Generic playing image from the 2017 Manchester FA Community Day at AFC Urmston Meadowside.

Help Keep Our Game Safe

As part of our commitment to safeguarding we have produced a useful guide for you.

Every child or vulnerable person who plays or participates in football should be able to take part in a enjoyable and safe environment and be protected from abuse. This is the responsibility of every adult involved in football.

Manchester FA have produced the following leaflet and poster to provide our grassroots community with the knowledge and confidence to recognise abuse and know how to report it.

We have printed the leaflets and poster (in A3 format) for our members. All Child Welfare Officers and Coaches will receive these via their clubs and leagues over the coming weeks and by the start of the 2018/19 season we will ensure every parent and child in our grassroots community has access to the leaflet.

Please contact Lauren.McCorry@ManchesterFA.com if you wish to collect these from our offices or have them delivered to you by a member of our staff.

Lauren McCorry
Since I joined Manchester FA my main aim has been to provide our grassroots community with the relevant information to safeguard our young players and referees that is in a useful format.
- Lauren McCorry, Designated Safeguarding Officer HELP KEEP OUR GAME SAFE

To speak to somebody at Manchester FA, contact:

Lauren McCorry
Designated Safeguarding Officer

or

Janette White
Safeguarding Support Administrator

Safeguarding@ManchesterFA.com
0161 225 1966

The offices at the Manchester Tennis & Football Centre are open Monday-Friday (8am-8pm) and Saturdays (9am-2pm).