Colour blindness can affect anyone involved in football, from players to spectators and match officials, but despite being one of the world’s most common genetic conditions the implications often remain under recognised and poorly understood.
Kick It Out’s Impact Report - released on the organisation’s 30th Anniversary - shows that football has become safer, more inclusive, and more welcoming over the past three decades, but that the vast majority of fans still believe more needs to be done to combat discrimination.
We have received a record 1,007 reports of discriminatory behaviour in the 2022-23 season, new figures released today show.
Growing up, Sam Picton didn’t see himself working in football but has found that the industry has become more LGBTQ+ inclusive than he expected.
The arrival of the Empire Windrush in June 1948 changed football in Britain forever.
Raise Your Game was back after a four-year break, and the energy in the room was stronger than ever as hundreds of delegates and mentors met at Emirates Stadium.
There are many ways to measure football’s increased awareness of Ramadan, but an unexpected example came up in one of the 60 workshops Nujum Sports delivered over the last two months, as founder Ebadur Rahman explains.
Reporting hateful and abusive behaviour in football could make our streets a little safer and even prevent further tragedies, writes our CEO Tony Burnett. Warning: this article contains explicit content.