|Formation||20 August 1981|
|Purpose||Official appreciation society for the works of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson|
|Products||Members-only magazine, merchandise, events and services|
|1,300 (peak 2,000 approx. (1996))|
|Nick Williams (since 2007)|
Fanderson is the official appreciation society for the works of British film and television producers Gerry and Sylvia Anderson. It is a not-for-profit organisation endorsed by ITV Studios Global Entertainment, ITC Entertainment Group, The Indestructible Production Company and Anderson Entertainment. Based in the United Kingdom, but with an international membership, the club is run by a small committee of unpaid volunteers.
The club was formed on 20 August 1981 at a meeting convened by ITC and Gerry Anderson. Previously, ITC had supported the various clubs and societies that followed Anderson's works; in 1981 it requested that the separate groups merge, and in exchange promised to give its full support (except financial assistance) to the new organisation.
- Nelson, Sue (30 August 1996). "50 Years and Counting". The Independent. London: Independent Print. Archived from the original on 23 April 2014. Retrieved 27 October 2014.
- Williams, Nick (24 March 2014). "Chairman's Letter: Fanderson's Relationship with Anderson Entertainment". fanderson.org.uk. Bradford. Archived from the original on 26 October 2014. Retrieved 27 October 2014.
- FAQs at fanderson.org.uk