Support the Portsmouth FC Tifosy campaign!

Portsmouth Football Club has endured a surreal roller coaster ride over the past 8 – 10 years.

From the heights if winning the FA Cup in 2008 and competing in Europe against AC Milan to successive relegations and financial meltdown, the club and its fans have been through the mill.

Led by Michael Dyer, a lifelong supporter, the Verisona Law team was instrumental in saving the club from oblivion, by creating a community ownership model that has drawn international acclaim.

You can read the case study here.

Crowd-funding a new academy

We are still contributing to the running of the club and are delighted to give some web space to its latest campaign: raising £250,000 to purchase a training ground for the first team and academy.

Amazingly this will be the first training ground Portsmouth Football Club has ever owned and will provide a valuable resource with which to develop talented youngsters and train the first team.

Every donation of any size is gratefully received and there are incentives ranging from official Pompey wristbands to season-long director’s box hospitality, depending on the size of your pledge.

If you would like to donate or simply find out more about this innovative crowd-funding campaign, please go to

If you need advice on any aspect of buying, running, rescuing or owning a football club, please get in touch.

Managers, back-room staff and players

With our comprehensive legal expertise and services we can make an immediate impact, wherever you play us.

  • Players, managers and back-room staff
  • Employment contracts and variations
  • Agent representation
  • Disciplinary representation
  • Personal sponsorship & image rights
  • Family law, wealth management, property

Clubs and club owners

  • Funding and business sale/acquisition
  • Transfer agreements
  • Employment and HR matters
  • Insolvency and turnarounds
  • IP, image rights and brand enforcement
  • Disciplinary presentations
  • Regulatory issues

Governing bodies, community groups and associations

  • Fan ownership and club acquisition
  • Sporting codes and ethics
  • Disciplinary matters
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  • Disputes

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