Gainsborough football fans - have your say on the European Super League in our 'For the Fans' survey

The proposed launch of the breakaway European Super League, with the so-called 'big six’ Premier League teams at its centre, is threatening the fabric and future of English football.

On the field, the competitive nature and ability of clubs to progress through the football pyramid will be reduced, while off the field, revenues will be in danger of collapsing which will have a knock-on effect for our communities, not just our clubs.

There has been widespread anger against the plans, from UEFA and the Premier League to the Prime Minister, former players and the ordinary fan in the street.

That's why the Standard has launched its For the Fans campaign.

Take part in our 'For the Fans' survey and have your say on the plans for a European Super League

This campaign aims to: Protect our clubs and communities against ESL impact; Highlight the potential repercussions to our communities and readers; Push for full-scale reform of football governance and football finance; Encourage a fan-led review to give supporters a bigger say in future of their club.

Now we want to hear about what you think about the ESL.

Do you think the new league will be good for football?

Should the ‘big six’ be kicked out of the Premier League, as former England captain Alan Shearer is calling for?

Should players of clubs taking part be banned from playing international football in future?

Are you a supporter of one of the ‘big six’, another Premier League or Football League side, or a grassroots team like Gainsborough Trinity – how do you think the ESL will affect your team and your community?

These are just some of the questions we want to hear your opinions on.