Throughout the year, professional and non-league clubs undertake a significant amount of work to promote equality in their local communities and make football a more inclusive environment.
Find out more about their events and activities below.
Are you a professional or non-league football club looking to promote the work you are doing to support equality and inclusion in football?
You can submit a news story to Kick It Out, who will host it on this webpage pending approval, by doing the following:
Everton have launched a new equality and diversity campaign - All Together Now.Read more
On EFL Day of Disabilities, Wigan Athletic players Nathan Byrne and Jamie Jones joined 20 pupils at Hope School on Monday for a disability sports session.Read more
Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT) are celebrating a year anniversary of the launch of LGBTQI+ friendly football team affiliated to a professional football club’s community trust in the UK.Read more
Newport County AFC striker, Jamille Matt, delivered season tickets to local refugee centre, The Sanctuary Refugee Welcome Group, as part of the Club’s continued efforts to be a club for everyone in its community.Read more
Leicester City celebrated Leicester Pride 2018 on Saturday with various activities taking place across the weekend.Read more
Rotherham United Community Sports Trust deliver a combination of traditional youth clubs sessions, detached youth work, outreach and sports activities across the borough of RotherhamRead more
Participants on our Club Together refugee football programme have been kitted out with brand new bespoke warm-up gear thanks to a sponsored hike from our Premier League Works employability students.Read more
Stags are set to launch their new blind football team, Mansfield Town Blind FC, which aims to provide more opportunities for visually impaired people to get involved in the sport.Read more
Using West Bromwich Albion's rich history of diversity and showcasing the incredible story of 'The Three Degrees', the Our Albion programme is celebrating its first birthday of teaching children about identity.Read more
Arsenal and Nigeria legend Nwankwo Kanu has announced a one-off legends game for charity, with Sol Campbell, Lauren and Robert Pirès among the first wave of ex-pros to be confirmed for the star-studded match.Read more
Young disabled Wigan Athletic supporters are set to benefit from having their own pre-match space at the DW Stadium thanks to a grant of £18,350 from the Premier League Fans Fund.Read more
Oldham Athletic Community Trust are offering a matchday sensory pack to supporters with disabilities for the club’s home games at Boundary Park.Read more