The Sussex County FA is committed to tackling discrimination and harassment, whether by reason of ethnic origin, colour, race, nationality, religion or belief, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, disability, age, pregnancy, maternity, marital or civil partnership status. Tackling these issues as well as reducing socio-economic inequalities within the game, is a commitment of the Association in delivering its stated aim, ‘Football for all’.

Football for all
Football for all is about recognising that inequalities do exist, taking actions to address this and providing opportunities where few exist. The Sussex County FA want to use the power of football for good, bringing people together and enabling everybody to enjoy the ‘beautiful game’.
Find out more about Sussex County FA's approach to equality

Reporting Discrimination
Nobody should be subjected to discrimination, if you have been the victim of or if you have witnessed discriminatory behaviour, the Sussex County FA encourage you to report it so that action can be taken. Your help is needed to bring about change so please REPORT DISCRIMINATION.
Find out how to report acts of discrimination or discriminatory abuse in football

More Information
For further advice and guidance visit:
• Race Equality in Football
• Faith in Football
• Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Football
• Mental Health in Football
• Women and Girls Football
Disability Football
Football v Homophobia

Want to know more?
To discuss issues of discrimination in football or for further information about women's and girls' football, disability football or other equality issues please contact Football Services:

Football Services
T: 01903 753547
E: Info@SussexFA.com

Kick It Out
Tackling Discrimination
FA Report Abuse
Football .v. Homophobia