As part of Kick It Out's increased efforts to spreads its message in the amateur game, the organisation is encouraging as many grassroots leagues as possible to support the fight for equality in football.


What is it?

Our popular Equality Charter has now been expanded so that Leagues at a grassroots level can sign up and make a promise to promote equality and inclusion. 

In return, Kick It Out will support clubs with a range of discounts on Kick It Out merchandise as well as support and tailored advice from our expert teams.

How to apply

To become an official Kick It Out Grassroots Equality Chartered League, you must sign up to the organisation’s new Equality Charter

The document must first be sent to Kick It Out's Grassroots Manager, Tajean Hutton, on [email protected], who will then confirm whether your application has been successful.

Once confirmed, the document must be publicised on your website and social media channels.

Benefits

In return, the League will be sent Kick It Out’s digital assets – our logo, social media graphics and programme adverts.

Your league will also benefit from a closer relationships with:

  • Kick It Out's Grassroots Team, who can offer tailored advice as to how you can better develop your league in alignment with diversity and inclusion requirements. Deliver equality workshops to League officials.
  • Kick It Out's Reporting Team, who can support anyone in your league who has suffered discrimination in football, as well assist in taking up the case with the relevant authorities.

In addition, you have the opportunity to purchase merchandise from the Kick It Out's online shop at a discounted rate, including:

  • £32 for a 7.5 ft x 5.5 ft flag, printed with the Kick It Out logo
  • £5 for a pack of 5 Kick It Out bibs
  • 20% off the following Kick It Out branded items:
    • T-shirts
    • Stickers
    • Button Badges
    • Wristbands

Download the Equality Charter League application form. 

If you need further information, please contact Kick It Out's Grassroots Manager, Tajean Hutton, by emailing [email protected]