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#TerraceTalk is a supporter-led mental health initiative run by the FSA and our network of members fan groups at clubs across the country – it’s aim is to encourage open and honest conversations about mental health while encouraging supporters who need them to seek out mental health support services.

So far, #TerraceTalk has included a series of events from panel discussions to training for FSA staff and volunteers, and the sharing of resources with supporter groups. A central theme of #TerraceTalk is to remember and recognise the value that the social aspects of the matchday routine provide to fans up and down the country.

#TerraceTalk resources:

Useful links:

Contact Mind for dealing with mental health matters – Mind also have a partnership with the EFL. Other useful resources…

For medical advice call the NHS on 111.

#TerraceTalk: Support available this Christmas

This year we’ve been promoting #TerraceTalk – a fan-led mental health initiative – to encourage open and honest conversations about mental health and encourage supporters who need them to seek out mental health support services.

#TerraceTalk: All Sides of the Game – watch now

Last month we held the second in a series of events for the fan-led mental health campaign #TerraceTalk.

#TerraceTalk: How should fans should tackle mental health?

As part of our mental health campaign – #TerraceTalk – we spoke to three of our supporter representatives, Paul Severn from Nottingham Forest Supporters Trust, Nick from the Canaries Trust & the Canaries Trust Mental Health Hub and Geoff Bielby from Hull City Supporters’ Trust, about how supporters groups can go about setting up a mental health project within their communities.

Matchdays and mental health: “Consistency in an ever-changing world”

Today as part of our Mental Health Awareness week activity one of the volunteers who was instrumental in the creation of the #TerraceTalk campaign, Paul Severn of Nottingham Forest Supporters Trust, tells us why football is an important vehicle for talking about mental health problems…

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
  • Pledgeball