A sports advocacy organization by fans, for fans.

Every Fan Deserves a Voice.

Sports Fans Coalition (SFC) is dedicated to protecting the rights and interests of sports fans nationwide.

Right now, we’re fighting for player safety. The NFL has given $292,000 in campaign contributions to certain members of Congress investigating the connection between concussions and playing football. Fans and players deserve better than that.

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Latest News

Davis Makes Play for Snyder's Crown for the Worst NFL Owner

May 26, 2017

Raiders' owner and 3rd prize contest winner at a Voldemort lookalike contest, Mark Davis, attempts to also win runner-up as the worst NFL owner by screwing over a fan base Snyder doesn’t even have the cojones to screw with — public school students.

Sports Fans Coalition makes sure fans’ voices are heard in Congress

May 24, 2017

Last week the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee held a hearing on athlete health and safety and SFC submitted a letter to the record. 

Sports Fans Take Action: Senate Hearing on Sports Concussions

May 12, 2017

It’s working!  The NFL’s concussion cover-up is unraveling and Sports Fans Coalition has been at the forefront of keeping the League’s Front Office honest. Now we must take action in the U.S. Senate.

Fraud Alert: Online Ticket Dummy Sites

April 28, 2017

Fans, we’ve heard from some of your fellow fans about a possible online ticket fraud and have come up with a recommended way to fight back.

Dan Snyder is BACK to Defend His ‘Worst Owner in the NFL’ Crown

March 15, 2017

Whether they’re charging your family $500 to go to a game, paying lip service to player safety, or leaving town altogether, bad NFL owners are a dime a dozen.

Oakland Raiders Want to Screw Fans With Move to Las Vegas. No One is Shocked.

March 13, 2017

It probably shouldn’t come as a surprise that a beloved NFL team is ready to pack its bags and leave a city full of loyal Californians in the lurch.

Ticket companies vs. fans: The fight to resell tickets

February 24, 2017

Have you ever tried to resell your game tickets, only to realize that the ticket company’s fine print doesn’t allow resale?

The 2016 NFL Season: The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly

February 13, 2017

It’s that time of year again — the Super Bowl is over, and there’re no more football games for another 6 months. We know, it sucks.  But before we spend our nights scrolling through that Netflix backlog, let’s take one last look back at the NFL season.

Sports Fans Coalition’s Contest Winner Describes the Memory of a Lifetime

February 10, 2017

It was an ordinary evening. Sam, 24, and his fiancee, Emily, 26, both Kentucky natives working full time while finishing graduate school, sat on the bed watching a movie in Sam’s Elizabethtown apartment.

Loud cheers of thanks from these Jazz fans

February 02, 2017

What the owners of the Utah Jazz did last week was incredibly special. And judging by the response we got from fans, you’re incredibly grateful.

Utah Jazz owner offers a lesson in fan loyalty

January 25, 2017

After seeing headline after headline after headline about greedy owners screwing over fans to line their pockets, here’s a refreshing bit of news out of Utah.

SFC’s 2016 Scoreboard

January 17, 2017

  We’re all about speaking up on behalf of sports fans on issues where our voices aren’t usually heard. Here’s where you spoke up in 2016:  

San Diego Fans: The Latest Victims of Owner Greed

January 17, 2017

With everything that has been written, said, yelled, and sobbed over the last week about the San Diego Chargers’ move to Los Angeles, Sports Fans Coalition just wants to remind Commissioner Goodell and the greedy NFL owners that you have not heard the last from fans.

Game changers: how 2016 shaped the world of sports

January 05, 2017

It’s easy to think that sports have been played the same way for decades, but the rules are actually modified all the time. They can be adjusted to account for technological innovations, refined for safety, or simply made to be more fun for the fans. Bottom line: sports evolve.

Calling all Super Fans: Share your story and you could win tickets to the Big Game

December 22, 2016

The biggest football game of the year is coming up on February 5 in Houston -- and we’re looking for one Super Fan from the Sports Fans Coalition to offer two tickets to the game FOR FREE!

United (and sometimes divided), we’re fan families

December 02, 2016

When we think of how we became fans of our favorite teams, many of us trace that to our families. Over the past few weeks, fans around the country have sent us photos and stories about how sports have brought their families together, or incited heated rivalries.

Everyone’s experienced a #StadiumRipoff

November 18, 2016

A few weeks ago we asked fans across the country to post photos of the outrageous price gouging at pro-sports stadiums. The response was enormous. 

FOUL BALL! U.S. Department of Justice Sues DIRECTV (AT&T)

November 03, 2016

The Cubs vs. Indians in the World Series; Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton in the presidential race, and now this: U.S. vs. DIRECTV in a Dodgers doozie. Can this year get any weirder?

A Texas-sized stadium ripoff deal

October 28, 2016

We’ve written before how bad the new Texas Rangers stadium proposal is for fans. And now it’s nearly decision time. 

Greedy Owners Can Ruin Anything, Even the World Series

October 27, 2016

With the All-Cinderella-Story World Series under way, baseball fans in Cleveland and Chicago pinching themselves to make sure they aren’t living in the early 20th Century, and the Great Lakes region of the country finally getting more attention than the Northeast or West Coast, one could be forgiven for thinking that we have entered a new era of sports fandom, a throwback to a simpler, nicer time.  Not so fast.

Fan Manifesto

We are led by the fans, for the fans.
We fight to make sure our favorite sports put the fans first.
We call out the leagues and owners when they're greedy and dishonest.
We protect our favorite players to keep the game safe and exciting.
We spend our hard-earned money on tickets and jerseys,
so we have the power to make sports better when we work together.
We cheer, we scream, we speak out—
because we are sports fans, and we have a voice.