Council bosses have teamed up with football clubs Celtic, Rangers, Partick Thistle, Queen's Park and Clyde, and supporters' groups.
The Glasgow Football Task Force is chaired by senior councillor Archie Graham - husband of Labour leader Johann Lamont and prominent Celtic fan.
Its aim is to give fans of all clubs more say on how the game develops in one of its historic homes.
The task force began by asking all lovers of the sport to fill in a special online survey run by Supporters Direct Scotland.
Mr Graham said: "Fans are the lifeblood of the game and I would urge everyone with an interest in football in Glasgow to complete the survey.
"Glasgow played a fundamentally important role in the development of football as we know it today.
"The views of Glasgow's current generation of football fans will help inform how we build the sport for the future."
The survey here covers a wide range of topics from the quality of facilities for players, how fans are treated by their clubs, standing at games and how well football manages wider social issues such as racism, homophobia and sectarianism.
Organisers reckon it will take just five minutes to fill in.
Paul Goodwin, head of Supporters' Direct Scotland, has asked that fans respond as quickly as possible and also to share the web-link to the survey freely throughout their own groups and associations.
He said: "Supporters' Direct Scotland has been working on the Glasgow City Football Task Force to look at many of the issues that have an impact on football in our city.
"We need the help of fans in helping shape the future direction city takes with football. Fans' views are really important to us and it will take minutes to complete the survey."
The survey can be found through the council website at www.glasgow.gov.uk
Football is a major economic driver for the city so the task force includes tourism, city marketing and business chiefs as well as women's, youth, amateur and city-wide associations.