Discrimination has no place in football
That’s the same whether on the pitch or side of the pitch, at the training ground or in the stands. We take any news of discrimination in football extremely seriously. If you tell us about something, we will act promptly and respond appropriately.
Everything we are told is treated in strict confidence. You talk, we listen, we act.
How to let us know what you’ve seen or heard
It’s easy to tell us if you’ve been the victim or witnessed an incident of discrimination in football.
Follow the link below to complete a simple online form:
complete online form
You’ll be asked to provide your details, along with details of the incident including who was involved, and where and when the incident occurred.
Another way to report the incident is through Kick It Out, the charity tackling racism and discrimination in football. Visit kickitout.org
What are the types of discrimination you can report to us?
Discriminatory abuse can be a negative reference to any one or more of the following ‘protected characteristics’, covered by the Equality Act 2010:
- Gender reassignment
- Marriage and civil partnership
- Pregnancy and maternity
- Religion and belief
- Sex (gender)
- Sexual orientation
Tell us, we’ll tackle it
If you've seen or heard discrimination in football, please use the online form to report it.
If you would like to have a discussion about the incident first please contact Robert Wharton, Senior Football Administrator on 07704 170919
To find out more about reporting discrimination and what happens next please click here.