Kick It Out will be hosting their Raise Your Game National Conference at Emirates Stadium on Thursday, April 27. Hundreds of young people from under-represented and minority communities will be visiting for the key event in Kick It Out’s mentoring programme. The conference gives young people a chance to hear …Read More »
Premier League & Kick It Out launch South Asian Action Plan!
The Premier League has launched the South Asian Action Plan alongside Kick It Out, to help address the underrepresentation of British South Asian players within the Academy system. The new initiative will support one of the key commitments of the League’s ongoing No Room For Racism Action Plan, to enhance …Read More »
Joint statement from English football on anti-discrimination!
The FA, Premier League, English Football League, FA Women’s Super League, FA Women’s Championship, PFA, LMA, FSA, PGMOL and Kick it Out will collectively support all players, managers and individuals who wish to take the knee ahead of matches this season. Since last June, many players have chosen to perform this simple …Read More »
Premier League joins call for further action against racism!
Led by English football, on the weekend of Friday, April 30 to Monday, May 3, sport united across the world to call on social media companies to do more to stop online abuse. Now the pressure is on social media companies to respond to the change we want to see …Read More »
Joint English Football statement on Online Safety Bill!
English football welcomes the announcement of the Online Safety Bill in today’s Queen’s Speech and we are calling for it to be enacted in legislation as soon as possible. Social media companies must be held to account for protecting their users. It is therefore vital that any legislative and regulatory …Read More »
English football to boycott social media this weekend!
Social media companies must do more to stop online abuse. That is why this weekend, the Premier League and our clubs will join other leagues, governing bodies and organisations across English football and wider sport to boycott social media and demand change. The Premier League and our clubs will switch …Read More »
English football announces social media boycott!
The FA, Premier League, EFL, FA Women’s Super League, FA Women’s Championship, PFA, LMA, PGMOL, Kick It Out, Women in Football and the FSA will unite for a social media boycott from 15:00 BST on Friday, April 30 to 23:59 BST on Monday, May 3, in response to the ongoing …Read More »
Kick It Out present their new three-year strategy!
Kick It Out have unveiled a new three-year strategy, which will run until 2024, as part of their ambition to drive positive and inclusive change in football. At Kick It Out, they serve under-represented and minority communities in football, supporting them in every area of the game – from grassroots …Read More »
Kick It Out honoured by The FA with historic footage!
The FA honoured Kick It Out’s 25th anniversary by broadcasting the first 25 seconds of last month’s international friendly between England and Switzerland in black and white. Viewers tuning into the live coverage on Sky Sports saw the teams enter the pitch in black and white, before the footage switched …Read More »