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Fans Survey results revealed

20 March 2014

98% of respondents proud fans

The results of the club’s first Fans’ Survey have been revealed – with 96% of all respondents saying that Burton Albion is a family friendly club.

The survey ran during January and February in partnership with Burton & South Derbyshire College, and gained 481 responses on issues such as the club’s relationship with supporters, ticketing, catering, merchandise and media.

Of all those that responded, 83% agreed that the club take the opinions of supporters into consideration, whilst almost 79% agreed that a good range of refreshments are available within the ground’s catering outlets.
Full statistics from the survey can be found below, and they are sure to make fascinating reading into what Burton Albion supporters want to see from their club.

With almost 96% of people believing the matchday experience at the Pirelli Stadium is suitable for children, the club have continued to encourage young fans to attend games with excellent Season Ticket pricing.

Chairman Ben Robinson said: “When we set up this survey, we wanted to hear what the supporters had to say about their club, and to guide us on our strengths and areas on which we can improve.

“We have been encouraged by the response we received, and will strive to take supporters’ comments and feelings on board as we move forward into the future.

“The most pleasing aspect of these results is the overwhelming feeling that this is a family club – we've always been rightly proud of our image as a family-friendly club and are pleased to see supporters feel the same.

“We don’t want this Fans’ Survey to be a one-off and it is important that we use the data as a starting block to improve the football club going forward.

“We want to make sure we are regularly engaging with supporters, and we are aiming for an even better response next time.”

To read the survey results in full, please click the following link:-

Fans Survey Results

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