From the grassroots level to the top of the professional game, everyone has a story to tell.
This section of the Kick It Out website includes features around the amateur game, women working in football, Kick It Out's Chair, and much more.
Kick It Out also hosts a variety of articles from resident blogger Asif Burhan, as well as interviews with former and current players discussing the issues that matter most to them in the modern game.
In the week of the 40th anniversary of Viv Anderson making history as the first Black man to play for the England national senior team, Resident Blogger Asif Burhan takes a look back at a series of landmarks of England's Black male footballers.Read more
Resident blogger, Samantha Miller, spoke to Kick It Out ambassador and Barcelona forward Toni Duggan as she captained England for the first time.Read more
Peter Augustine, County Coach Developer at The FA, reveals how Surrey FA are looking to bring football to the whole county, as well reflecting on discrimination in grassroots football and the importance of Kick It Out.Read more
Ahead of the World Cup in Russia, Kick It Out’s resident blogger Asif Burhan spoke to ITV’s lead commentator and Raise Your Game mentor, Clive Tyldesley, about his World Cup memories.Read more
Harjeet Johal, a Canadian football journalist, spoke to former United States Men’s captain Jay DeMerit on his experience of playing for his nation at a World Cup and his thoughts on Kick It Out reaching 25 years of campaigning.Read more
Kick It Out spoke to Paula Wyatt, Women’s and Girls’ Referee Coordinator at Hampshire FA, on her hopes for the future of women officials and the importance of role models in refereeing.Read more
Kick It Out spoke to Cindi Chatha, Inclusion Football Development Officer at Essex County Football Association, who reflected on her passion for football development and equality, as well as her work in bringing communities together in Essex.Read more
Kick It Out spoke to Jess Preece, Sports Rehabilitator at Exeter City, reflects on the challenges she has experienced as a woman working in the game, as well as offering her thoughts and advice on what more can be to encourage more young women to work in the industry.Read more
Kick It Out spoke to Jess Preece, Sports Rehabilitator at Exeter City, who reflected on growing up immersed in sport, her journey into football from university and gave an insight into her day-to-day role in Exeter’s medical team.Read more
Kick It Out spoke to Craig Freeman about his grassroots 'Friday Night Project',. which aims to address issues of race, gender and social injustices through football.Read more
In part two, Carol Fleming, a HR professional at Queens Park Rangers discussed the need for female role models in the football industry, encouraging more diversity in the game and Kick It Out's role in promoting equality.Read more