Application form to become a Fare match day observer for 2014/15 Season
To apply to become a Fare match day observer, please complete and submit this form by 01 June 2014.
All information supplied here is done so in strict confidentiality. We will not share any of your personal details with any third parties.
Please note that this is a restricted call for additional recruitment of Fare match day observers to strengthen capacity of the system in specific countries. Only applicants with expertise in the following coutries are eligible to apply:
- Czech Republic
In case you have participated in the Fare observer scheme in 2013-14 football season and received training, you do not need to apply again.
Surname (as in passport)
First Name (as in passport)
Date of Birth
Passport Expiry Date
Mobile Number (incl. country code)
Other languages you are confident using (please list languages and explain at which at what level i.e. beginner, intermediate, fluent)
Which days of the week are you available to monitor matches?
Which country and city are you based in?
Are you available to travel inside your country of residence if Fare compensates you for travel and accommodation costs?
Are you available to travel outside your country of residence if Fare compensates you for travel and accommodation costs?
Fare will organise a training session for all observers on June 27-28. Will you be able to attend? Fare will cover the costs.
The Fare match day observer role requires using some technical equipment to record possible incidents and reporting back to Fare.
Do you have and are able to use any of the following technical equipment?
smart phone with internet access
Have you participated in Fare Network activities before? If yes please specify.
Have you participated in anti-racist or anti-discrimination activities, including monitoring, work with ethnic minorities in your country before? Please specify:
Are you part of an organisation?
NGO/human rights group
How would you describe the football fan culture in your country in terms of racist and discriminatory incidents or far-right displays?
Which football team do you support? (Fare observers should remain objective and avoid monitoring matches of their own team or direct rival teams)
How would you describe your knowledge of racism, discrimination and far-right activity in your country?
Please explain your motivation to become a Fare match day observer and your expectations from taking up this role (not more than 300 words):