Football For Everyone
Access to football - and progress within it - is available to people from every ethnic group.
We want to ensure people are aware that people from different ethnic backgrounds know how and where to get into football remains on ongoing priority. Rightly, this priority falls to The Football Association, as the game’s governing body in this country.
However, our work to break down barriers is not aimed at players – it is equally directed at potential referees, administrators, coaches, volunteers and spectators.
Ultimately all our race equality work is focused on one ethos: using the positive power of football to create equal opportunities – for everyone and anyone – to enjoy the world’s greatest game.
Our continued aim is to eradicate racism in football by ensuring no barriers exist to anyone enjoying our national game – whatever their ethnic background.
To view the Kick It Out website, please visit http://www.kickitout.org/
Show Racism the Red Card - Anti-Racism education pack
An anti-racism education pack produced by Show Racism the Red Card which aims to familiarise young people with the causes and consequences of racism as well as helping them to develop good relationships and respect the differences between people, regardless of ethnicity.
Professional Player Interviews (films)
A selection of video interviews conducted by Show Racism the Red Card with Professional footballers on the issue of racism in football.
Israel/Palestine Kick It Out
A video produced by Lets Kick Racism Out of Football as part of the campaign to combat racism in Israeli society.
Sporting Equals - BME Coaching in Sport report
A report into Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Coach in Sport, compiled by Sporting Equals
Sporting Equals - BME Volunteering in Sport Report
A report into Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) volunteering in Sport, complied by Sporting Equals
Sporting Equals - Club Membership report
A report compiled by Sporting Equals looking into the diversity of Club Membership within Sport
Sporting Equals - Facilities report
A report compiled by Sporting Equals looking into how sports facilities have been designed and managed to maximise participation from all sections of the community