Kick It Out and The Football Association have today launched a new joint action plan to proactively tackle incidents of discrimination and serious misconduct in grassroots football.
A delegation of German clubs visited London this week to learn more about the way English football is tackling antisemitism.
When discrimination happens, our fan education programme helps the people involved see why it must stop.
Kick It Out chair Sanjay Bhandari outlines below what difference the Online Safety Act will make to football and what will happen next following Royal Assent.
Sky has announced today that it will be extending its partnership with Kick It Out, pledging an additional £1 million investment over the next year in a mix of cash and Value in Kind support.
We are delighted to announce a new partnership with PGMOL, which will see PGMOL staff and match officials granted access to educational sessions across the year via our online platform, The Academy.
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.