was not the reason for Hillsborough.

"The DCMS and FLA say it's about safety one minute, public order the next and then claim it's too expensive when those arguments fall down.

"The German example is new evidence. Surely it is time for everybody to sit down and talk about this."
bbc news

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