Since its inception, the Fans For Diversity campaign has funded hundreds of events and initiatives.
Below, you can see the latest examples of work that the Fans For Diversity Fund has supported.
The Fans For Diversity campaign is seeking 12 volunteers who are passionate about diversity and what it is to be a football fan to join the Fans For Diversity Guidance Group.Read more
Fans For Diversity FC, the team started the campaign run in partnership between Kick It Out and the Football Supporters’ Federation, once again featured in the annual Charlton v Homophobia tournament.Read more
Fans For Diversity hosted a fans forum at Bristol Rovers' Memorial Stadium involving club staff, first-team players, supporters, the local community and representatives from Kick It Out.Read more
The Fans For Diversity campaign has released a four-part mini-documentary series featuring four supporters groups across the country to highlight the diversity of fanbases in English football.Read more
The Fans For Diversity campaign hosted a series of high-profile fans forums and engagement events in partnership with professional clubs and supporters groups last month.Read more
Fans For Diversity looked back on another hugely successful 12 months by launching its 2017 report in Parliament on Wednesday (24 January).Read more
National League rivals Leyton Orient and Dagenham and Redbridge both supported the Fans For Diversity campaign as both clubs played each other twice over the festive period.Read more
The Fans For Diversity Hub will host groups from Leyton Orient and Dagenham and Redbridge as part of a festive collaboration between the two clubs during their fixtures on Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.Read more
The Fans For Diversity campaign supported the official launch of the Punjabi Spurs Supporters Group ahead of Tottenham Hotspur’s fixture dedicated to Kick It Out on Saturday 14 October.Read more
The Fans For Diversity campaign will help support Leyton Orient Trust with its work alongside Alzheimer’s Society, Dementia Action Alliance on Mental Health Awareness Day at Leyton Orient Football Club.Read more
The following Fans For Diversity campaign blog was first published on the website of the Football Supporters' Federation, who run it in partnership with Kick It Out.Read more
Seven clubs dedicated their Non League Day fixtures to recognise the work of the Fans For Diversity campaign, run in partnership between Kick It Out and the Football Supporters’ Federation.Read more