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Jack Leslie Campaign: “Time for supporters to know his name”

As debates rage around the nation’s statuary, Plymouth Argyle fans are fighting to get one of their greatest players honoured. Here Matt Tiller tells us about the Jack Leslie Campaign, a movement to get a pioneering black player recognised at Home Park…

Fans for Diversity FIFA 20 tournament a big hit

While the coronavirus lockdown has stopped professional sport in its tracks, football has joined the likes of F1 and cycling in using e-sports to fill the void. 

Level Playing Field’s Weeks of Action 2020

Level Playing Field’s ‘Weeks of Action’, which help highlight the positive initiatives undertaken by clubs, sporting venues and their governing bodies to improve access for disabled fans, will run from Saturday 29th February to Sunday 15th March.

No – we don’t need to ban football chat in the office

Spurs fan and FSA Board member Chris Paouros takes issue with the idea that just because she’s a woman, she might feel left out by football chat…

Helping make non-league football accessible to all

We have teamed up with leading disability charity Level Playing Field (LPF) to help non-league clubs improve access and facilities for disabled fans. We’re delighted that the idea is being supported by both the National League, which has required all clubs to complete the disability access survey, and the Northern Premier League.

Get involved with the Fans for Diversity campaign

A number of spaces are coming up on the Fans for Diversity campaign’s Guidance Group, and we are welcoming applications from fans who think they have something to offer to the campaign in 2020.

Premier League campaign: No room for racism

This weekend the Premier League continued their 'No Room For Racism' campaigning - working with fans, the FA, EFL, PFA, and Kick It Out to tackle discrimination across the game.

Education work: Giving young fans a second chance

What started as informal work to help club staff in need is now being transformed into an impactful educational programme helping football fans across the country.

Fans for Diversity annual review – 2019

It’s been another busy year for the Fans for Diversity campaign as we continue to grow and develop our work across all strands of diversity.

Fans for Diversity Award winners announced

The winners of our first Fans for Diversity Awards were announced today, celebrating the work that individuals and fan groups do throughout the football pyramid and across the country. 

Villans Together: expanding the pride

This summer it will be exactly one year since the creation of Villans Together, a small but dedicated group of volunteers who are changing the way Aston Villa is perceived by its local community.

Fans for Diversity Awards shortlists announced

This month will see the first ever Fans for Diversity Awards presented at our conference on Friday 20th September, organised with our partners at Kick It Out.

Football United: Whitehawk event promotes LGBT+ football culture

While the excitement and celebration of this weekend's Football United event has been attracting the attention of the LGBT+ community and the media, it may perplex some football fans about why events like this are needed, and why they are important.

Register now: Fans for Diversity Conference

The FSA and Kick it Out would love to see you at the Fans for Diversity Conference on 20th September, an afternoon celebrating fans who make a difference in the game, so get the date in your diaries.

Football United: Whitehawk FC event celebrates LGBT football

The Fans for Diversity campaign will be supporting a one-off game ahead of Brighton’s pride event next month to celebrate LGBT culture in football.

Fans campaign to improve non-league access

Our Fans for Diversity campaign has teamed up with leading disability charity Level Playing Field and the Northern Premier League to help non-league clubs improve access for disabled fans.

Diversity in action in the national game

It can sometimes feel as if the top tier of football is just engaged in debate in the media or in meeting rooms about what to do about discrimination in every aspect of the game; but there are thousands of active supporters and clubs at all levels trying to make a difference. That includes sparks of activity in the National Game too, thanks to the Fans for Diversity campaign.

Grimsby Town fans campaign for new disabled facilities

The Mariners’ Trust has launched a crowdfunding initiative to raise £15,000 to modernise the disabled facilities at Grimsby Town’s Blundell Park.

A weekend celebrating diversity

On Friday 8th March the Fans Supporting Foodbanks initiative in Liverpool attended the Penny Lane mosque in Liverpool to receive a set of food and other donations that had been made over the past eight weeks.

Love Football Hate Racism heads to Dulwich

Love Football Hate Racism will be hosting a musical event at Dulwich Hamlet next month to bring football fans together against racism and discrimination.

Funding partners

  • The Football Association
  • Premier Leage Fans Fund

Partners

  • Gamble Aware
  • Co-operatives UK
  • FSE
  • Kick It Out
  • Level Playing Field
  • Living Wage Foundation
  • SD Europe