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PUBLICATION: Fans for Diversity x Women’s Game

The Football Supporters’ Association is proud to launch our new publication Fans for Diversity x Women’s Game on International Women’s Day 2023. 

Fans for Diversity x Women’s Game aims to give individuals and clubs guidance, support and funding information, along with inspiration via other projects run with the help of Fans for Diversity.

The publication features contributions from Chelsea Women manager Emma Hayes, Tottenham Hotspur Women’s Ash Neville and Bristol City Women’s coach Anita Asante, as well the FA, PFA, Level Playing Field and the UK Football Policing Unit (UKFPU).

Deborah Dilworth, head of women’s football at the FSA:

“Our aim in the women’s game is to increase attendances at grounds, encourage greater diversity among matchday crowds and help you to foster a better connection with your local communities.”


  • About the FSA and Women’s Game Network
  • What is the Fans for Diversity fund?
  • Event support
  • Survey: Discrimination in the women’s game
  • Euro 2022: Ethnic minority experiences
  • Introducing: Level Playing Field and UKFPU

Download Fans for Diversity x Women’s Game here…

Are you from a new supporters’ group in the women’s game? We’d love to hear from you.

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Funding partners

  • The Football Association
  • Premier Leage Fans Fund


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